Thu, Sep 14 2023 at 06:30 PM at Pumping Station: One

Secret Storytelling in Python
(30 Minutes)
By: Raymond Berg
Experience Level: Intermediate

Everyone in 2020 developed a new hobby, mine was tabletop storytelling. I started searching for tools that would help me keep track of the complex relationships inside the stories, but nothing fit my desires for a fast and easy-to-use wiki to keep track of our lore. In this talk, I'll introduce you to secret-wiki, a project I started to make editing and sharing more fun. React + FastAPI.

Stepping up your Product Management game with Python
(30 Minutes)
By: Walter Goulet
Experience Level: Novice

Learn about how Python can help product managers with some of the day to day tasks that are needed to understand how their products are used, prototype ideas to explain to engineering teams and help you avoid drowning in spreadsheets.

40 Python enthusiasts attended this meeting.

Thu, Sep 07 2023 at 06:30 PM at Prefect (new loop location)

14 Python enthusiasts attended this meeting.

Thu, Aug 10 2023 at 06:30 PM at Tegus

Reproducibly building and analyzing knowledge graphs with Nextflow, Neo4j and Python
(20 Minutes)
By: Chase Clark
Experience Level: Intermediate

Demonstration of using Python as the core of a multi-language workflow to mine through terabytes of genomic data.

pydistcheck: detect portability issues in Python package distributions
(5 Minutes)
By: James Lamb
Experience Level: Intermediate
Slides Link

In this talk, attendees will learn about some common issues with software packages that can make them difficult to host, download, and install. With a specific focus on Python packages, this talk covers "pydistcheck", a linter that can report such portability issues ( If you like linters and Python packaging, this talk is for you!

Building a Missing Persons Database with Django and React
(10 Minutes)
By: Tatyana Parks
Experience Level: Novice
Slides Link

Son Irremplazables('They are Irreplaceable' in Spanish) is a grassroots initiative committed to raising awareness about the issue of missing individuals in the Dominican Republic. In this presentation, we will delve into the development of a missing persons database, leveraging the power of Django as the backend framework and React as the frontend library. Join us as we explore this application's technical intricacies designed to assist in the search and recovery efforts for missing individuals. By highlighting the disappearances and their impact, the website aims to bring attention to this pressing social concern, advocate for solutions, and support affected family members while they search for their loved ones.

40 Python enthusiasts attended this meeting.

Thu, Aug 03 2023 at 06:30 PM at Tegus

9 Python enthusiasts attended this meeting.

Thu, Jul 13 2023 at 06:30 PM at Holiday Club

2 Python enthusiasts attended this meeting.