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new hack, recent revelation while using Python, etc ...
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2. Explanation of the chain of command design pattern by Rivas Hameed
3. Web Scraping Using Python by Vidya Sagar
4. Introduction to Ansible by Tasdik Rahman
Event details: https://www.meetup.com/BangPypers/events/238670176/
BangPypers is hosting the meetup  in Cowrks Infinity venue sponsored by ByteAcademy  on April 15th.
The meetup will consist of talks. We're looking for speakers. If you're interested in talking, leave a comment in the meetup page  or reply to this email with Title, Short description of the talk and duration of the talk. The talk can last for fifteen or thirty minutes.
The meetup doesn't have any specific theme. You can speak about a library, design patterns, debugging experience, productivity tools, framework and anything related to Python.
If you'd like to host us in the future or give a workshop, please feel to write to me offline.
Come and speak about latest concept/learning in Python.
Learn Algorithms with Python - Workshop part 1.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
2:30 PM to 5:30 PM
For more details and to RSVP, the link is down below!
Thanks for attending! See you in the next one :)
We have speaking slots open. If you're interested, talk about your recent Python hacks, favorite libraries, whine about Python eco-systems and languages, etc ...
1. Method Resolution Order (MRO) (for beginners and intermediates) - Arvind Padmanabhan
2. My favorite features in Python 3.6 - Kracekumar
See you on Saturday!
#MPCbangalore # softwarerecruitment# pythonprogrammers
The meetup requires prior experience with Python and GNU/Linux command line skills.
Date/Time: 17th September, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Venue: Red Hat, https://goo.gl/maps/TGRkLKFo95Q2
See you at the meetup!
10:15 - 10:30 - Introduction
10:30 - 11:15 - Building and maintaining a self-developed test-suite by Praveen
The takeaway would be:
- How to decouple test libraries and test-code for minimal impact when a product is under development
- Extending existing libraries to build test-friendly wrappers. Example: HTTP clients (like requests) and validate responses automatically etc. Similar principles for UI.
-How to modularize and test the test libraries themselves. How to maintain them in the long run.
* Mocking test environments for CI, Docker, bare metal etc.
11:15 - 11:30 - Windows task automation using pywinauto by Joydeep
11:30 - 11:45 - Break
11:45 - 12:00 - Writing scripts in python to run on raspberry pi by Naman Bajaj
12:15 - 12:45 - Building Scalable Server Automation with Python - Srinath
Srinath will talk about the challenges faced and factors to consider while building large-scale server automation tooling. For reference, the Calm.io automation engine automates IT processes across tens of thousands of servers at multiple large companies, which has exposed us to a unique set of challenges, and led to the evolution of the core components over the last 8 years.
Srinath is Open Source Enthusiast, Polyglot Programmer with backend development experience. Works on building and deploying scalable web applications across multiple clouds. Tech Lead at Calm.io.
Gayathri Mansion, No. 80/3, Bellandur, Outer Ring Road, Bengaluru, India 560103
September 23, 2016 [Friday]
September 24-25, 2016 [Saturday-Sunday]
More details would be updated soon.
meetup is `automation`. Each talk duration is fifteen or thirty minutes. We
aren't looking for how to use X framework talks.
The talks can fall into how we solved Y problem, best practices, common
pitfalls, challenges etc ... The talks can be about the automating
development environment, production server, home automation etc ...
If you're interested in giving a talk, please leave a comment in the meetup
Workshop is a hands on activity to teach Django web Framework. This workshop is intended provide introduction to Django.
- Project structure
- Simple View functions
Workshop will teach audience to build simple todo CRUD application. Lunch is taken care.
- Laptop with Python 3.4+ and Django installed.
- SQLite3 DB for Windows Users.
Setup Instruction: Coming Soon
- Anand: 8553 444739
- Kracekumar: 85530 29521
About: Banglore Python Users Group
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