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CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier we'd love to invite you (if you have time)
we could also let students know about Python events, if any are organized. perhaps some students would attend them.
and it would be cool to re-start Python meetups
Arsenijs
@CRImier
let's do it! @CaptSolo when are you going to have this seminar?
Arsenijs
@CRImier
I definitely could do a guest presentation, just need to make sure that I have enough hardware to go with it
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier it's a weekly seminar, taking place at 14:30 on Fridays
@CRImier yey, let's do this! :)
@CRImier re. date - you choose (if this Friday time works for you). could be next week, or a week after that, ...
Arsenijs
@CRImier
this Friday certainly won't work, need to actually prepare for this
Arsenijs
@CRImier
what's the lecture format? like, a small room with some people, or some conference room, or something else?
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier oh, i did not mean this Friday (agreed, too soon), but "this Friday time) = if the time on Fridays at 14:30 works for you at all
Arsenijs
@CRImier
ah, sure
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier it takes place in a computer class (students can follow by using either own computers or those in the class)
@CRImier it has a projector + screen
Arsenijs
@CRImier
ok, cool, will think about it, then
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier the format and length is up to you
@CRImier we typically present from Jupyter notebooks, so students can follow using same notebooks on their computers. but that's what fits general Python topics - you approach might be entirely different
@CRImier cool! :)
oh, and the language is English
Arsenijs
@CRImier
ok, that's great
I haven't actually learned to use Jupyter yet =D
will have to check if that's even applicable
what's the OS on computers, Linux or Windows?
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
the class has Windows (have to check version. Windows 10?)
students notebooks may have various OSs
Jupyter is cool for sharing code fragments. you can see the code (and results, if included in the notebook), try running it yourself.
there are services that can run these notebooks in the cloud, too
e.g. here's a notebook about NumPy (rendered "human viewable" courtesy of Github): https://github.com/ValRCS/LU_PySem_2019/blob/master/NumPy/Python%20NumPy_in_class_2019.ipynb
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier it's Windows 10 (in the class)
andis-roze
@andis-roze
weeh ...
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
Mark you calendars: MicroPython lecture by @CRImier this Friday (08.11.2019)
all are welcome to attend
it is a part of Python seminars at the University of Latvia
location: Raiņa bulv. 19, class #336 (3rd floor)
the seminar starts at 14:30 (note: the part about MicroPython will probably start at ~15:00)
andis-roze
@andis-roze
You don't have to be student to be allowed to attend?
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@andis-roze no, anyone can attend
well, if many people attended every time the seminar takes place that might be too much, but guests are welcome
the seminar is in English
andis-roze
@andis-roze
@sol
aah ...
seems that I'll be able to attend :)
Arsenijs
@CRImier
nice!
Arsenijs
@CRImier
see you soon!
andis-roze
@andis-roze
What was the name of the 3$ (1$ with discount) micropython board?
Arsenijs
@CRImier
you can find it by "ttgo t-display esp32"
Arsenijs
@CRImier
that's the "discounted" one
it's $7 normally
the $3 one is just an ESP32 NodeMCU board
CaptSolo
@CaptSolo
@CRImier thanks again for the interesting presentation (about MicroPython)! :)