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Tuesday
Apr 25
Special Screening CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap
Nashville Technology Council

Join us as we engage the Nashville Tech community in a conversation about the gender gap. We'll be screening CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap followed by a panel discussion with some of the most exciting women in IT in Nashville. You won't want to miss this event! We'll be at the newly renovated offices of the Nashville Tech Council (NTC), and in addition to a great film and some engaging discussion, we'll have snacks and beer on tap courtesy of Jackalope Brewing Company. Come with your thoughts and questions - we are eager to hear from you!

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/special-screening-code-debugging-the-gender-gap-tickets-33465417966

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Angular 2 Deep Dive (w/ Chris McKnight)
RANDA Solutions

This talk will help the audience go from zero to Angular using the Angular Cli. We will discuss the building blocks of an Angular application and touch on RxJS (asynchronous streams) and the HTTP service. Next, we will look under the hood of Angular's decorators. Finally, the presentation will conclude with tips, tricks, and best practices to help ease application development. 

If you have a few minutes, please fill out the following brief survey before the talk: https://goo.gl/forms/XBSRp32GrI4YePzr2



Things to cover: 

• Brief introduction to the Angular Cli (@angular/cli on npm) 

• Briefly discuss the main parts of an Angular application: Modules, Directives, Services, and Pipes

• RxJS

• The HTTP service

• Best Practices

About Chris

 I started building applications in C++, Java, and PHP around 2005 while in high school. I obtained a degree in Computer Science from Louisiana State University in 2011. During my time at LSU, I worked tech support and built out some custom applications in PHP & JS for LSU Residential Life. After a few years, I landed a software developer role at an IT and software development company before graduation. I gained a breadth of skills in technologies and project management from working at a software consultancy. I decided to move to a city with a larger tech community. In October 2016, I ended up moving to Nashville for my position at Franklin American Mortgage Company to work on a PHP and Angular application.

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Wednesday
Apr 26
Developers Social: Code&Breakfast!­
Ah So Designs

How about a little php with your pancakes, or some html on your bagel? 

Developers and Aspiring developers, please come and join us for a morning social hour as we hangout and talk shop. From 8am to 9am we will open the floor to anyone who has questions about their code.

We will have sausage, pancakes, bagels, bananas, oranges and orange juice. Please feel free to bring food if these options are not on your menu. 

Topics are always welcome! We are looking for anyone that might be interested in giving a presentation. If you're interested leave a comment or email us.

Thanks to our Sponsor AllMyWebNeeds

All My Web Needs is a Nashville web design company that understands small businesses and their needs.


https://allmywebneeds.com/

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Nashville PHP BBQ Lunch
Jack Cawthon's Bar-B-Que

Come out and stimulate your mind, mouth and stomach with some finely-crafted BBQ and good ol' PHP talk.

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User Group Meetup: Flow Power
TechnologyAdvice

Join us Wed, Apr 26 from 5pm-7pm at TechnologyAdvice for our next User Group meetup. Joey Len, Salesforce Administrator at Ennovate Medical and recent Dreamforce speaker, will present for his second time to our group about Flow solutions.

Agenda

5:00pm - 5:30pm : Eat, Network

5:30pm - 6:15pm : Circles of Success

6:15pm - 7:00pm : Presentation 

New to Flows?

Interested in what clicks-not-code process automation features exist in Salesforce other than Workflow Rules and Process Builder? Check out these free resources:

• Trailhead: Process Automation Module

Automation Champion Blog by MVP Rakesh Gupta


Automation Hour Webinar Series (past recordings on YouTube)

• MVP Jennifer Lee's blog posts about Flow

David Litton's blog posts about Flow

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Let us know what you want to learn about and if you're interested in presenting at a future meetup. Contact me via meetup.com or the Success Community.

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Custom Collection View Layouts with Blake Merryman
LunarLincoln

Most of us have used UICollectionViewFlowLayout but have you ever wanted to write your own custom layout? This month Blake Merryman will take us through the intricacies of writing collection view layouts. We'll cover the basics of getting up and running, then move on to more advanced topics like animation and performance.

