We are thrilled to invite you to the 11th feminist python meetup for non-binary folks and women on the 13th of June at Code Factory 1050 starting at 17:30.
Elen will be giving us an introduction to MicroPython, which is an implementation of Python designed to run on microcontrollers.
17:30 – 18:00: Welcome
18:00 – 20:00-ish: MicroPython workshop with Elen
20:00 – 20:30: Chilling & chatting
Our invitation policy can be found here.
We hope to see you there!
Our next meetup will take place on Sunday the 5th of May at 10 am
at the Computational Physics group in Sensengasse 8/10, 1090.
Our meetup this time will have a data science focus. Maryam Ahmed analysed the large archive of British political debates with Natural Language Processing and will look at her results from a feminist perspective.
We are going to start early at around 10 am and there will be breakfast and coffee!
We happily invite you to our next feminist python meetup for non-binary folks and women at the 9th of April at Code Factory 1050 starting at 17:30
This time we will make our own name/pronoun tags with inkscape and jinja2. On the way we learn some inkscape basics, which is an awesome vector graphics software, and jinja which is a python templating engine. Some of you might remember jinja from our flask workshop. The workshop will be lead by Zoe and Saara.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Update: the doodle results are in and we also already have a space. The next meetup will take place
- 12th March 2019, from 17:30 to 20:30
- @ CodeFactory , Kettenbrückengasse 23/2/12, 1050 Vienna
And we will again have some great inputs and talks, besides some socializing and sharing python skills. If you want to get to know others or get some help with basic python stuff, try to be there from the start. Also if you want to get help on advanced stuff, but chances are good that you could give a talk then yourself ;).
The talks will start at 18:30 and this time it will be about:
- Jackie gives a (very) brief intro on cryptographic hashing functions and how we can easily create PBKDF2 hashes in Python
- Zoé will talk about how you can use Python for home automation
If you are new and want to join, check our invitation policy. In case you are not sure if this meetup is for you, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or just ask anyone who shared this info with you.