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Project Night at Okta
On Feb 21, SF Python is joining forces with PyLadies and bringing its Project Night to Okta. It's going to be an evening with about ~ 150 Python devs getting your questions answered, sharing your knowledge, hacking and taking tutorials. We are excited that Okta's office can accommodate a lot of devs hacking and getting mentored in addition to the main tutorial space! Please register via ti.to instead of meetup.com https://ti.to/sf-python/ProjectNightAtOkta If you are interested in becoming a mentor for this or future meetups, please reach out to the leadership team. If you'd like to offer a tutorial, please provide the info here: https://goo.gl/forms/iUXFaTSqmDWfz1rI2 If you'd like to lead a discussion on some pet project you've been working on or invite others to hack on your project, please add that to the comments on this meetup page. (no recruiting or straight up product pitches please) Until we meet, please help us thank our venue host Okta for providing food and drinks for this event. Those without a ti.to registration will be asked to register onsite and be admitted after 6:45pm if we have not met our venue's capacity limit. Who should attend? • New to Python and want to work with other Pythonistas • Experienced devs who want to hack on your work, personal or open-source projects • Experienced devs who want to mentor others • Anyone that's interested in our tutorial offerings The plan: 6:00p Begin check-in 6:50p Introductions: tell us about your project and/or the kind of help you seek 7:00p Make yourself comfortable and start hacking, or attend one of the tutorials 7:30p Door Close 9:00p Wrap up / Hard Stop Tutorials offered: Your First Hands-On Machine Learning Workshop using TensorFlow by Chris Magistrado Intended audience: Intermediate Level Whether you have never played with any data science or have been using numpy and/or pandas for years, come learn how you can leverage Google's TensorFlow in any and all of your projects! This course does not require any previous knowledge of higher levels of maths such as Calculus or Linear Algebra. Data will be provided and we will get to create Neural Networks for Regression and Classification. If these terms are unfamiliar to you, then this course is for you! Instructor Bio: Chris Magistrado is a co-founder of The Hacking Club @ San Francisco State University, and has been a speaker at international Security conferences such as ESC Camp in Italy and SHA 2017 in the Netherlands. I love Reverse Engineering, Malware Analysis, Cryptocurrencies, and sharing everyone I know with the communities I love! https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmagistrado/ Here's a video of what will be needed for the Workshop. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GNH1Tc0wVJgJA6kQ_kGB4lJ9rMm8SJYp Here are the materials: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zf19xq_RzvNU5Vc848m04x6whe9rnNIA If you're using a Mac, you may need this. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Dz8j4RYr_PlCFUi1svzHFHbIuJVtt7Ja *CHECK-IN PROCESS* • Doors open at 6:00pm. Please wait outside without blocking the building entrance. Security will check ID and stop admitting guests at 7:30p. • Wait-listed folks or those without a tito registration will be admitted after 6:45pm if we have not met our venue's capacity limit. Hope to see you there! **SF Python is run by volunteers aiming to foster the Python Community in the bay area. Please consider making a donation (https://secure.meetup.com/sfpython/contribute/)to SF Python and saying a big thank you to Okta for providing food, drinks, and the venue for this Wed's meetup.

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SF Python is your opportunity to grow your technical career by learning and sharing what you know with other local Python developers!

Organized by a handful of volunteers with the help of some faithful sponsors and your generous donations, we host:

2 monthly meetups (http://sfpythonmeetup.com/)

- Presentation Night on the 2nd Wednesday of each month features intermediate to advanced level tech talks from Python Software Foundation members, core developers of open-source projects, and local software engineers.

- Project Night on the 3rd Wednesday of most months offers a chill evening to hack on projects, get questions answered, mentor other devs, or attend a tutorial. It's usually held at various companies in SF so you get to sample how different companies are using Python.

PyBay, a yearly regional Python Conference (http://pybay.com/)

PyBay is the local version of PyCon. You can save on travel costs and still have an experience of the conference that serious python developers aspire to attend. PyBay is a 3-day weekend conference in August featuring 40 talks and 400+ attendees.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKMUUiioi5g

An annual holiday party (http://bayareapython.com/)

We think you'd agree that if you have been coming to SF Python's events, you have been advancing in your field. So come celebrate the year with us. We will listen to more amazing speakers while enjoying great food and drinks. Who knows, if we continue to get lucky, we will have more amazing entertainers to help us celebrate the year.

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We believe there is power in in-person interactions. We believe in learning, sharing, and helping each other out. And we have seen the results. We have heard stories of people getting their problems solved because of the talks and the people they met at our events. We have witnessed people grow in their career, from receiving their first internship to landing their first speaking gig at conferences. We have even heard companies migrating to a different platform/technologies after attending our conference.

We look forward to your joining this awesome community - be it attending our events, giving a talk (https://goo.gl/forms/jOWUwI2R2ENvzCIr1), being a sponsor or supporting us financially!

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