Presenter – Becky Brusky
If front parking lot is full, you can park in the reserved Alley Poyner spots, or on the East and North sides of the building – basically anywhere except the Holiday Inn lot.
Hubert Hickman, Victor Winter, Betty Love
Bricklayer programs produce virtual LEGO, Minecraft, and 3D-printable
The talk will include a general introduction to Bricklayer, the newly
developed IDE, and overall goals and experience of the Bricklayer team in
the use of the software in local school districts, homeschool groups, and
Presenter – Bob Haffner
Topic – Micro-services with Flask
Note – the room is not available until 6:30, but we can use it until 8:30 if necessary.
Travis Smith will be presenting
a dataset and a little knowledge of Pandas is a dangerous thing
Presenter – Louis Dorland
The moons of Jupiter and how I came to like Python.
Bill Koslosky will be presenting Bayesian statistics for healthcare
This will be a 20-30 minute presentation followed by a discussion (Bill is looking for feedback)
Becky Brusky will be leading the kickoff of our next Kaggle competition
Next meeting will be Tuesday, 12/19/2017. Happy Thanksgiving!
Let’s get this Python party restarted!
The room is open for all attendees at 5:45.
5:45-6:00 Network and get settled in.
6:00-6:10 Opening welcome!
6:10-6:20 Naomi See will provide a lightning talk on why Python and what Python has done for her community engagement and career.
6:20-6:50 The discussion will open up with the organizer’s intentions behind starting this group back up and letting the attendee’s share what they would like to see this group shape into. Let’s work together to make this awesome for all skillsets.
6:50-7? Close up the night and more networking – the meeting will officially end at 7 but the room is booked until 7:30 if conversations arise by all means don’t let the end of the meeting stop you!
If you could please confirm attendance at: meetup dot com that would be greatly appreciated.