Aberdeen Python User Group December 2022
For December at Aberdeen Python User Group, we have a special coding challenge (suitable for all levels of experience from absolute beginner to expert) by Lee A. Christie, a Research Fellow researching Computational Intelligence at Robert Gordon University’s National Subsea Centre.
The task will be to write an AI for a simple game, created for this event. The details will be announced on the night we will begin with a short presentation walk-through for how to get started.We will provide support for you are encouraged to BYOL (bring your own laptop).
If you don’t already have Python set up, we can help you with that too. Coding in pairs or small groups (especially mixing beginner and more experiences coders) is strongly encouraged, though you can also code solo.
This event is orgnanised by a charity - Code The City. CTC suggests a small donation to help with charity admin costs, but if this is a barrier please just change the ticket price to what you can afford.
We're now back to planning physical events backed up with an online option.
If you select a physical ticket and it happens that we can not meet physically you will have to attend the Zoom session. If you choose a physical ticket and it goes ahead you will have to comply with any conditions of attendance (eg masks or social distancing) that the venue operators demand at the time.
Those attending the physical space meetup should attend at 6pm for pizza and drinks. The coding session (for online attendees) will be from 6.30pm. Doors will be locked from 6.30pm.
If tickets are sold out please do not attend as you will be refused entry without a ticket.