Python Project Night


ChiPy’s Project Night is an open event for anyone/everyone interested in working on Python projects with others, regardless of level of programming experience, and in a safe environment (see our code of conduct at http://www.chipy.org/pages/conduct/). Braintree now requires all attendees to RSVP at least 24 hours before the time of the event, WITH THEIR FULL NAME, for building security reasons. The RSVP requirements cannot be waived at the door by the hosts. You also need to provide a photoid with matching first and last name to be produced while entering the venue. If you are not able to RSVP properly in time, we look forward to seeing you at the next event. More details about the event on the meetup page.

When: Jan. 17, 2019, 6 p.m.

Where: Braintree

Directions:

Go to the elevators in the middle of the building between the two security desks, and take them to the 8th floor. If building security asks you where you're going just tell them Braintree. The elevators will let you off right in the Braintree lobby.

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Go to the elevators in the middle of the building between the two security desks, and take them to the 8th floor. If building security asks you where you're going just tell them Braintree. The elevators will let you off right in the Braintree lobby.

This event is no longer accepting registrations.

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Topics


  • Projects
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    This is an open space to collaborate with others, ask questions, or help someone else if there's a question you can answer! No problem is too big or too small. If you're working on a personal project and looking for some Python help, or you want to join forces with someone who's working on an interesting idea, this option is for you.
  • Challenge
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    Challenges are fun, hands-on coding exercises covering a variety of topics -- such as pure problem solving, web development, and data science (see past challenges: https://github.com/chicagopython/CodingWorkshops). Participants will be assigned to teams of four, which will then have an hour to solve the problem at hand together. Teams are designed to have diverse experience levels, giving team members equal opportunity to learn and share ideas.