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Upcoming Events

We meet on the last Thursday of every month.
If you'd like to give a talk at a future meetup, please submit it!

  • February 27
  • March 26
  • April 30
  • May 28
  • June 25
  • 05:30PM
  • Cuttlesoft

Pre-Commit Package + Handling Geographic Data

6:00pm - Effortless pre-commit hooks: Never commit a syntax error again by Ashton Honnecke

How to use the pre-commit package to perform complete and rigorous code analysis on every commit, starting with AST and whitespace; moving on to flake8, blacken, and pylint.

6:30pm - Sponsor shout-outs, general announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.

6:50pm - Snakes and Mountains by Andrew Godwin (https://twitter.com/andrewgodwin)

There’s a wealth of geographic data available out there for free - but how do we handle it and read it in Python, and what can we do with it? This talk will cover basic geographic data formats, how to read some of them in Python, and then show how to output 3D models - useful for 3D printing, CNC carving, and many other uses!

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Our meetup adheres to the PyColorado Code of Conduct (https://pycolorado.org/code-of-conduct) to ensure all members attending any of our meetups feel included and heard. Thank you for mutually respecting each other.

Want to give a talk at a future meetup? Submit your talk idea here: https://www.pyden.org/submit

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We hang out in #meetup-pyden on the PyColorado Slack Community (http://slack.pycolorado.org)

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  • 05:30PM
  • Cuttlesoft

Quantum Computing Runs

6:00pm - Quantum Computing Runs on Python by Jack Woehr (https://twitter.com/JackWoehr)

Quantum Computing is an entirely new paradigm of computation. Quantum hardware is at a point in its evolution that has been named “Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum Computing” (NISQ) to signify the maturity of the technology and the challenges that need to be overcome in order to reach quantum advantage. In this era, Python has emerged as a critical and generally adopted tool for preparing, assembling, and executing quantum algorithms in simulators and on quantum hardware.

Join software developer and Qiskit Advocate (https://www.youracclaim.com/badges/27976146-e4a9-47c6-8a2d-f7e932ea3177/) Jack Woehr for an introduction to quantum computing and an extended exploration of Python’s prominent role in this important field. All tools demonstrated will be open-source and accessible to attendees via Github.

6:30pm - Sponsor shout-outs, general announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.

6:50pm - Talk #2, topic and speaker TBD

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Our meetup adheres to the PyColorado Code of Conduct (https://pycolorado.org/code-of-conduct) to ensure all members attending any of our meetups feel included and heard. Thank you for mutually respecting each other.

Want to give a talk at a future meetup? Submit your talk idea here: https://www.pyden.org/submit

Join the conversation!
We hang out in #meetup-pyden on the PyColorado Slack Community (http://slack.pycolorado.org)

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  • 05:30PM
  • Cuttlesoft

PyDEN Monthly Meetup

6:00pm - Talk #1, topic and speaker TBD

6:30pm - Sponsor shout-outs, general announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.

6:50pm - Talk #2, topic and speaker TBD

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Our meetup adheres to the PyColorado Code of Conduct (https://pycolorado.org/code-of-conduct) to ensure all members attending any of our meetups feel included and heard. Thank you for mutually respecting each other.

Want to give a talk at a future meetup? Submit your talk idea here: https://www.pyden.org/submit

Join the conversation!
We hang out in #meetup-pyden on the PyColorado Slack Community (http://slack.pycolorado.org)

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  • 05:30PM
  • Cuttlesoft

PyDEN Monthly Meetup

6:00pm - Talk #1, topic and speaker TBD

6:30pm - Sponsor shout-outs, general announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.

6:50pm - Talk #2, topic and speaker TBD

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Our meetup adheres to the PyColorado Code of Conduct (https://pycolorado.org/code-of-conduct) to ensure all members attending any of our meetups feel included and heard. Thank you for mutually respecting each other.

Want to give a talk at a future meetup? Submit your talk idea here: https://www.pyden.org/submit

Join the conversation!
We hang out in #meetup-pyden on the PyColorado Slack Community (http://slack.pycolorado.org)

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  • 05:30PM
  • Cuttlesoft

PyDEN Monthly Meetup

6:00pm - Talk #1, topic and speaker TBD

6:30pm - Sponsor shout-outs, general announcements, hiring announcements, mingle.

6:50pm - Talk #2, topic and speaker TBD

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Our meetup adheres to the PyColorado Code of Conduct (https://pycolorado.org/code-of-conduct) to ensure all members attending any of our meetups feel included and heard. Thank you for mutually respecting each other.

Want to give a talk at a future meetup? Submit your talk idea here: https://www.pyden.org/submit

Join the conversation!
We hang out in #meetup-pyden on the PyColorado Slack Community (http://slack.pycolorado.org)

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