March NewsletterTue 03 March 2015 by David Fischer
If there are articles, jobs or events you'd like to see in the next newsletter or if you have any feedback on San Diego Python, feel free to share with us.
Saturday study group (meetup.com)
San Diego PyLadies and SD Python are continuing the Saturday study group at the Ansir Center. The goal of the Saturday study group is to learn Python together in a collaborative environment.
Monthly Meetup (meetup.com)
Our regular monthly meetup will be held at the Ansir Innovation Center on Thursday March 26 at 7pm. We are doing 5 minute lightning talks. If you are interested in speaking, please contact us or post in the meetup comments.
PyCon 2015 (pycon.org)
PyCon 2015 is being held April 8-16 in Montreal. PyCon is the largest Python conference and there are a number of local San Diegans headed to the conference.
PyData Dallas 2015 (pydata.org)
PyData is a community of data analysts and developers who use open source Python tools for use with Big Data™. The conference is being held in Dallas April 24-26. The call for papers closes next week.
SciPy 2015 (scipy.org)
SciPy's annual conference is being held July 6-12 in Austin. SciPy is a community (and a pretty darn good toolkit) dedicated to open source Python software for math, science and engineering. The call for papers is open.
AWS systems engineer (stackoverflow.com)
BrightScope, a local financial information company in UTC, is looking for an exceptional engineer to help with their AWS infrastructure. They are big San Diego Python supporters.
Linux Sysadmin (maxhire.net)
Are you a Linux Administrator with strong configuration management experience? Eastridge Workforce Solutions, one of the sponsors for our data science funconference, has a client committed to being the leading provider of advanced patient - caregiver solutions and wireless workflow messaging systems for hospitals and other healthcare providers. Must have advanced scripting skills with Python, Perl, Ruby or Bash.
QA Test Analyst (maxhire.net)
Software developer and craft beer enthusiast (workable.com)
Software engineer (intellisis.com)
Intellisis is looking for you, the agile-loving, curious, technology-obsessed Python connoisseur ready to take on new challenges. They're a small company near Torrey Pines and are all-in with Python.
I would also like to thank all the presenters, volunteers and attendees of the Data Science Workshop. The posters and demos given during lunchtime are available. More information and materials will be available over the next week or so.
Would you like to see your job opening on our newsletter that reaches over 900 local Python developers? First, read our job posting guidelines and then send it to us if you would like it to appear in the newsletter or you can post it yourself to our mailing list.
The Python Software Foundation accepts donations on our behalf but there is no obligation to donate in order to highlight your posting here. Five dollars helps and $50 helps a lot. These donations entirely go toward our periodic workshops as well as our meetup.com dues. Also, we are on gittip if you're into that sort of thing.
Did you know that San Diego Python has a chat room? There are some nice folks happy to help or just chat in #sandiegopython on Freenode.