ChiPy __Main__ Meeting


When: June 9, 2016, 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.

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.

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Current Attendance: 121 Pythonistas

Topics


  • JIRA + Python
    By: Jonathan Pietkiewicz
    Length: 15 Minutes
    Description: JIRA is a popular issue tracking and project management software. In this talk you will learn about JIRA and how to interact with the tool using the jira-python library. Primary topics covered will include an overview of the API, creating and modifying issues, linking issues, and searching from Python.
  • PyCon 2016 recap
    By: Jerry Dumblauskas
    Length: 15 Minutes
    Description: Let's give an overview of Pycon
  • An overview of python projects of OS X administration
    By: Ryan Manly
    Length: 20 Minutes
    Description: In this talk Ryan will give a brief overview of several python projects used by many OS X admins to provide cached update services, imaging, software deployment, and configuration management. Looking at the code in these tools can provide insight into Apple's preferences frameworks and if you are in a "DevOps" type role some of the projects discussed may help you immensely.
  • Python Hype?
    By: Brian Ray
    Length: 30 Minutes
    Description: Brian will reveal the survey results that will help shed some light on the current and future projectile of the Python programming language. Has Python reached a peak? Will it popularity continues to rise? What are the users of Python at different levels saying about the state of Python Programming Language?