ChiPy __Main__ Meeting


Come join us in person for our monthly __main__ meeting.

Food and beverages will be provided before/during the talks. Our talks kick off promptly at 6:30.

When: May 9, 2024, 6 p.m.

Where: N/A

RSVPs

Registration for this event will close on Wednesday May 8 at 11:59 p.m.

Attendance:
In Person Pythonistas: 17

Topics


  • What to do at PyCon?
    By: Raymond Berg
    Experience Level: Novice
    Length: 10 Minutes
    Description:

    First time at PyCon? Not sure what to do while you are there? How do you network? Will it hurt?

    All your questions about about America's biggest Python conference will be answered in a way that will probably help anyone at any conference.

  • Shipping ChiPy: Running ChiPy.org on a Kubernetes Cluster
    By: Joe Jasinski
    Experience Level: Intermediate
    Length: 45 Minutes
    Description:

    Join us for an insightful talk where we delve into Kubernetes, the industry-standard deployment technology. Experience firsthand the deployment of a Python application as we transform the chipy.org website to operate on Kubernetes. Explore essential concepts including Nodes, Deployments, Jobs, Services, Ingress, PV/PVCs, Operators, ServiceAccounts, ConfigMaps, Secrets, and more!

  • Understanding Unicode
    By: Evan Hahn
    Experience Level: Intermediate
    Length: 20 Minutes
    Description:

    The farmer emoji (👩🏾‍🌾) is a bit of a mystery.

    In Python, its length is 4.

    Same in Ruby. In JavaScript, its length is 7. It's 15 in Go and 12 in Java. There's just one character here...shouldn't they all have the same length: 1?

    To understand this madness, you need to understand a little about Unicode. Many developers, myself included, get intimidated by Unicode. What's "UTF-8"? What's a "code point"? What does "U+1F937" mean?

    In this talk, I'll try to answer these questions so that the next time someone gets confused by the length of the farmer emoji, you can help.