Blake Merryman is a Senior iOS Developer at Black Pixel. You can find him lurking on twitterposting bad sample code on Github, or just about anywhere else @blakemerryman.

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Meeting Schedule:

6:00 - 6:15 - Pizza & drinks
6:15 - 7:00 - Presentation, Q&A
7:00 - 8:00 - Socializing

Thanks to LunarLincoln for hosting this month!

Feel free to contact Blake Merryman or Addison Webb if you have any questions. You can also find out all the latest updates or ask questions on this Meetup Group or Twitter account. Hope to see you there!

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Thursday
Apr 27
The Iron Yard - Nashville Spring Demo Day!!!
The Iron Yard - Nashville

Graduates from both our Front-End and Back-End Engineering classes will showcase the web applications they've built for their final projects. This is the culmination of their 12 weeks of training at The Iron Yard. Technologies featured in the projects include JavaScript, Ember.js, and Java.

Join us to meet our grads and see what you can accomplish in 12 weeks at The Iron Yard!

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The Iron Yard - Nashville Spring Demo Day!!!
The Iron Yard - Nashville

Graduates from both our Front-End and Back-End Engineering classes will showcase the web applications they've built for their final projects. This is the culmination of their 12 weeks of training at The Iron Yard. Technologies featured in the projects include JavaScript, Ember.js, and Java.

Join us to meet our grads and see what you can accomplish in 12 weeks at The Iron Yard!

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Logging beyond /dev/null -- ELK Stack for Log Visualization and Analysis
Emma Bistro

This month, Eventbrite's Will Gaggioli shares his knowledge with us, and does so in the sardonic way only he can:

In this exhilarating tale Will shall demonstrate the thrilling ways in which one can use application logs to understand client usage patterns, analyze application performance metrics, and for general debugging. We begin by setting up a simple ELK stack in a docker environment and discuss the options for configuration and deployment. We shall dive into the visualization capabilities of Kibana as applied to some demonstration web application logs. Finally, we set up a simple flask application and discuss means of incorporating logging into your application for debugging, monitoring, and performance analysis. Technologies we discuss will include (but not be limited to) Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Filebeat, Structlog, Python logging, Docker, and Flask.

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Let's Build a React Native App!
Flatrock Coffee, Tea & More

In this session, we're going to build a React Native app together. It should go over the basics of setup and hopefully get us to a working "hello world" app, but maybe a little more interesting.

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Thursday
May 4
Open Data and Citizen Science
Nashville Technology Council

Wansoo Im from Meharry Medical College will give a talk about Open Data and Citizen Science at the new NTC Tech Hill Commons meeting space.

Dr. Im is Associate Professor of Family & Community Medicine at Meharry Medical College and Director of the National Community Mapping Institute within the Health Disparities Research Center of Excellence (HDRCOE) at Meharry. He specializes in developing decision support systems using a public participatory approach to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He has pioneered the use of interactive, web/mobile-based GIS to support community-based participation and research on a wide range of social and environmental issues. Dr. Im previously served as co-director of the Environmental Health Core of the HDRCOE at Meharry. He joined the faculty at Meharry Medical College on a full time in 2016 to lead the National Community Mapping Institute and curate public health exposome data with complete metadata.

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Saturday
May 6
Free Code Camp
Nashville Library Website
FreeCodeCamp: May Meet Up
Nashville Library Website
Monday
May 8
May Meeting: Panel Discussion of Working Mothers in Tech
Eventbrite

Full list will be posted closer to the meeting.

This Monday’s Topic


This month we will have a panel discussion, led by NWP members that are working parents.  They will discuss what it's like to continue a technology career after having children, as well as specifics of what has worked for them as both parents and technologists, and the pros and cons of various working arrangements.

Are you a working parent?  Please come prepared to share your experiences, too!

Panelists:


Ann Howard

Ann Howard is the Lead Link and a Managing Partner at Centresource, a 14-year-old software product management shop in the Germantown neighborhood of Nashville. She has worked as a rainmaker and as a consultant focused on technology, operations and finance.

She moved to Nashville in 2010 with her husband Adam. They have two girls, 6 and 2, and live in the Inglewood neighborhood of East Nashville.

