[Chicago] ChiPy October 13th __main__ meeting

Joe Jasinski joe.jasinski at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 09:38:43 EDT 2022

Hi Chipy,

We have a great October 13th meeting planned for this month. This is your
reminder to sign up if you haven't already. We have three great talks
planned for this month!

Thank you to SpotHero for hosting us this month. See you all there!

When: Oct. 13, 2022, 6 p.m.

Where: SpotHero

125 S Clark St #1300, Chicago, IL 60603

Registration for this event will close on Thursday October 13 at 12:00 p.m.

RSVP here


   - What's new in Python 3.11
   By: Phil Robare

   The Python core developers keep pushing out new functionality every six
   months.  Python 3.6 just went out of support and Python 3.11 is in
   pre-release.  This talk will look at the new features promised for 3.11 and
   maybe provide some opinionated views on their usefulness or their potential
   to make Python code harder to understand.
   - Life without pip install 😱
   By: Aly Sivji

   The world has lost the ability to pip install... What do we do?!?! This
   talk explores a hypothetical Doomsday Scenario where the Python Package
   Index has gone offline. We examine three ways we can import libraries we
   have not installed.

   After this talk, attendees will have a better understanding of what
   happens when a package is imported into Python.
   - Introduction to dependency injection and testable code
   By: Adrian Garcia Badaracco

   Isn't dependency injection a Java thing? Not really!

   Have you used Pytest? Fixtures are a form of dependency injection. What
   about just passing in a file-like object to `json.load`? Also dependency
   injection! There's also FastAPI, one of the most popular Python web
   frameworks nowadays, that has dependency injection as one of its key

   You see, dependency injection is very widespread in the Python world, it
   just looks so natural because of the lack of a `new` keyword and
   first-class function support that you might not even know you are using the
   technique. Nonetheless it can help to be aware of the theory and jargon
   around it, which is what we'll explore in this talk by way of a joint
   refactoring exercise.

For more information and to sign up, please* RSVP at chipy.org
<http://chipy.org/>. *

Thank you very much to our sponsors including

*Gold Sponsors:* SpotHero

*Silver Sponsors:* Braintree, JFrog, and Zoro

*Bronze Sponsors*: Foxtrot

Please be aware of our code of conduct http://www.chipy.org/pages/conduct/

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