We educate, promote and support the research, development and use of open source Python software in Washington, D.C. and metropolitan Maryland and Virginia.

Events

DC Public Library:Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
901 G St NW # 400
Washington, DC USA

PythonLab @ MLK in the Digital Commons.

Introduction to Python from 2-4PM -- all levels of experience welcome!


Please bring laptops if you have them! If you need help installing Python, just let us know!

The Advisory Board Company
2445 M St NW
Washington, DC USA

Sept. 2015


Velociraptor is an open-source Linux application deployment management system inspired by Heroku, the 12-factor philosophy, and Linux containers. Jason will present an overview of Velociraptor, give a demo of an our in-production deployment, and also host a discussion about potential alternatives.


Jason R. Coombs is Executive Technical Director of YouGov, a global leader in market research powered largely by Python. Jason has been passionate about Python since before Python 1.5 was released (1997), is a core committer to Python itself, and maintainer of many open source libraries including setuptools and IRC.


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Kenneth Durril will describe attending a DCPython meetup and carrying on using what he learned!


"I attended Ryan Corbett's Gensim talk in October 2014, and constructed a basic app using that package, with results that benefit average people.  I'll point to several other presentations at DC Python that inspired my project."

Revisit Ryan's Gensim presentation here:

http://youtu.be/iK1YHNeIEso


ALSO

We'll have a little extra time, so bring your questions, your announcements, and some lightning talks if you have them!

DC Public Library:Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
901 G St NW # 400
Washington, DC USA

PythonLab @ MLK in the Digital Commons.

Introduction to Python from 2-4PM -- all levels of experience welcome!


Please bring laptops if you have them! If you need help installing Python, just let us know!

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