PyLadies Melbourne
Melbourne women who like programming in Python

About


Welcome to PyLadies Melbourne! We are the Melbourne chapter of a global network of women interested in the Python programming language. If that's you, please join us! We welcome everyone from professional Python developers to newcomers, curious weekend dabblers, and self-taught part-timers. We meet at least once a month.

We intend to be inclusive of both cis and trans women. We aim to organise events with a feminist sensibility - one that centres women's experiences and voices. Currently, we ask that only women attend our events, although check individual events to confirm.

The PyLadies Melbourne chapter was founded by Brianna Laugher (@pfctdayelise) in 2016.

Events


We have a monthly meeting, on the third Monday of each month. Please join our meetup group and RSVP to meetups there.

Events are subject to the PyLadies Code of Conduct.

Sponsors


offer classes and workshops for people who want to up their tech skills. They provide our excellent venue, as of June 2016. Thank you GA!

do interesting things with mathematics and Python. They cover our catering as of June 2016. Thank you Biarri!

Thanks to Silverpond who hosted and helped cater our first two meetings. If you are interested in functional programming, data science or a nice coworking space in the CBD, check them out!

Venue


Our monthly meetings are held at General Assembly Melbourne, Floor 12A, 45 William St in the CBD. It's on the corner of Flinders Lane and William St. A short walk from Southern Cross station, #55 tram or any Collins St tram.

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