• Code and Learn Together at Python Adelaide Coder Club (bring your laptop)

    💻 What we'll do Python Adelaide Coder Club is back! This is a great chance to work on projects, discuss technology and learn about other people's work. Doors will open at 5pm (provided you don't mind helping us set up tables), we'll kick off with a short "standup" around 6, and we'll work until around 8pm then have pizza provided by Cloudflare as a group. Please bring your laptop, else you will find yourself at a loss for activities. Fear not, you don't need to be a "11/10 full stack ninja hax0r" to attend! We have many people who are there to learn Python, new frameworks, and to connect with our positive community. We want to encourage all levels of skill to attend this workshop. You do need to bring your own ideas and projects, because this is a working group where we are all doing self-directed tasks. You could work on a software project, explore through a tutorial to learn something new, experiment with a new tool or technique, start building your startup idea, or even start writing a talk for next month's Python Adelaide Tech Talks! Anything that you'd benefit from working on while in a room of Python software developers, systems administrators, scientists, engineers, teachers, students, hobbyists, tinkerers, and all kinds of other people that use the Python programming language. At 6pm, we'll kick off the evening with an agile style stand up, where we all share what we are working on. After some hours of work and fun we'll have a shared pizza order provided by Cloudflare 🍕. Let's pool our resources and talent and have fun while building cool stuff. Bring your laptop, your own projects and community spirit. 🎒 What to bring Bring your laptop, and a project to work on. Make sure you also bring your power brick, and fully charge your battery too. ℹ️ Important to know Python Adelaide has a Code of Conduct that we expect all attendees to observe, located at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ This is an all-ages event! Unfortunately younger children will need to be accompanied as we can't take legal responsibility for them. Our venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps or tight corners, and there is a baby change room available for parents, as well as a microwave and fridge.

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  • Python Adelaide Social Night

    San Giorgio Ristorante

    ⚠️ RSVPs close Monday 25th! • What we'll do We're working on bringing Python Adelaide Tech Talks and Python Adelaide Coder Club back soon! To keep the community in touch, though, this month we're going to get together at a city restaurant, where we can chat about Python and what's in store for Python Adelaide. We'll meet at San Giorgio's. If you have special dietary or access requirements, please let us know so we can ensure they can accommodate you. We'll contact everyone that's RSVPed on Tuesday to double check that you're attending, so that we don't end up booking a larger table than we end up needing. • Important to know As always, the Python Adelaide Code of Conduct https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ applies at this event. Unfortunately, this will be a pay-your-own-way event this month. We'll be back to our regular schedule with sponsored food next year!

  • Python Adelaide Social Night

    Needs a location

    ⚠️ RSVPs close Tuesday 27th! • What we'll do Python Adelaide Tech Talks and Python Adelaide Coder Club will be back in 2019! To keep the ball rolling and the community in touch, though, this month we're going to get together at a city restaurant. The restaurant is TBD, but will be priced on par with or cheaper than San Giorgio's. If you have special dietary or access requirements, please let us know so we can ensure the restaurant we select accommodates you. • Important to know As always, the Python Adelaide Code of Conduct https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ applies at this event. Unfortunately, this will be a pay-your-own-way event this month. We'll be back to our regular schedule with sponsored food next year!

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  • Code and Learn Together at Python Adelaide Coder Club (bring your laptop)

    💻 What we'll do Python Adelaide Coder Club is back! This is a great chance to work on projects, discuss technology and learn about other people's work. Doors will open at 5pm (provided you don't mind helping us set up tables), we'll kick off with a short "standup" around 6, and we'll work until around 8pm then have pizza provided by Cloudflare as a group. Please bring your laptop, else you will find yourself at a loss for activities. Fear not, you don't need to be a "11/10 full stack ninja hax0r" to attend! We have many people who are there to learn Python, new frameworks, and to connect with our positive community. We want to encourage all levels of skill to attend this workshop. You do need to bring your own ideas and projects, because this is a working group where we are all doing self-directed tasks. You could work on a software project, explore through a tutorial to learn something new, experiment with a new tool or technique, start building your startup idea, or even start writing a talk for next month's Python Adelaide Tech Talks! Anything that you'd benefit from working on while in a room of Python software developers, systems administrators, scientists, engineers, teachers, students, hobbyists, tinkerers, and all kinds of other people that use the Python programming language. At 6pm, we'll kick off the evening with an agile style stand up, where we all share what we are working on. After some hours of work and fun we'll have a shared pizza order provided by Cloudflare 🍕. Let's pool our resources and talent and have fun while building cool stuff. Bring your laptop, your own projects and community spirit. 🎒 What to bring Bring your laptop, and a project to work on. Make sure you also bring your power brick, and fully charge your battery too. ℹ️ Important to know Python Adelaide has a Code of Conduct that we expect all attendees to observe, located at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ This is an all-ages event! Unfortunately younger children will need to be accompanied as we can't take legal responsibility for them. Our venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps or tight corners, and there is a baby change room available for parents, as well as a microwave and fridge.