A full list of panelists will be shared closer to the event


Skill Level (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) 

Any

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MORE INFO: 

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Where

Eventbrite Nashville

Cummins Station

209 Tenth Avenue South

Suite 302

Nashville, TN 37217 


Parking

See more details in the Parking section below. 


How To Find Us  

Use the South Lobby entrance by the Cinco de Mayo restaurant. You will see the Eventbrite first floor office straight ahead. Take a right at the first hallway and take your first left, which leads to elevators. Take the elevator to the third floor and enter the door straight ahead. If you have trouble finding us, please email [masked] and we will come to find you.


Meeting Agenda 

5:30-6:15 – Arrive, Socialize, Hack, Eat Snacks

6:15-6:30 – Introductions, Announcements

6:30-7:30 – The Main Event: Coding, Learning, Speaker, Q&A, Etc.

7:30-8:00 – Wrap Up


When

Every second Monday, 5:30pm-8:00pm. For the most updated meeting information, check this Meetup event page.


Why

This group is hosted by women programmers with the goal to build a welcoming environment to learn and to grow diversity in the programming field. 


We have three main goals:  


1. Connect women programmers and supporters so that we can have friends with whom to attend other programming events in town. 


2. Facilitate discovery and learning of new tech subjects from a speaker who has spent time studying, compiling, and translating information so a beginner to that topic can understand. 


3. Provide an encouraging space where people can gain speaking experience, and hopefully go on to speak at local user groups, conferences, etc… thus increasing minority visibility and inspiring other underrepresented people in tech. 


Who

We embrace the Lambda Jam Conference Diversity Policy and welcome people of any gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, size, nationality, sexual orientation, ability level, neurotype, religion, elder status, family structure, culture, subculture, political opinion, identity, and self-identification. 


What to Bring  

- A laptop, tablet, smartphone, or pen/paper if you would like. None of these are required though.

 - Questions on any tech topics or careers in tech. 

- Any guests who are also interested in learning to code and/or increasing diverse participation in tech.  

- Our meeting overlaps with dinner. Feel free to bring a packed meal or pick up something on the way there. 


What to Expect  

- Free to attend. 

- Free internet. 

- Our group has adopted the Hacker School Social Rules. We seek to provide an environment of encouragement, openness, and support so all who attend can feel comfortable, welcome, and free to ask questions and grow.  


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PARKING: 
(Listed starting with cheapest options) 

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Bike Parking 

Free bike parking is available in front of Cummins Station. Don't forget your bike lock and reflectors for riding home at night!  

Less Than $1 or Free Street Parking

All of the parallel parking spaces along the front of Cummins Station (and the nearby streets) are free after 6pm. A few of these spots are reserved for valet in the evenings, so if you see a valet sign, park elsewhere.

If you arrive earlier than 6pm, put in just enough exact change to cover you until the spots turn free at 6PM.

Paid Lot Parking - Further, But Less Expensive 

The Frist parking lot, across the street from Cummins Station, is the cheapest paid parking option.

Rates: $1.50 first 1/2 hour; $6 first hour; $3 each additional hour; $24 daily max; Special events pricing as posted.

Note: this parking lot is on the north side of Cummins Station, and Eventbrite is on the south side. However, you can enter Cummins Station from the North and walk through the inside of the building to get to the Eventbrite office.

More info on The First parking lot: http://www.parkitdowntown.com/nashville/frist-lot-ii

Paid Lot Parking - Closer, But More Expensive 


Two paid parking lots are available directly across from Cummins Station. Last time we inquired, the rates was $6/hour after 5PM, with a maximum evening cost of $12, unless there is a special event pricing in effect.

If you eat in a restaurant in Cummins Station, you can get your parking validated, which reduces the cost to free in many cases.

Details on the[masked]th Ave South parking lot: http://www.parkitdowntown.com/nashville/cummins-station

Details on the[masked]th Ave South parking lot: http://www.parkitdowntown.com/nashville/308-10th-ave-s


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QUESTIONS:  

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If you have any more questions, feel free to contact us, your organizers, via Meetup. We look forward to seeing you!

Website
May Meeting: Panel Discussion of Working Mothers in Tech
Eventbrite

Full list will be posted closer to the meeting.

