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about your favorite Python library, whine about Python & eco-system, your
new hack, recent revelation while using Python, etc ...
If you would like to show up and talk, leave a comment on the meetup page
 or reply to this thread with a title and a short description. It's ok to
speak in the meetup without slides as well.
RSVP opens 7 days before the event.
1. Laptop with GNU/Linux as OS.
2. Laptop with GNU/Linux, Windows, OSX installed. Two free USB ports on the laptop.
3. Programming experience in Python
3. Putty or any similar ssh client installed.
The complete agenda for the workshop is on meetup page . The workshop is an excellent opportunity to start learning about the hardware side of the world from the experts.
I would like to know how to display/print some variables to GUI from backend while debugging. Could anyone help me understand with any links, pointers or few lines of explanation?
Yes, it's a month away. But we're experimenting a new theme, hence the advance email. The theme of the meetup is "The Journey to the kernel."
- What does "The Journey to the kernel" mean?
Python is a high-level dynamic programming language. As a result, a lot of details are abstracted. On day to day basis, libraries and language take care of memory allocation, garbage collection, cross-platform execution, system calls, etc. In this meetup, let's discuss the internals of the libraries, core Python, memory optimization and internal working, etc.
- Can you give concrete examples of such talks?
Efficient Dictionary Implementation in Python 3.6 - Recently Python 3.6 implemented Compact Dictionary. As a result, it uses less space. How does dictionary work in Python 2.7? What is the difference in 3.6? How is it memory efficient? How is hash collision handled?
How does lists in Python work?How is memory allocated for new items? How is memory deallocated? Does Python use contagious memory block internally?
How does reference counting work in Python? When does GC kick-in?
How does event loop (asyncio) work in Python?
How does a Python database driver work?
What is PEP 484?
How does a Python debugger work?
- What is the duration of each talk?
A talk can be fifteen or thirty or forty minutes including Q&A.
- Are you expecting talks only from core python?
No. We accept talks related to any third library like SciPy, NumPy. We're happy to have talks which discuss alternate implementation like PyPy, Pyston, etc.
- I don't contribute to CPython can I talk about Python internals?
Of course! We don't expect you to have a bag full of contributions to talk. We want enthusiastic folks who are willing to push the boundary, go out of the comfort zone, take the opportunity to learn and present. Consider this as your monthly research quest. Pick a topic which you don't know, always wanted to learn, gather the information and present.
- Can I choose an item from the sample talks presented above?
Absolutely! If something mentioned in example talks resonate to your interest, pick one and say to us.
- I have a talk idea and don't know it fits the category.
Feel free to email or ping organizers(Abhiram, Chillar Anand, Ram, Krace) in the slack. We will help you remove your doubts and give feedback. And you make you present!
We're aware the theme is out of comfort zone for many of our audience. And believe pushing the boundaries and learning the hard parts makes individual a better programmer.
Do you have a topic in mind to present or doubts? Reply here or comment in the meetup page .
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!
If you like to give a talk, leave a comment with a title and a short description.
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