We are a friendly and enthusiastic group of Central Ohio Pythonistas. We meet most Thursday evenings for informal dojos, occasionally for lunch on various days of the week, and have a monthly meeting usually on the last Monday of the month. To have lunch at your favorite place, announce the time and place on the mailing list.
After our monthly meetings we like to adjourn to some nearby eatery to enjoy good food, good drinks, and good conversation.
We have code on our github repository, especially of challenges where people solved problems using Python in very different ways.
Usually on last Monday of each month.
We meet most Thursday evenings:
Dojos are informal Python group study sessions where everyone interested in Python gathers to learn about Python, help others with Python, or just hang out. Everyone interested in Python from complete beginners, to experts, and everyone in between are welcome to the Dojos. Bring your Python questions and problems. Digressions from Python are common.
September 27, 2021, 6:00 p.m.
We will be meeting online at Gather. Pay attention to the Everyone chat in Gather for guidelines as the meeting progresses.
Come join us for the monthly meeting to hear Andrew Kubera discuss the match statement that will be available in Python 3.10 – to be released Friday, Oct. 1. The match statement along with the improved error messages are probably the most significant new features of the next release of Python.
6:00 p.m.: Socialize, eat, and drink (your own food and beverages).
6:30 p.m.: Announcements followed by presentations
8:00 p.m.: Hard Stop for presentations; resume socializing.
Gather supports multiple conversations, so it is good for socializing with side conversations. No registration is required to use Gather and there's nothing to install or download to use Gather. The only software you need to use Gather with is a Chrome or Firefox browser. See documentation for details on Gather.