  • from brisbane import speakers: Python Adelaide in September

    Minor Works Building

    • What we'll do Doors open 6pm, talks start 7pm. This month Python Adelaide Tech Talks is back, with a guest speaker from sunny Brisbane. Deconstructed Python - served with a side of nuts William Brown Python internals seem like a black box to many of us... but anything made by a human, must be able to be understood by a human. Let's deconstruct some concepts within python, and explore how they are built and why they exist. William is a core team member of 389 Directory Server, an LDAP server used worldwide from small businesses up to cloud scale services to support their authentication. He has extensive experience with security sensitive, multi threaded C, and designing human friendly, accessible python. When not staring at a computer, William's hobbies include shooting people on sticks with his camera, and juggling people on a judo mat. 🍕 Pizza will be provided afterwards, courtesy of Cloudflare! Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when you RSVP. As always, if you're interested in presenting in a future Python Adelaide session please let us know! 🅿️ Free street car parking on Sturt St (closest) and Wright St. 🚋 Short walk from the City South tram stop. ♿️ Wheelchair-accessible venue, with disability permit parking spaces right outside on Sturt St, and no inclines or tight corners getting into the building. This month we're on the ground floor, too! 👶 Baby change facilities available. • What to bring Just bring yourselves! You may want to bring a laptop, tablet or pen and paper if you'd like to take notes. • Important to know As always, the Code of Conduct found at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ applies at this event.

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  • Code and Learn Together at Python Adelaide Coder Club (bring your laptop)

    💻 What we'll do Python Adelaide Coder Club is back! This is a great chance to work on projects, discuss technology and learn about other people's work. Doors will open at 5pm (provided you don't mind helping us set up tables), we'll kick off with a short "standup" around 6, and we'll work until around 9pm then have pizza provided by Cloudflare as a group. Please bring your laptop, else you will find yourself at a loss for activities. Fear not, you don't need to be a "11/10 full stack ninja hax0r" to attend! We have many people who are there to learn Python, new frameworks, and to connect with our positive community. We want to encourage all levels of skill to attend this workshop. You do need to bring your own ideas and projects, because this is a working group where we are all doing self-directed tasks. You could work on a software project, explore through a tutorial to learn something new, experiment with a new tool or technique, start building your startup idea, or even start writing a talk for next month's Python Adelaide Tech Talks! Anything that you'd benefit from working on while in a room of Python software developers, systems administrators, scientists, engineers, teachers, students, hobbyists, tinkerers, and all kinds of other people that use the Python programming language. At 6pm, we'll kick off the evening with an agile style stand up, where we all share what we are working on. After some hours of work and fun we'll have a shared pizza order provided by Cloudflare 🍕. Let's pool our resources and talent and have fun while building cool stuff. Bring your laptop, your own projects and community spirit. 🎒 What to bring Bring your laptop, and a project to work on. Make sure you also bring your power brick, and fully charge your battery too. ℹ️ Important to know Python Adelaide has a Code of Conduct that we expect all attendees to observe, located at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ This is an all-ages event! Unfortunately younger children will need to be accompanied as we can't take legal responsibility for them. Our venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps or tight corners, and there is a baby change room available for parents, as well as a microwave and fridge.

  • Code and Learn Together at Python Adelaide Coder Club (bring your laptop)

    • What we'll do Python Adelaide Coder Club is back! This is a great chance to work on projects, discuss technology and learn about other people's work. Doors will open at 5pm (provided you don't mind helping us set up tables), we'll kick off with a short "standup" around 6, and we'll work until around 9pm then have pizza provided by Cloudflare as a group. Please bring your laptop, else you will find yourself at a loss for activities. Fear not, you don't need to be a "11/10 full stack ninja hax0r" to attend! We have many people who are there to learn Python, new frameworks, and to connect with our positive community. We want to encourage all levels of skill to attend this workshop. You do need to bring your own ideas and projects, because this is a working group where we are all doing self-directed tasks. You could work on a software project, explore through a tutorial to learn something new, experiment with a new tool or technique, start building your startup idea, or even start writing a talk for next month's Python Adelaide Tech Talks! Anything that you'd benefit from working on while in a room of Python software developers, systems administrators, scientists, engineers, teachers, students, hobbyists, tinkerers, and all kinds of other people that use the Python programming language. At 6pm, we'll kick off the evening with an agile style stand up, where we all share what we are working on. After some hours of work and fun we'll have a shared pizza order provided by Cloudflare 🍕. Let's pool our resources and talent and have fun while building cool stuff. Bring your laptop, your own projects and community spirit. • What to bring Bring your laptop, and a project to work on. Make sure you also bring your power brick, and fully charge your battery too. • Important to know Python Adelaide has a Code of Conduct that we expect all attendees to observe, located at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ This is an all-ages event! Unfortunately younger children will need to be accompanied as we can't take legal responsibility for them. Our venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps or tight corners, and there is a baby change room available for parents, as well as a microwave and fridge.

