• Anniversary Special PyDelhi & BlockchainDevs celebrations & Roadmap

    Schedule: ---------------------------------------------------------- 11:00 - 11:30 am introductions 11:30 - 11:45 Roadmap of Blockchain Devs for[masked]:45 - 12:00 Roadmap of PyDelhi for[masked]:00 - 12:20 Assistive Tech for blind in python by Dinesh kaushal 12:20 - 12:45 Edge Computing - Hype or enabler by Arif Khan 12:45 - 13:00 cloud, edge, 5g solutions on Blockchain by Vipin Rathi 13:00 - 13:30 L2 Networking in SDN by Abhimanyu Bhaater 13:30 - 13:45 Brain storming on SDN/NFV use cases in Blockchain 13:45 - 14:00 Celebrations Note: There is a strict entry at the venue do please carry your Govt. photo ID card with you. [1]: https://meetup.com/pydelhi [2]: https://www.meetup.com/Blockchain_Developers/

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  • PyDelhi Meetup

    Broctagon solutions

    Details Schedule ------------ 10:00-10:30 Introductions. 10:30- 11:15 Using ANTLR with Python3 by Viresh Gupta (https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/111) 11:15 - 11:45 Snacks and Networking 11:45 - 12:30 Hands-on session on numpy by Susheel Kumar Dwivedi(https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/154) 12:30 - 01:00 Hiring and Pitching Session. Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://www.pydelhi.org) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Mayank: [masked] Vipul: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi DevSprint with BlockchainDevs

    Innovaccer , Candor TechSpace

    SCHEDULE ------------ 10:00 - People come and Introduction starts. 10:30 - Dev-Sprint starts with project mentors pitch 13:00 - Snacks break 15:30 - Dev-Sprint closes with project mentors report and Feedback 15:30 - Hiring and Pitching Session 16:00 - Meetup ends. DETAILS ------------ This time we have a session of Creating serverless SMS gateway using microservice by Dheeraj Jha(https://twitter.com/Thedijje) and Shivani Sehdev(https://twitter.com/shivanisehdev86) And the following Organizations/Mentors will be joining the dev sprints: 1. Electrum - Akkshay Arora 2. Probot - Aditya Agarwal 3. Women Who Go - Utkarsh Gupta, Rashmi Nagpal 4. Innovaccer - TBD 5. VideoLAN - Daksh Shah Official Govt issues ID would be checked at the gates, please bring your's while attending the meetup. Prerequisites ---------------- - Serverless SMS gateway - Postman, REST and AWS account(no need to have a server). (https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/152) - Electrum - Prior knowledge of Git and basics of Pyqt or Kivy (https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum) - Probot - Prior knowledge of Nodejs and Git (https://github.com/probot) - Women Who Go - Jekyll - VideoLAN - Xcode, Objective-C, Cocoa - Innovaccer -TBD What are DevSprints? https://in.pycon.org/blog/2017/understanding-dev-sprints.html Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Mayank: [masked] Rajat: [masked]

  • PyDelhi Meetup

    SocialCops

    Details Schedule ------------ 11:00 - 11:30: Introductions 11:30 - 12:30: REST in peace with hug by T. Tanay ( https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/145) 12:30 - 13:00: Snacks and networking. 13:00 - 14:00: Getting started with web-scrapping in python by Dheeraj ( https://github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/149 ) 14:00 - 14:20: Pipenv from Scratch by Aaqa Ishtyaq 14:20 - 15:20 Lightning Talks, Community mixer, Hiring & Pitching session. Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://www.pydelhi.org) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Aaqa: [masked] Vipul: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi + ILUGD DevSprint

    Broctagon solutions

    RSVP - https://www.meetup.com/pydelhi/events/tcpblqyxpbnb/ Schedule ------------ 10:10 - Meetup starts with a round of introductions 11:00 - Dev-Sprint starts with project mentors pitch 13:00 - Snacks break 14:30 - Volunteer meetup 15:00 - Dev-Sprint closes with project mentors report and Feedback 15:30 - Hiring and Pitching Session/Lightning talks/community Mixer But wait, this time we are doing something even more special. People contributing to the projects are set to win some awesome prizes and swag by Google Open Source. Come for the meetup, bring your friends along and step into the world of Open-Source. What are DevSprints? https://in.pycon.org/blog/2017/understanding-dev-sprints.html Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://www.pydelhi.org) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Aaqa: [masked] Vipul: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi Meetup

