Python & Data 8 March 2023
Data and Python are to the fore this month as we look at the some of the most significant data projects that Code The City have undertaken in the last nine year, look at the practicalities of gathering data using Python, and look forward to our 28th Hack event which is coming up just over a week later.
The format will be:
- an overview of the previous CTC data projects
- how do we scrape data with Python - look at an existing one and at refactoring code from that
- a quick look forward to CTC28 and the opportunities there
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.
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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.
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Our physical session starts at 6pm with pizza and drinks.
* 6.30pm onwards - a retrospective of CTC bigger data projects * How do we scrape data - fix or refactor an old scraper in small groups * look forward to next week's CTC28 hack weekend and what we can achieve then
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