When: Sept. 10, 2015, 7 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.

Merchandise Mart 222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza 8th Floor Chicago, IL 60654
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.

Topics


  • ChiPy Mentorship Oct-Dec 2015
    (0:07:00 Minutes)
    By: Tathagata
    The wait is over! ChiPy's Mentorship program returns for the third time. We learned a lot from the previous two mentorship program and will do things a bit differently this time. This will be a quick overview how we are going to conduct the ChiPy's Python mentorship program.
  • Why You Can't Sit With Us - Understanding Network Analysis in Python With Mean Girls
    (0:40:00 Minutes)
    By: Richard Harris
    Network analysis is a handy tool used to understand group dynamics, provide product recommendations, and prevent homicides (and other things). This talk will introduce the theory behind network analysis and showcase the flexibility of Python's NetworkX library. No knowledge of network analysis (or Mean Girls) is needed, but basic knowledge of Python and the iPython Notebook, will be helpful. I gave this talk last month in Columbus OH at PyOhio 2015.
  • Exploring uWSGI
    By: Chris Sinchok
    uWSGI is a very popular software package, but most Python programmers just connect it to nginx, and leave it at that. I'll be exploring some of the more advanced features of uWSGI, and how they can make your life easier.
  • Setting Up Machine learning with anaconda
    (0:20:00 Minutes)
    By: Joshua Herman
    5 min What is anaconda and how do i use it 5 min What is ipython 10 min Why machine learning is fun and how to do easy classification tasks