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This is a weekly study group for anyone who wants to improve their coding abilities. You will be able to code quietly, get help, help others, and learn. People of all identities are welcome. Wifi information is sent to you in a text message at check-in. After checking in with security, head upstairs to find the group.
For questions about this meetup, please message @Miriam @Leila_Kordestani or @Stephanie_Cherubin through the PyLadies Slack workspace.
To join the PyLadies Slack Workspace go to http://slackin.pyladies.com/ Then, join the study group channel "#sunday11-3_sf".
Starting at 12:00 PM:
**Algorithms & Tech Interview Prep with Matthew Sartori**
Will include whiteboarding, Q & A, and mentoring. Come with any software engineering questions you have and let's work on some challenges together!
(Sean Farley will be away this week. Our normal Introductory Python and Deep Learning Tutorials will resume on 5/12)
By signing up for this event you agree to abide by the PyLadies Code of Conduct
Big thanks to Holberton School for giving us a meeting area weekly.
Holberton School is a community-driven school. Read more on the website (https://www.holbertonschool.com/)