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Thursday
Jul 26, 2018
PDX Python and Pyladies PDX Present Monthly Presentation Night
New Relic

Come join us for Pythonic talks!

This month:

CAN we talk Python? Talking to your vehicle over the CAN bus with Python

  • Presented by Shea Newton

The Mad Scientist Pythonista: Scientific Computing as a Career Springboard

  • Presented by Rachel Klein

Join us afterward at Bailey’s Taproom at 213 SW Broadway to continue the discussion over a beverage.

Do you have something you'd like to share? Email us ([email protected]).

Join us on our python.org mailing list (http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/portland) and on #pdxpython on Freenode. All are welcome!

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Portland Python Web Site (http://pdxpython.io/)

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Thursday
Sep 27, 2018
PDX Python and Pyladies PDX Present Monthly Presentation Night
New Relic

Come join us for Pythonic talks!

Beetle: Transforming data with open source Python by Jonathon Carothers and Robby Boney

Think Like a Panda: Lessons learned from hands-on experience with the Pandas library by Hannah Stepanek

Speaker Bios: Jonathon Carothers, is a database developer on the student team at Interject Data Systems and a computer science student at Washington State University Vancouver. He is currently working on database projects as well as client reporting software, at Interject. He also has a passion for acting, appearing in stage performances and local films.

Robby Boney, is a python developer at Interject Data Systems and a computer science student at Washington State University Vancouver (WSUV). Previously a bioinformatics programmer at WSUV, he spent 3 years studying auditory regeneration before starting work at Interject in 2018. He is also an experienced music producer who has worked on tracks for local and Hollywood based music artists.

Hannah Stepanek has been programming in python for 6 years. She used to work at Intel and now she works at a non profit startup called Hypohesis. In her free time she enjoys jumping her horse, remodeling her house, and playing board games.

Join us afterward at Bailey's Taproom 213 SW Broadway to continue the discussion over a beverage.

Do you have something you'd like to share? Email us ([email protected]).

Join us on our python.org mailing list (http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/portland) and on #pdxpython on Freenode. All are welcome!

PDX Python on Twitter (http://twitter.com/pdxpython)

Portland Python Web Site (http://pdxpython.io/)

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Thursday
Mar 28
PDX Python and Pyladies PDX Present Monthly Presentation Night
New Relic

Come join us for Pythonic talks!

This month:

  • Why use Python Type Hints? - by Neil Pilgrim

Python already has types - what are these newfangled hints you speak of? Are they trying to turn my lovely Python into an overly-verbose strict language like Java or C++? Let's explore what these new(ish) aspects of the language look like, and what benefits they can bring - if you want to use them!

  • Lessons Learned During Advent of Code 2018 by Chris Freeman postponed

About our speakers:

Neil Pilgrim built up his development skills writing scientific physics simulations in C++, but now mainly develops in Python as his language of choice. In the last year or two he has become increasingly engaged with the Open Source Zulip team-chat community after sprinting with them at PyCon 2017, which opened his eyes to the wonder and challenges that Type Hints bring to Python!

Join us afterward upstairs at Bailey's Upper Lip (213 SW Broadway) to continue our snaky discussions over a beverage.

Do you have something you'd like to share? Email us ([email protected]).

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Thursday
Apr 25
PDX Python and Pyladies PDX Present Monthly Presentation Night
Alchemy Code Lab

Come join us for Pythonic talks!

Note temporary Venue Change to Alchemy Labs. 7PM start time

This month:

  • Light Up Your Life - With Python and LEDs! by Nina Zakharenko

Python opens a whole new world of working with wearable electronics. MicroPython and CircuitPython are Python variants that can run with just 256k of storage space and 16k of RAM. Learn how to program LEDs with Python, to light up your life with code and creativity

  • Lessons Learned During Advent of Code 2018 by Chris Freeman

Advent of Code is an Advent calendar of small programming puzzles. All AoC puzzles have a solution "that complete in at most 15 seconds on ten-year-old hardware". In this talk, Chris will cover strategies and lessons learning during the 2018 AoC to reach this goal using Python.

About our speakers:

Nina Zakharenko is a Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft, focusing on Python. Before joining Microsoft, she was a Senior Software Engineer with over a decade of experience writing software for companies like Reddit, Meetup, and HBO. In her spare time, she enjoys snowboarding, hiking, and tinkering with wearable electronics from her home base in Portland, OR.

Chris is a freelance computer engineer and software developer. In his spare time, he can be found answering Python question on Treehouse Community forum.

April Venue - Alchemy Code Lab! 30 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97227

Special thanks to Alchemy for stepping up to host us this month

Please note this event opens at 6:30 and talks start at 7pm!

Join us afterwards at The Quality Bar 931 SW Oak St 97205 to continue the discussion over a beverage.

Do you have something you'd like to share? Email us ([email protected]).

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