Interested in Python and meeting other software developers and code lovers? Want to learn more about one of world’s most popular programming languages or simply talk to engineers who know exactly what you’re dealing with? Python Belgrade is the go-to local community which hosts Python-related meetups, lectures, and other events. We welcome all who want to stay informed, or share their knowledge on Python-related topics.
Talk: Transforming functions into classes – Why and How
Talk: COMPLEX NETWORKS: ANALYSIS AND VISUALIZATION
Talk: Data manipulation with Pandas library
Talk: Spark Python API
Talk: Short introduction about Python
Talk: Automated generation of text, images and music using methods from machine learning
Talk: Creating melody in Python
Talk: Data Analysis with Pandas
Talk: Why I develop a python WebAPP on a Windows + IIS
The venue (ICT Hub) is located right in the city center. The address is Kralja Milana 10.
With our central location, most major sightseeing spots are within walking distance. Head down the street to reach Republic Square, Kneza Mihaila street and Kalemegdan fortress, or cross the street from the Republic Square diagonally for some bon vivance in Skadarlija.
If you want to know more about what we do, how and why we do it, or if you simply have a question or need help with something Python-related, talk to us. We will always try to help you email@example.com
Call for papers is active for this meetup
you can apply as a lecturer below
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In order to speak at our events, you need to satisfy but three requirements: you have to be a reputable professional, a lecturer who can offer some value and knowledge to the attendees, and a decent human being. If you think you fulfil all three of these basic prerequisites, please apply for dates that suite you here. We aspire to provide value for both beginners and senior programmers at our events; while most individual lectures last for about 30 minutes, bear in mind that preparing a good lecture often takes some time and effort, so make sure you spare several hours if you are to become our speaker.
Unless specifically stated otherwise, all our events can be attended free of charge. Most of the time all you have to do is show up – for larger events there will be a registration form. In case some events require ticket purchasing, we will notify all interested parties weeks in advance.