Howdy fellow Vancouver Pythonistas! 👋🐍
After a hiatus, we have a VanPy meetup to kick off 2019! 🎆
For the first meet up of the year we will be hosting two Python talks.
When: Tuesday, Jan 29th @6pm
Where: 401 West Georgia, Vancouver, BC #600.
Talks start at 6:30 pm. Please make sure to arrive on time 🙂
🔔 NOTE 🔔: Just a reminder, due to the overwhelming RSVPs, we currently have a space booked that can accommodate for ~100 attendees. Hence, if you are unable to attend please update your attendance status accordingly 👍
🔊 Talks for the evening 🔊
🔉 Adrien Emery - “Building Robots with Python” (30 min - Demonstrative Talk)
⚡ Jesse Sherlock - “Steal from the best: interceptors and functional lenses” (5 min - Lightning Talk)
🔉 Adam Parkin - “Building a Basic AWS Lambda Function Without Frameworks” (30 min - Demonstrative Talk)
📜 Schedule 📜
- 6:00 pm - Doors are open, feel free to socialise 🤝 🗣️🤗
- 6:30 pm - ▶️ 1st Talk
- 7:00 pm - ⚡ Lightning Talk
- 7:10 pm - ▶️ 2nd Talk
- 7:40 pm - 📣 Announcements
- ~8:00 pm - Off to a nearby pub/restaurant for food and drinks 🍽️🍻
Please be aware that we follow a Code of Conduct
By attending the meetup you agree to act and behave accordingly.
🙏 Sponsors For The Night 🙏
🏛️ Venue Sponsor
DevHub - https://www.devhub.ca/vancouver
Devhub is Canada’s first full-out community space for developers of all levels.
A place where members can work, learn, and teach, whether they’ve been coding for two decades or ten weeks. It’s a space that connects developers with community, mentorship, and a unique co-working environment, all programmed for their needs and growth.
📣 Announcements 📣
🙏 Future Sponsors
Please email [masked] to chat about ways to connect with the VanPy community.
🏛️ Potential Venues
We're always looking for easily accessible locations with a presentation space to seat[masked] people. Want to show off your office? Email [masked] to talk about hosting opportunities.
We hope you can join us and look forward to meeting Y'all in 2019 🙂
- Feel free to join us on slack: http://bit.ly/join-pyvr-slack
- You can also follow us on Twitter @vancouverpython https://twitter.com/vancouverpython