We want people to discover the awesome things Python can do! Python Frederick hosts monthly talks every second Wednesday.
Every third Saturday we host an open workshop along with the rest of Frederick Tech. Help with a common project, bring your own, or bring your questions!
The groups gets together to share a meal with each other at a local Frederick restaurant. Come join us to hang out with other people who are interested in Python and technology.
Python Frederick events are hosted by our partner, the Hood College Computer Science Department.
On November 5, 2015, the Python Frederick group was created on Meetup and planning began for ways to serve the local community.
Area residents came to Cowork Frederick on January 13, 2016 to share pizza and ideas about how we would regularly talk about Python. Fun fact: Matt, the first organizer, has his wedding anniversary on the 13th. His wife must really love that nerd. 😉
Frederick is fortunate enough to be the closest Python user group to Kenneth Reitz, author of the requests package. Kenneth's work is downloaded millions of times each month. He spoke to the group about how to make Python software that's accessible to all.
Without fail, we bring Python topics to the Frederick community every month. We've expanded to include workshops and book clubs to meet people where they are.
There is so much to do that we would love for you to join us. Do you have a passion for a Python area that we don't currently handle? Let us know on Meetup and you can join this crew.