We're the NYC chapter of PyLadies, an international community of women and non-binary people in tech.
We host monthly events, talks, and study groups where you can meet other pythonistas and learn more about programming, data science, web development, and more.
All skill levels welcome!
Reshama Shaikh is a freelance data scientist/statistician in New York City. She worked for over 10 years as a biostatistician in the pharmaceutical industry. She is an organizer of the meetup groups NYC Women in Machine Learning & Data Science and PyLadies. She received her M.S. in statistics from Rutgers University and her M.B.A. from NYU Stern School of Business.
Antonia Blair is a software developer based in Brooklyn. Before learning to program, she worked as a writer and art book editor. She is particularly interested in the intersection of art and technology.
Melissa is working towards a PhD in physics at NYU where she uses Python to solve problems related to squishy things. She learns Python by attending workshops and conferences, watching online tutorials, and putting her skills into practice by attending hackathons and data science challenges.
Yisselda Rhoc is a software developer and contractor at Google.
Prithvi is a data scientist in NYC who is passionate about using data science to improve the world and advancing women in STEM. She enjoys working on data side-projects and her favorite tools are Python & SQL. As a lifelong learner, she loves learning new technologies and wants to use her skills to solve challenging problems.
A detailed overview of the PyLadies organization, with member statistics, chapter details, and history.
By Prithvi Gandhi and Reshama Shaikh.
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PyLadies is an international mentorship group with a focus on helping 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 through outreach, education, conferences, events and social gatherings.
To learn more, visit the PyLadies website.
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If you would like to give a tech talk, demo, or workshop, contact us at [email protected].
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