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Thanks to Zeeto for hosting! The event is in the first floor "Questionable Exchange". Cloudflare's Developer Relations will provide pizza! AGENDA We will be doing 5 minute lightning talks If you are interested in giving a talk, please post in the comments or get in touch with Diane (https://www.meetup.com/pythonsd/members/9220987/). Currently Scheduled talks: Russel Brandt - Develop interactive data-visualization apps with bokeh Philip Khoury - Bayesian Inference: what is it? Alain Domissey - TBD Trey Hunner - PyCon 2018 Eric Lendvai - How to start with flask PARKING There is limited parking dedicated to Zeeto where SD Python people can park after 6p. It is behind Jiffy Lube at 11th & B. See the picture for details. In addition, any metered spot, green loading zone or yellow commercial loading zone is fair game (without paying) after 6p unless otherwise noted on street signs. ANNOUNCEMENTS We want your feedback improving San Diego Python! Post it here (https://goo.gl/forms/NmfGY4ReTTPms9cw1). San Diego Python has a code of conduct (http://www.pythonsd.org/pages/code-of-conduct.html). • What to bring • Important to know

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Are you a Python or Django developer? Are you interested in meeting other developers? Join the San Diego Python Users Group meetup! All skill levels are welcome.

Always check this meetup page for the latest schedule of our regular events such as:

• Our regular monthly meetup which meets on the fourth Thursday of the month (except in November and December) and features announcements, speakers and talks as well as an optional social session afterward

• The Saturday study group where developers of all skill levels meet every Saturday afternoon to discuss Python in a collaborative environment

• Periodic workshops

For more information, see our website at http://pythonsd.org . We're on Twitter at @sandiegopython and there's always folks in our IRC channel at #sandiegopython on freenode.

We strive to create a welcoming, friendly, and respectful environment for all. Before participating in one of our events, please read and understand our code of conduct (http://pythonsd.org/coc).

We are always looking for volunteers to help with meetups and workshops. If you would like to help financially, the Python Software Foundation accepts donations (https://psfmember.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=9) on our behalf.

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