1. Dash - Interactive, Reactive Web Apps for Python

    Tue, Apr 10, 2018 7:00 PM
    Galvanize

    See past meeting details!

    Blair will introduce and live-code a Dash App. Dash is a Python web framework for building analytical web applications. No JavaScript required! Built on top of Plotly, React.js, and Flask, Dash ties modern UI elements like dropdowns, sliders, and graphs to your analytical Python code.

    This talk is aimed at folks who are comfortable working in an Anaconda environment. If that’s not you then that’s ok! You will still be able to appreciate the power of interactive visualizations and how Python creates those visuals. What you will walk away with is the ability to get started on programing up your own Dash Apps.

    https://plot.ly/products/dash/

    https://dash.plot.ly/gallery

    https://dash.plot.ly/getting-started

    If you want to code along then it will be helpful to to have the required packages installed.

    The packages to install are:

    pip install dash
    pip install dash-renderer
    pip install dash-html-components
    pip install dash-core-components
    pip install plotly

    Bio:

    Blair is a Galvanize Data Science Alumni with an interest in consulting, visualization, and creating access to Machine Learning. He currently works in the Admissions team within Galvanize. When he’s not doing Data Science projects he probably either cuddling with his cats, wandering a history museum, or playing some dorky video game (any Crusader Kings fans out there?).

    Where:

    Galvanize, Phoenix Warehouse District

  2. Intro to Game Programming with Python's Pyglet Part II

    Tue, Mar 13, 2018 7:00 PM
    Galvanize

    See past meeting details!

    Introduction to Game Programming in Python with Pyglet Part II

    Part Two of the the introductory material in the Pyglet documentation which can be found below: http://pyglet.readthedocs.io/en/pyglet-1.3-maintenance/
    I will mostly be coving the rest (hopefully) of the basics, hopefully this wraps it up and we can get onto an actual game in following meetings.

    Lightning talks

    • Looking for a volunteer to talk about something new!!

    Where

    Galvanize, Phoenix Warehouse District

  3. Intro to Game Programming with Python's Pyglet Part II

    Tue, Jan 23, 2018 7:00 PM
    UAT (theater)

    See past meeting details!

    Introduction to Game Programming in Python with Pyglet Part II

    Part Two of the the introductory material in the Pyglet documentation which can be found below: http://pyglet.readthedocs.io/en/pyglet-1.3-maintenance/
    I will mostly be coving the rest (hopefully) of the basics, hopefully this wraps it up and we can get onto an actual game in following meetings.

    Lightning talks

    • Looking for a volunteer to talk about something new!!

    Where

    The Theater (#136) at UAT on Baseline Road in Tempe.

  4. Intro to Game Programming with Python's Pyglet - Part 1

    Tue, Jan 9, 2018 6:30 PM
    Galvanize

    See past meeting details!

    • What we'll do
    Introduction to Game Programming in Python with Pyglet - Part 1

    I (Austin) will talk about the basics of the Pyglet library to lay the foundation for future topics. Having an understanding of Python will be helpful but all are welcome.

    Check out the following discussion on the DesertPy Forums before the meeting for info on getting your computer setup if you want to follow along at the meeting:

    https://discourse.desertpy.org/t/november-2017-meeting-introduction-to-game-programming-in-python-with-pyglet/76

    Much of this first talk will just be presenting the introductory material in the Pyglet documentation which can be found below: https://pyglet.readthedocs.io/en/pyglet-1.3-maintenance/

    This talk is a bit short, about 30 minutes. If someone would like to do a quick lightning talk along with this please feel free to comment below or contact me directly.

    • What to bring

    • Important to know

  5. Intro to Game Programming with Python's Pyglet

    Tue, Nov 28, 2017 6:30 PM
    UAT (theater)

    See past meeting details!

    NOTE: The monthly meetings have been moved to the 4th Tuesday!!

    Introduction to Game Programming in Python with Pyglet

    I (Austin) will talk about the basics of the Pyglet library to lay the foundation for future topics.  Having an understanding of Python will be helpful but all are welcome.

    Check out the following discussion on the DesertPy Forums before the meeting for info on getting your computer setup if you want to follow along at the meeting:

    https://discourse.desertpy.org/t/november-2017-meeting-introduction-to-game-programming-in-python-with-pyglet/76

    Much of this first talk will just be presenting the introductory material in the Pyglet documentation which can be found below: http://pyglet.readthedocs.io/en/pyglet-1.2-maintenance/

    Lightning talks

    • None

    Where

    The Theater (#136) at UAT on Baseline Road in Tempe.

  6. DesertPy Conda Environment Update - desertpy-2017-v1

    For those who want to follow along with my upcoming pyglet presentation you can install my updated desertpy conda environment on macOS with the following commands:

    conda env create godber/desertpy-2017-v1
    source activate desertpy-2017-v1
    

    There may be additional updates to the environment, but I will increment the version counter.

    Update

    Within 6 hours of my creating the desertpy-2017-v1 conda environment the pyglet library did its first release in over two years, go figure. The new version has improved Python 3 support. You can read more in the Pyglet RELEASE_NOTES.txt.

    Of course this means that I had to create a new conda environment with the new version. So, here you go, desertpy-2017-v2 contains v1.3.0 of pyglet:

    conda env create godber/desertpy-2017-v2
    source activate desertpy-2017-v2
    
  7. Summer 2015 Roundup

    Those of you following this DesertPy website might have mistakenly thought the group had gone dormant during the summer, but nothing could be further from the truth! I've merely been a lazy web master. With help from many members, the group hosted a full day Data Science Workshop in May, we've continued typical monthly meetings, and we started holding regular monthly group coding meetings.

    It's also worth noting that DesertPy has recently passed the 500 user milestone on Meetup.

    Thank you all for all your contributions!

  8. March 2015 Meeting - Python Internals and Freezing

    What
    Andy will talk about Python internals and freezing applications.
    When
    Wednesday March 25th, 2015 at 6:30PM
    Where
    Isos Technology - 1130 E University Drive, #101, Tempe, AZ 85281 The Isos offices can be found on the south west side of the western building in the complex. The building has 1130 in giant numbers on it. Look for a sign on the door as we may have to let you in. Enter through the door shown on the image below.
    Isos Tempe Location

    Feel free to RSVP on the meetup site or heck, fork this repo and add yourself to the RSVP list below and send a pull request:

    RSVPs on GitHub - 1 RSVP

  9. February 2015 Meeting - Battle of the Queues

    When
    Wednesday February 25th, 2015 at 6:30PM
    Where
    Gangplank Chandler - 260s Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ 85225 We will be in Gangplank in a room in the back.
    What

    Meet us at Gangplank to learn about using different queueing systems with Python. The line up is not complete yet and we are calling for more presenters, but it might go something like this:

    • RQ (Redis Queue) - Austin
    • NSQ - Trevor
    • Beanstalk - Sarah
    • Celery/RabbitMQ - Jason G.
    • Walk ons accepted!

    Feel free to RSVP on the meetup site or heck, fork this repo and add yourself to the RSVP list below and send a pull request:

    RSVPs on GitHub - 1 RSVP

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