Posts tagged 'Meeting Minutes'

January 2017 Meetup Minutes

PyShark in Network Packet Analysis by Rengaraj

Rengaraj's talk covered a way to analyse network requests in Python. He also explained about tools that PyShark is built on.

  • Wireshark -> GUI tool for network analysis.
  • TShark -> A command line tool for network analysis. It uses dumpcap to analyse TCP dump ...

November Meet Minutes

August Meet Minutes

The non-stop drizzle, the quiet IMSc environment and vibrant pythonistas set the context and expectations for the August meetup. However, plans took unexpected turns when the speakers got delayed due to the drizzling rain outside and the traffic created by it. Vijay took the stage to engage the audience with ...

June Meet Minutes

Shrayas: Opened the meeting with house keeping notes. Set the context of meetup.

Understanding Python iterators, generators, by Ranjith:

  • Walked us through Iterators and Generators:
  • Internals
  • Different ways to implement the Iterators and generators.
  • Use case of implementing one.
  • Use of yield.
  • Use of Generator expressions vs list comprehension and ...

May Meet Minutes

After a long time we were back to IMSc Ramanujam auditorium. The meetup Intro was given by Abhishek.

We started with second talk since Shrayas was not available for this meetup.

Introduction to Celery

The first talk was given by Shanmuga. He started explaining how and why he started using ...

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August Meet Minutes

This time around we had about 14 members attending the meet. The meet started with the first talk -- "Unit Tests with Nose".

Unit Tests with Nose

Vengatesh presented the various features of nose framework, comparing them with the 'unittest' module present in the standard library. He showed how the nose ...