[Chicago] ChiPy Meeting tonight CANCELED, New Date TBA

Adam Forsyth adam at adamforsyth.net
Fri Jan 9 00:00:07 CET 2015

Due to the weather tonight, and many employers asking people to work from
home today, we've decided to cancel the meeting. We're looking into holding
it on another day and will announce that soon.

Thanks everyone, and looking forward to the Best Meeting Ever on another
The ChiPy Organizers

On Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 4:38 PM, Greg Baugues <greg at tablexi.com> wrote:

> Just want to confirm that, despite the weather, you're still going to have
> the Best Ever Meeting tonight.
> On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 5:50 PM, Brian Ray <brianhray at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Overall, those who took the mentorship program surveys gave an average of
>> 9/10 stars. There will be a Starbucks gift card for one of those who were
>> picked presented during the meeting.
>> This month's topics are talks from those who participated in this
>> program. There will be a prize for the best presentation. The line up is
>> below. This will be a very great meeting. Perhaps... our best ever.
>> Seriously folks, don't miss this one. RSVP now...
>> RSVP http://www.chipy.org/
>> and/or http://www.meetup.com/_ChiPy_/
>> Thank you very much for Braintree for sponsoring the food at meeting.
>> Thanks SPACE by Doejo for hosting.
>> Next Meeting
>> *When:* Jan. 8, 2015, 7 p.m.
>> *Where:* SPACE by Doejo
>> 444 N. Wabash, 5th Floor Chicago IL
>> Talks from Mentorship Program
>>    - *Python Mentors Lightning Talk – Chris & Rahul*
>>    (0:07:00 Minutes)
>>    By: Chris Foresman
>>    Chris and Rahul would be talking about making RESTful API with
>>    Python. Chris was an Associate Writer at Ars Technica and is currently a
>>    Senior Systems Engineer at Vokal. Rahul is pursuing his MS in Computer
>>    Science at Illinois Institute of Technology. Chris is @foresmac on Twitter
>>    and Rahul can be reached at https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahul013k
>>    - *Example app using Flask and pg8000 (Postgres) on Heroku*
>>    (0:07:00 Minutes)
>>    By: Tanya Schlusser
>>    We walk through the architecture, development process, and a few
>>    gotchas of deploying a web application on Heroku using their free
>>    Postgresql instance, and the Python libraries 'flask' and 'pg8000'
>>    - *MM - Japhy/Sebastian - Mining and charting*
>>    (0:07:00 Minutes)
>>    By: Japhy Bartlett
>>    We'll go over how to set up a daemon for mining public data using
>>    tornado, then loading that data into some web based charts.
>>    - *ChiPy Mentorship 7-Minute Retrospective*
>>    (0:07:00 Minutes)
>>    By: Paul Ebreo
>>    Tom Yarrish and Paul Ebreo will talk about their experience of the 12
>>    week mentorship program. They will talk about what went well and what went
>>    not-so well. They will share what they learned and give tips and tricks for
>>    a successful mentor/mentee relationship. Paul is very passionate about
>>    programming, software testing, open hardware and teaching and Tom is a
>>    Digital Forensic Analyst and teaches at Loyola University.
>>    - *Python Data Science 101 - how mentoring helped me get from raw
>>    data to SKLearn by Ben Reid*
>>    (0:07:00 Minutes)
>>    By: Ben Reid
>>    Ben will be talking about his experience getting started with Python
>>    Data Science using pandas and sci-kit learn, with Don's assistance, via the
>>    Chipy mentoring pilot program. Don is an Independent Technology Consultant,
>>    iPhone Developer and Software Architect and currently consulting with
>>    clients using Hadoop. Ben is a Senior Business Development Manager at
>>    Orbitz Worldwide and is a self taught programmer. Don is @dondrake on
>>    Twitter and Ben can be reached at https://www.linkedin.com/in/reidbenj
>>    - *Being A Mentee In The ChiPy Mentorship*
>>    By: Zachary Kerr
>>    Mentors can be incredibly valuable in helping understand software. I
>>    want to share some of the insights I have learned from my mentorship. I
>>    believe there are important lessons to be learned from mentors that can
>>    make programming a much better experience.
>> --
>> Brian Ray
>> @brianray
>> (773) 669-7717
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