Last week we experimented with another new format, we held our first interactive group project session at One Identity. Thanks One Identity, and our host Balázs Antal for the venue and generous catering.Continue reading BudapestPy Workshops 109 (2019-11-21)
Our host was OneIdentity again, more specifically, Antal Balázs.
Our first presenter was Bertalan’s colleague from FizzCode,
Gerlei Márton (Chief Technology Officer).
Márton talked about advanced topics related to SQL and SQL server.
We started the November at One Identity’s place. Thank One Identity , and Balázs Antal for the venue, and the beer and pizza. All of our workshops in this month will be held at One Identity .
We had three things to talk about this week. The first is you, our attendees. Some of you have been with us for the past two months, and for some of you, this event was the first – but hopefully not the last. We wanted to get to know you better, so we asked everyone to introduce themselves, talk about the connection with Python and Data, and the future goals.
It was really helpful to us, to know which direction we should go next year.
Our second time on CEU was really interesting, because there were three presentations from our side, and one from CEU’s .
Schram Ágnes, the student recruitment manager of the university talked about CEU’s courses, emphasizing the ones in which machine learning is involved. You can read about the courses they offer on their website.
Our fourth workshop took place at CEU. Our host for the evening was András Vereckei & Arieda Muço. András showed us their open source projects facilitating free knowledge transfer in a wide range of collected and curated topics (see links below)
This was an exceptional occasion in multiple aspects: our first workshop in English, the largest number of attendees so far (thanks to the large seminar room provided by our generous host) and this time we only had one presenter for the whole evening.Continue reading BudapestPy Workshops 104 (2019-10-09)
Our third workshop took place at One Identity. Our host for the evening was Antal Balázs, the company’s employer branding specialist.
The first session was Doma Miklós’s introduction to the bokeh library. It provided us good template for creating our own interactive visuals. The figures became more complex as the presentation went forward. Lastly we got a little insight into bokeh’s geo-coordinates.Continue reading BudapestPy Workshops 103 (2019-10-02)
The second workshop picked up, where the first ended. A quick recap from three weeks before: Dóri showed us how to handle a CSV dataset in pandas, how to sort, and count values, rename, remove columns, and tricks like this. She used a Pokemon dataset, which wasn’t just funny, but easy to follow.Continue reading BudapestPy Workshops 102 (2019-09-25)
The workshop was the first since we started the cooperation with the budapest.py meetup group, and it was the 15th we’ve done since January, when we started to study together.
First Dóri talked about Anaconda and Jupyter notebooks, then showed us some basic pandas code for EDA (Exploratory Data Analysis) on a dataset about Pokemons. She walked through us how to get insights from our data, how to slice it, make new entries and lots more.
After some basic visualization and aggregation we found out which Pokémon is the strongest based on our simple analysis. The second part was Berci’s and his Pandas tutorial notebook, which holds over a hundred different pandas functions and examples. He gave a short tour of the notebook. We aim to create some tutorial notebooks to help us focus on understanding the current dataset and spend less time looking up functions. These notebooks are going to help newcomers catch up with returning participants.