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  • How not to write Python & MicroPython on FPGAs: Python Adelaide's 1st birthday!

    • What we'll do This month we're meeting on a once-off Thursday night for two reasons: to dodge the Anzac Day public holiday which this month falls on our regular meeting day, and to celebrate the 1-year anniversary of Python Adelaide's first meetup! Doors open at 6:30pm, talks start at 7:00pm. MicroPython on FPGAs Joel Stanley How not to write Python Andrew Jeffery Python's flexibility, features and performance have lead me to write code that I regret. In the talk I'll explore what some of these issues are and how they can be avoided, from abuse of language features, through surprising language behaviour, to performance of applications. 🍕 Pizza will be provided afterwards, courtesy of Cloudflare! Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when you RSVP. As always, if you're interested in presenting in a future Python Adelaide session please let us know! 🅿️ Free street car parking on Sturt St (closest) and Wright St. 🚋 Short walk from the City South tram stop. ♿️ Wheelchair-accessible venue, with disability permit parking spaces right outside on Sturt St. Attendees with access requirements should note that unfortunately this month we are in the upstairs part of the building; there is an elevator but it is very small. 👶 Baby change facilities available. • What to bring Just bring yourselves! You may want to bring a laptop, tablet or pen and paper if you'd like to take notes. • Important to know As always, the Code of Conduct found at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ applies at this event.

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  • Python Adelaide Social Night

    San Giorgio's Pizza

    ⚠️ RSVPs close 11am Wednesday! • What we'll do Unfortunately we haven't been able to run a regular Python Adelaide session for this month. Python Adelaide Tech Talks will be back for Python Adelaide's 1-year anniversary in April, with another Python Adelaide Coder Club session to follow in May! To keep the ball rolling and the community in touch, though, this month we're going to get together at a city restaurant. The plan is to meet at San Giorgio's, but if we can't get a booking there we'll find somewhere else in the city that's equivalent cost or cheaper, and meets everybody's dietary and access requirements. (We may also need to change restaurants if we have attendees that have requirements San Giorgio's can't cater for.) • What to bring • Important to know As always, the Python Adelaide Code of Conduct https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ applies at this event. Unfortunately, this will be a pay-your-own-way event this month. We'll be back to our regular schedule with food provided by CloudFlare next month!

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  • Code and Learn Together at Python Adelaide Coder Club (bring your laptop)

    • What we'll do This month, Python Adelaide is trying something new. Instead of our usual talk format, we're hosting the first ever instalment of the Python Adelaide Coder Club! This is a great chance to work on projects, discuss technology and learn about other people's work. Doors will open at 5pm, and we'll work until around 9pm and get dinner as a group. Please bring your laptop, else you will find yourself at a loss for activities. Fear not, you don't need to be a "11/10 full stack ninja hax0r" to attend! We have many people who are there to learn Python, new frameworks, and to connect with our positive community. We want to encourage all levels of skill to attend this workshop. You do need to bring your own ideas and projects, because this is a working group where we are all doing self-directed tasks. You could work on a software project, explore through a tutorial to learn something new, experiment with a new tool or technique, start building your startup idea, or even start writing a talk for next month's Python Adelaide! Anything that you'd benefit from working on while in a room of Python software developers, systems administrators, scientists, engineers, teachers, students, hobbyists, tinkerers, and all kinds of other people that use the Python programming language. At 6pm, we'll kick off the evening with an agile style stand up, where we all share what we are working on. After some hours of work and fun we'll then figure out what we're having for dinner. Let's pool our resources and talent and have fun while building cool stuff. Bring your laptop, your own projects and community spirit. • What to bring Bring your laptop, and a project to work on. Make sure you also bring your power brick, and fully charge your battery too. • Important to know Python Adelaide has a Code of Conduct that we expect all attendees to observe, located at https://pythonadelai.de/conduct/ This is an all-ages event! Unfortunately younger children will need to be accompanied as we can't take legal responsibility for them. Our venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps or tight corners, and there is a baby change room available for parents, as well as a microwave and fridge.

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