ThoughtWorks, Mülhauser Str. 6, Berlin
Join us this evening for the hands-on session with Agata Migalska about Bottle, the tiniest Python web framework. Also, participate in our competition and win one of 2 tickets for the PyData Berlin 2017 Conference. Just convince us in a short talk (no more than one minute) that you should receive a ticket!
See you at the meetup!
19.00 - 19.15 - Doors open
19.15 - 19.20 - Welcome and community announcements
19.20 - 19.30 - Guests - TBC
19.30 - 19.45 PyData Berlin 2017 Ticket Competition
19.45 - 21.15 - Talk: Message in the Bottle
21.15 - 21.45 - Q&A and networking
PyData Berlin 2017 Ticket Competition:
The competition is open to every participant of the meetup. The registration will be held during the meetup. Your task is to tell us why you want to participate in the conference. Two persons with the most convincing justification (according to the jury) will be awarded with a ticket to the conference.
Bottle is a one-file Python web framework. What may sound simplistic is actually very powerful and also sufficient for most web sites existing on the Internet and for most use cases. In this hands-on session we will write a fully operational Book of Messages (you may also call it a blog) with Bottle and MySQL. Finally, we will deploy it on PythonAnywhere.com so that you can share your Messages with everyone.
Bottle website: https://bottlepy.org
About the speaker: Agata Migalska is a co-founder of Parametric Support, a Berlin-based spin-off offering optimization services for architecture. Agata has a decade of commercial experience in designing and developing various size software, and way more years in programming just for fun. She is also a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Wrocław University of Science and Technology in Poland (and a co-organizer of PyLadies meetup group in Berlin).