Join us for an in person meetup at Cure Coffeehouse Norfolk on 27-Aug-2022 at noon (12pm). This talk will cover the basics of using Pandas for business users and focus on opening common data files and spreadsheets. The target audience is anyone interested in learning how to write code for a hobby, making games or … Continue reading In Person Meetup at Cure Coffee Norfolk
Join us for a night of trying out Flask. We have had a few questions from users regarding "What to do after finding and creating a data solution with Python?". Flask offers some options to quickly create an internal page for the team to view your beautiful graphs. If you created the display with Python, … Continue reading Flask, the web micro-framework based on Python
The topic for this week's Python meetup will be Jupyter Notebooks. I will show how to start automating away those tedious spreadsheets and presentations. New users and advanced should find something that they can take away and implement in their own work afterwards. We will be meeting via Discord for now :https://discord.gg/NjXVaWud For more information … Continue reading October 2021 Meeting
During the presentation we will learn about deceptive technologies. We will discuss more than just honey pots but also honey tables, honey documents, honey credentials and others. At the end of the presentation you will have an understanding of some deceptive technologies and be able to implement some using python.
This month we'll talk about Django, a Python web framework that's fast, secure, and easy for beginners to web development to pick up. Gracie will walk us through the basics and show us some resources to to help you start building a website. This talk is good for beginner Pythonistas or those who haven't worked … Continue reading May 2021 Meeting: Django Basics
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