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Tuesday
Jun 9, 2009
Portland Pythoneers June Meetup
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

Portland Pythoneers

This month's tentative schedule:

  • Michel's Monthly Module ... email me to volunteer :)
  • Joel Bernstein will talk about screen scraping tools
  • Lightning talks!! 5 minutes of whatever pythonic-ish thing you want to share.

If you have something you'd like to share this month, please let us know!

Join us on our python.org mailing list and on #pdxpython on Freenode. All are welcome!

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Tuesday
Aug 11, 2009
Portland Pythoneers monthly meeting: Testing in a Python World, etc
Webtrends

Python Testing! New Time! New Location!

Join us for our inaugural meeting at Webtrends in downtown Portland. On the agenda for August:

Join us on our python.org mailing list and on #pdxpython on Freenode. All are welcome!

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Tuesday
Sep 8, 2009
Portland Pythoneers monthly meeting
Webtrends

Socialize with other Python programming enthusiasts, check out presentations on Pythonic topics, maybe participate in a code sprint or two, possibly work on projects and provide mutual technical support.

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Tuesday
Nov 10, 2009
Portland Pythoneers monthly meeting
through Webtrends

Chris Pitzer has claimed November's Michel's Monthly Module (most likely: subprocess), Brett Carter is putting together a presentation all about Mercurial Queues, then Jason Kirtland will highlight a few of the differences between MQ and Mercurial Patch Branches. Jason also plans to share a quick bonus lightning talk about Emacs, PyFlakes and PEP 8.

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Tuesday
Feb 9, 2010
Portland Python User Group February Meetup
Webtrends

Portland Python User Group

This month: Cool Python Tools

  • Chris Pitzer will share two toolsets: I Hate Passwords: ssh-copy-id, ssh config, and managing multiple keys Play Nice: virtualenv, pip, ipython, with a special guest appearance from ipdb

  • Chris McDonald will introduce us to bpython as a replacement for ipython, including its integration with Django and virtualenv.

  • Selena Deckelmann will share a demo of screen, entitled: "OMG! SCREEN! basics, configuration, follow-the-leader -- you will wonder how you lived without it."

  • You can bring a lightning talk about your favorite tool!

  • We still don't have a taker for the Monthly Module. Email us at [email protected] to volunteer. It's a fun and easy way to start giving talks.

Join us on our python.org mailing list and on #pdxpython on Freenode. All are welcome!

PDX Python on Twitter

Portland Python Web Site

Portland, OR 97204 - USA

Tuesday, February 9 at 6:30 PM

Photo: http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/5/3/4/3/event_7161315.jpeg

Details: http://www.meetup.com/pdxpython/calendar/12305421/

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Tuesday
Mar 9, 2010
Portland Python User Group March Meetup
Webtrends

Portland Python User Group

This month: Cool Python Tools

  • Michel's Module of the Month (dateutil): This month, by Michel P himself! Yay!

  • Chris Pitzer will share two toolsets: I Hate Passwords: ssh-copy-id, ssh config, and managing multiple keys Play Nice: virtualenv, pip, ipython, with a special guest appearance from ipdb

  • Chris McDonald will introduce us to bpython as a replacement for ipython, including its integration with Django and virtualenv.

  • You can bring a lightning talk about your favorite tool!

Join us on our python.org mailing list and on #pdxpython on Freenode. All are welcome!

PDX Python on Twitter

Portland Python Web Site

Portland, OR 97204 - USA

Tuesday, March 9 at 6:30 PM

Photo: http://photos3.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/5/3/4/3/event_7161315.jpeg

Details: http://www.meetup.com/pdxpython/calendar/12567683/

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Thursday
Aug 23
PDX Python and Pyladies PDX Present Monthly Presentation Night
New Relic

This month:

  • Unlocking the Mysteries of Async by Allan Feldman, Senior Software Engineer at New Relic Allan works on New Relic's Python Agent Team, engineering instrumentation for a wide variety of frameworks and modules.

In this talk, Allan, will shed light on the inner workings of asynchronous Python and provide practical examples for when and how to implement it. Don't miss this one!

  • Jupyter Lab, Not just a Notebook Anymore by Helena Lucia by, Senior Software Engineer for Cox Automotive.

Helena works on at Cox Automotive on a Data Solutions team building APIs and applications to integrate and analyze subsidiary data (Kelly Blue Book, Manheim, AutoTrader, etc) primarily using Python and AWS.

In this talk, Helena will showcase Jupyter Lab, a full service IDE with a full suite of plugins and open source community. Her talk will feature a live demo of Jupyter Lab that folks can download from github afterward. Awesome!

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? Submit talk proposals here: http://bit.ly/portland-python-proposals

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All speakers and attendees must follow our code of conduct: http://www.meetup.com/pdxpython/pages/Code_of_Conduct/

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Thursday
Oct 25
PDX Python and Pyladies PDX Present Monthly Presentation Night
New Relic

Come join us for Pythonic talks!

Thanks to this month's sponsor, CloudBolt Software.

This month:

  • ETL testing with Python by Sev Leonard

ETL is the process of Extracting data from a source, Transforming it, and Loading it into storage. This process is commonly used to combine multiple data sources into data warehouses. In this talk Sev will give an overview of ETL with processes he designed for creating a data warehouse for medical data. The bulk of this talk will concern how Python and Pytest were used to test the ETL processes. This will include modeling ETL processes as objects, using test fixtures and markers for dynamic test suite generation, making tests extensible through parameterization, creating test data, and advice on navigating the pytest docs. This talk is targeted to intermediate Pythonistas interested in ETL, testing, or data magic.

Sev is a software developer and cat dad recently departed from his position at OHSU where he developed data management tools for cancer researchers and clinicians. He is coming soon to Nuna, a healthcare data and analytics startup as a Senior Software Engineer.

Looking for a job? Your friends at CloudBolt want your help developing their state of the art Cloud Management software. Built with Django and ranked as the #1 product of its kind, CloudBolt is looking for talented engineers of all kinds in inner SE Portland.

To get more information and apply: https://www.cloudbolt.io/company/careers/

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? Submit a talk proposal here: http://bit.ly/portland-python-proposals

All speakers and attendees must follow our code of conduct: http://www.meetup.com/pdxpython/pages/Code_of_Conduct/

Special thanks to New Relic for hosting!

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