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Python Users\’ Group meeting, February 11th.

  • Dear all,

    The Python Users’ Group (PUG) is back for the Spring semester. For those who haven’t been in our meetings yet, it is good to know that we promote a casual and welcoming atmosphere (usually with some snacks), where people can chat about python, work together or just hang around. We have people in different levels of expertise with lots of beginners excited to learn about Python. Even if you have never done anything with Python, you are more than welcome.

    In this semester, we are going to be meeting the second Monday of every month, always at 6:30pm at the GC Digital Scholarship Lab (room 7414). Our very first meeting will be this upcoming Monday, the 11th. We will play around with the NLTK stopwords and try to figure out what is wrong with it. (if the last sentence did not make any sense to you, don’t worry, we will explain it over there).

    You can check our calendar and learn more about PUG here.

    Also, if you are interested in participate in our meetings, make sure to join our group on the commons. That is the place where we decide the topics to be discussed on each meeting and share other things.

    Hope to see you all Monday.

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