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!
This group is for those Interested in Elixir and using it to develop distributed, fault-tolerant and reliable applications.
If this is you, see you at 7PM!
Deep learning offers exciting solutions to an array of computer vision, natural language processing, and other data science problems, made possible by faster computing, richer data sets, and open source frameworks.
We invite talks from machine learners and data scientists applying TensorFlow to solve problems along with tutorials and lessons learned. Please, no sales pitches.
Austin Coding Academy is Austin’s source for tech talent.
For Employers: We train our students to be job-ready developers in the most in-demand coding languages. All ACA graduates leave our program having built a deployable full stack application, experienced building as part of a team, and with a working knowledge of best industry practices.
For Companies: We develop and teach customized curriculums for companies, large and small, looking to train their teams in software development.
Join us for one of our events to learn more about Austin Coding Academy, learn to code, and more!
Thank you to Capital Factory for sponsoring event space in 2019 for the ACA Advanded Series. Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas. They meet the best entrepreneurs in Texas and introduce them to their first investors, employees, mentors and customers.
Austin Go Language User Group is a user group to meet and discuss the Go programming language (golang).
From golang.org: The Go programming language is an open source project to make programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction. Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It’s a fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language.
This meetup is open to the public, we hope to see you there!
The Apache Cassandra™ Project develops a highly scalable second-generation distributed database, bringing together Dynamo’s fully distributed design and Bigtable’s ColumnFamily-based data model.
This Apache Cassandra™ User Group is a highly awesome meetup group, bringing together cool people to talk about our favorite NoSQL implementation, Apache Cassandra™.
See you at 6:30PM!
Regardless of your specific background or current technical stack, anyone who wants to be a well-rounded web app developer and keep a finger on the pulse of modern development will love this group.
Our format will have several areas of focus, which go beyond the typical single-framework/language meetup
We want each meetup to focus on one or two specific areas of web technology and dive into them deeply enough to be really informative. There are so many tools, libraries and frameworks out there that no one has time to evaluate everything. Just a few examples of things we might dive into, in no particular order: RequireJS, Bower, Jasmine, Backbone, CoffeeScript, HAML, SASS/LESS, jQuery, Angular, etc.
Basically, you don’t have time to attend every topic-specific meetup in the world, so we’ll bring the most interesting topics to our meetup!
This is a group for software and hardware engineers of Hispanic ethnicity to showcase their knowledge and experience, and to build their professional network. If you’re not Hispanic, this is a great place to get to know Austin’s Hispanic hacker community! Our meetings feature topics in software and hardware technology presented by Austin’s Hispanic hackers. Come meet with us, showcase your accomplishments, learn from each other, and get to know your fellow Hispanic hackers! All skill levels and career stages are welcome.
Anyone that does C/C++ development, LLVM development in the Central Texas area, and anyone that’s interested in learning more about the LLVM compiler infrastructure is welcome to join. Our format will be a brief technical discussion, then time at the end for discussion and socialization.