EuroPython is a community-driven conference, we wouldn't be able to make as much impact without the support of our brilliant Community Partners. Get to know our partners better below (alphabetical order).
Coding Grace provides diversity-friendly workshops and events in an environment for developers and aspiring developers mentored by diverse instructors from the industry. We also advocate Irish diversity in tech through monthly newsletters and curated tech event listings from around Ireland.
Let's teach you how to think like an engineer, code applications ready for public release, and become the builder of things that you want to be.
A meetup for all who are interested in data science and applied statistics. We cover - Statistics, Machine Learning & Analytics. Major languages used include SQL, R & Python, but we're always open to new tools.
We’re a community of like-minded individuals in Dublin with a passion for Linux and all things free (as in free speech) and open source software. Whether you’re a seasoned Linux user or someone who would simply like to learn more please feel free to come along to one of our regular meetups.
We love to build things with Linux! Come share projects with us that you have made with Linux, find out what Linux projects other people are working on, ask questions and meet new people. We welcome Raspberry PI projects, what you built with an old server scheduled for the bin, Linux on bare metal and virtual machines in the cloud are all welcome equally.
Farset Labs is a community funded and volunteer operated charity, opened in 2012 as a place for creativity and technological tinkering. We’re open to everyone, no matter what you want to do, and we welcome people from all walks of life to use our space, come to our events, and get involved with the maker community in Northern Ireland.
Belfast GDG aims to provide something interesting every month either based on or related to the technology and services that Google offer. GDG stands for Google Developers Groups and is a platform offered by Google Developers to support community-run developer groups
PyBelfast is a group for anyone with an interest in the Python progamming language. We are dedicated to the encouragement of all things to do with the Python programming language in Belfast. This involves helping each other, discussing topics and sharing information.
We are the first Irish group of the international PyLadies. Our focus is to help more women become active participants and leaders in the Python open-source community. Our mission is to promote, educate and advance a diverse Python community. PyLadies Dublin also aims to provide a friendly support network for women and a bridge to the larger Python world. Anyone with an interest in Python is encouraged to participate!
Python Ireland is the Irish organisation representing the various chapters of Python users. We organise meet ups and events for software developers, students, academics and anyone who wants to learn the language.
TOG is a hackerspace based in the centre of Dublin, Ireland. It is a shared space where members have a place to be creative and work on their projects in an environment that is both inspiring and supportive of both new and old technologies.
We believe in the power of our community, based on mutual support, caring, and sharing to bring awareness, inspire and educate next generations. Be a part of this powerful group of volunteers and actively change the role of women and minorities in AI.
Women Who Code Belfast is part of a global non-profit, Women Who Code, dedicated to inspiring women to excel in their technology careers. We aim to connect, support and encourage our community through providing education programs and social events, often with industry and community partners. We welcome anyone to the Belfast network regardless of their tech and career journey.
Women Who Code inspires women to excel in technology careers. Like every other city, Dublin Women Who Code has its own unique culture and local leaders rise to be both leaders of movement and leaders of the industry, paving the way for the new face of tech.
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