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New Python Users Group in Lebanon LIPUG

Users of the Python programming language meet periodically in so-called Python User Groups. Intermediate and advanced users share how they use the language and learn new tricks; they also welcome beginners and help them step in. It is a great place to ask for help and socialize with other people with a similar interest. Meetings are usually once every month, they are very informal and open to everyone.


The Lebanese Python Users Group is an online group, hosted at github to share, exchange ideas, howtos, snipets, ... in many fields of the Python ecosystem


* Functional paradigm

* OOP Object paradigm

* Reactive programming

* Data Science

* Machine learning

All person and all ideas are welcome.


This group will start with the students of the ISSAE Cnam Liban

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