Meet other local Python programming language enthusiasts! Ask your questions about any aspect of Python development, including “how do I start learning Python?”
You may also join the merged APUG/AWPUG mailing list to participate in more discussions. Visit http://austinpython.org to sign up!
Additionally, you can find us on IRC in the #austinpy channel on Freenode.
Join this local Austin group to discuss and present Technical topics on Big Data, AI , Machine Learning, Deep Learning, AI related technologies.
Join this highly collaborative meetup focused on all things algorithms. This group was founded to create community of learning around algorithms. All skill levels are welcome. Looking forward to learning with everyone.
This group is focused on Clojure and related Lisp languages specifically Common Lisp and Scheme as they strongly influence the approach Clojure takes. Java is a foundational system for Clojure, but the focus is not on the Java language, but the JVM and associated libraries that are the power base for Clojure. Functional programming, multi-methods, etc. will be discussed and demoed with the focus on real-world uses and power. Abstraction and advanced techniques will be discussed as well. We’re looking for people who want to talk, demo as well as give lightning talks at the REPL so that people can follow along. Topics include Clojure for creating MineCraft bots, Clojure for Social Data Mining, etc. Please offer up talks that you can give as well as ones you may be interested in doing along with a partner. I (we) want the group to be active in that we don’t have a ton of people just sitting watching a few, but each time we meet, teams have formed to be able to present to the group. 15 or 30 mins. is fine. There’s more than enough to share with this awesome language and toolset.
This is a group devoted to Ruby, a great language used for things beyond rails. We talk about sinatra, deep dives into the workings of Ruby, and other things we find interesting as Rubyists.
Want to sponsor? We’re on Open Collective: https://opencollective.com/austinrb
Hedera Hashgraph is a public ledger that takes advantage of the hashgraph consensus algorithm for you to build fast, fair, and secure decentralized applications. On Hedera, developers can use APIs to build the future of peer-to-peer payments, tokenized assets, digital identity, and more.
Join us to learn best practices, how to use Hedera network services, how hashgraph works, and hear from the teams building an entirely new class of applications on Hedera. Our meetups offer a great opportunity for community members to connect in-person, have fun, and gain knowledge on how to be a part of the shift to our decentralized future.
Austin’s Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF (https://cncf.io)) meetup!
• Apply to speak – https://forms.gle/WriBVHkR9aMN6JrX9
• Request to sponsor – https://forms.gle/a2UxktsWzQNMcqbi7
Join other Cloud Natives in sharing of experiences of balancing speed of development and resiliency of operating continuously delivered software and on modern infrastructure.
Tools and techniques emerged to facilitate delivery – cloud and container infrastructure. This infrastructure is a means to an end – running cloud-native applications at-scale, delivering incremental value as a service.
Without proper architecture, organizational structure, knowledge and wielding of best practices teams are ill-poised for success. This meetup aims to address these technologies and an approach to deploying, building, deploying, operating and sustaining microservices and their infrastructure. Topics include:
• Microservices architecture and patterns
• Service meshes and api gateways
• Container orchestration and infrastructure (e.g. Kubernetes)
• Clouds and managed services
• Monitoring and deployment technologies for cloud native applications
We talk about these and more:
• Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTelemetry, Containerd, Linuxkit, Notary, TUF, Jaeger, Istio, Meshery, Linkerd, Envoy, Open Policy Agent, Telescope, and so on.
We are working with multiple organizations for content and venue. We try to accommodate a schedule that fits best for the members, please feel free to recommend ideas.
The Austin Blockchain Collective Community Meetup group is a monthly educational and community meeting. The meetings generally cover news from the Collective, and showcase the blockchain and crypto innovation happening in and around Austin.
PyLadiesATX is a social/professional group for lady Python enthusiasts at every experience level. Beginners are always welcome! We represent Pythonistas from a wide variety of disciplines and interest areas – full-time developers and hobbyists alike.
Unless otherwise noted, PyLadiesATX events are exclusively for PyLadies and their invited guests. We are a group for women and other gender minorities. Trans women are welcome and recognized as women. If you are a woman who enjoys learning about and writing Python, we would love to have you come join us.