The slightly different PyGraz meetup

Yesterday evening we once again had our monthly Python Usergroup Graz meeting. This time it didn’t take place at the Spektral, though, as at the last second (well, a week ago…) a schedule collision happened and the nice folks behind that association had to use that room for themselves. Luckily, within a couple of hours we had found a new venue for that evening at the Realraum! Big thanks to Michael and everyone else who helped here!

So, what happened yesterday? We had two talks! I gave a short tour through some of nice string-formatting mechanisms you have with Python, something I had already written about here a couple of weeks ago. As that blog post is already quite detailed, I probably won’t upload any slides this time around. If you want to learn more, simply read that post and visit, which contains many more examples πŸ˜‰

Right after my talk, we had a quick introduction into some of the awesome things you can do with Pandas. Big thanks to Moritz for that 😊 You can find his slides on our mailinglist.

We also had three visitors from our sibling usergroup in Vienna which come by every once in a while and who have their next meetup incl. a coding dojo on February 17 at the Metalab 😊

The next meetup in Graz will be on March 1 most likely again at the Spektral. Official announcement will be made soonish on, our website and all the other nice places you can find us πŸ˜ƒ

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