    Grofers Headquarters

    Schedule ------------ 10:30 - 11:00: Introductions 11:00 - 11:40: Lost in Mathematical constant(e), Python to rescue by Shweta ( https://twitter.com/cosmologist_10 ) 11:40 - 12:20: Basics of Functional Programming using Python by Arfat 12:20 - 13:00: IoT Intro + Realtime Sensor Data Monitoring on Web/Mobile App by Aasim Khan( https://www.linkedin.com/in/aasim-mk/ ) 13:00 - 13:40: Snacks and networking. 13:40 - 14:20: Natural Language Generation by Harshit ( https://twitter.com/harshit048 ) 14:20 - 15:20: Lightening Talks and Hiring & Pitching session. Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Rajat: [masked] Vipul: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi DevSprint

    Srijan Technologies

    Schedule ------------ This time we have a session of Natural Language Generation by Harshit Narang (https://twitter.com/HarshitJi) And the following Organizations/Mentors will be joining the dev sprints 1. Making your own Ethereum wallet - Akshay Arora 2. Kivy - Akshay Arora - https://github.com/akshayaurora 3. Debian (Packaging) - Manas Kashyap - https://wiki.debian.org/ManasKashyap 4. ILUG-D - Kuntal Majumder - http://hellozee.me 5. Mozilla Dev - TBD Official Govt issues ID would be checked at the gates, please bring your's while attending the meetup. Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Prerequisites ---------------- Ethereum Wallet - Oracle Virtualbox installed and atleast 20GB free space for VM Kivy - Follow https://kivy.org/#download and install dependencies Coala - Read Newcomer guide https://api.coala.io/en/latest/Developers/Newcomers_Guide.html Also checkout http://docs.coala.io/en/latest/ Debian - http://bit.ly/debprereq What are DevSprints? https://in.pycon.org/blog/2017/understanding-dev-sprints.html Contact Person: Aaqa: [masked] Shashank: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi at PyCon India 2018

    HYDERABAD INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE (HICC)

    PyCon India is a the premier conference in India on using and developing the Python programming language. It is a 10th year of PyCon India and happening at Hyderabad. PyDelhi is participating in the conference and hope to meet you guys there. For more info please visit in.pycon.org.

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  • PyDelhi Meetup

    Fueled Noida

    Schedule ------------ 11:30 am - 12:00 am: Introduction 12:00 - 12:45 pm: Data Visualization Using Matplotlib and Seaborn by Praneet Nigam (https://github.com/Praneet460) 12:45 - 1:45 pm: Snacks and Networking 1:45 - 2:45 pm: Face recognition and tracking with python OpenCV by Vishal Sangwan (https://github.com/vishalsangwan) 2:30 - 3:30 pm: lightning talks and project pitches 3:30 - 4:00 pm: Closing notes Do you have something to share too with the community? Feel free to propose your talk here --> github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Contact Person: Shashank: [masked] Vipul: [masked]

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  • PyDelhi DevSprint Session

    School of Computational And Integrative Sciences

    Schedule ------------ Following Organizations/Mentors will be joining the dev sprints 1. Making your own Ethereum wallet - Akshay Arora 2. Kivy - Akshay Arora - https://github.com/akshayaurora 3. Debian (Packaging) - Manas Kashyap - https://wiki.debian.org/ManasKashyap 4. Coala - Kilari Teja - https://github.com/ksdme Official Govt issues ID would be checked at the gates, please bring your's while attending the meetup. Note: 1. This is a bi-weekly meetup that happens every alternate Saturday, so if are not able to make it to this one, catch up with us in the next one. 2. This event is completely free and volunteer driven. We are always looking for people who are willing to help out and contribute to organizing meetups. Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/PyDelhigroup) for the all the discussions on the same. 3. We are always looking for new venues to host our meetup. If you or someone you know would like to become our venue sponsor for our next meetup, please contact the undersigned or open up an issue mentioning the same on GitHub (www.github.com/pydelhi/talks/issues/new) Prerequisites ---------------- Ethereum Wallet - Oracle Virtualbox installed and atleast 20GB free space for VM Kivy - Follow https://kivy.org/#download and install dependencies Coala - Read Newcomer guide https://api.coala.io/en/latest/Developers/Newcomers_Guide.html Also checkout http://docs.coala.io/en/latest/ Debian - http://bit.ly/debprereq What are DevSprints? https://in.pycon.org/blog/2017/understanding-dev-sprints.html Contact Person: Aaqa: [masked] Shashank: [masked]

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