This Monday’s Topic


This month we will have a panel discussion, led by NWP members that are working parents.  They will discuss what it's like to continue a technology career after having children, as well as specifics of what has worked for them as both parents and technologists, and the pros and cons of various working arrangements.

Are you a working parent?  Please come prepared to share your experiences, too!

Panelists:


Ann Howard

Ann Howard is the Lead Link and a Managing Partner at Centresource, a 14-year-old software product management shop in the Germantown neighborhood of Nashville. She has worked as a rainmaker and as a consultant focused on technology, operations and finance.

She moved to Nashville in 2010 with her husband Adam. They have two girls, 6 and 2, and live in the Inglewood neighborhood of East Nashville.

A full list of panelists will be shared closer to the event


Skill Level (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) 

Any

---------------------------------------------

MORE INFO: 

---------------------------------------------

Where

Eventbrite Nashville

Cummins Station

209 Tenth Avenue South

Suite 302

Nashville, TN 37217 


Parking

See more details in the Parking section below. 


How To Find Us  

Use the South Lobby entrance by the Cinco de Mayo restaurant. You will see the Eventbrite first floor office straight ahead. Take a right at the first hallway and take your first left, which leads to elevators. Take the elevator to the third floor and enter the door straight ahead. If you have trouble finding us, please email [masked] and we will come to find you.


Meeting Agenda 

5:30-6:15 – Arrive, Socialize, Hack, Eat Snacks

6:15-6:30 – Introductions, Announcements

6:30-7:30 – The Main Event: Coding, Learning, Speaker, Q&A, Etc.

7:30-8:00 – Wrap Up


When

Every second Monday, 5:30pm-8:00pm. For the most updated meeting information, check this Meetup event page.


Why

This group is hosted by women programmers with the goal to build a welcoming environment to learn and to grow diversity in the programming field. 


We have three main goals:  


1. Connect women programmers and supporters so that we can have friends with whom to attend other programming events in town. 


2. Facilitate discovery and learning of new tech subjects from a speaker who has spent time studying, compiling, and translating information so a beginner to that topic can understand. 


3. Provide an encouraging space where people can gain speaking experience, and hopefully go on to speak at local user groups, conferences, etc… thus increasing minority visibility and inspiring other underrepresented people in tech. 


Who

We embrace the Lambda Jam Conference Diversity Policy and welcome people of any gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, size, nationality, sexual orientation, ability level, neurotype, religion, elder status, family structure, culture, subculture, political opinion, identity, and self-identification. 


What to Bring  

- A laptop, tablet, smartphone, or pen/paper if you would like. None of these are required though.

 - Questions on any tech topics or careers in tech. 

- Any guests who are also interested in learning to code and/or increasing diverse participation in tech.  

- Our meeting overlaps with dinner. Feel free to bring a packed meal or pick up something on the way there. 


What to Expect  

- Free to attend. 

- Free internet. 

- Our group has adopted the Hacker School Social Rules. We seek to provide an environment of encouragement, openness, and support so all who attend can feel comfortable, welcome, and free to ask questions and grow.  


---------------------------------------------

PARKING: 
(Listed starting with cheapest options) 

---------------------------------------------


Bike Parking 

Free bike parking is available in front of Cummins Station. Don't forget your bike lock and reflectors for riding home at night!  

Less Than $1 or Free Street Parking

All of the parallel parking spaces along the front of Cummins Station (and the nearby streets) are free after 6pm. A few of these spots are reserved for valet in the evenings, so if you see a valet sign, park elsewhere.

If you arrive earlier than 6pm, put in just enough exact change to cover you until the spots turn free at 6PM.

Paid Lot Parking - Further, But Less Expensive 

The Frist parking lot, across the street from Cummins Station, is the cheapest paid parking option.

Rates: $1.50 first 1/2 hour; $6 first hour; $3 each additional hour; $24 daily max; Special events pricing as posted.

Note: this parking lot is on the north side of Cummins Station, and Eventbrite is on the south side. However, you can enter Cummins Station from the North and walk through the inside of the building to get to the Eventbrite office.

More info on The First parking lot: http://www.parkitdowntown.com/nashville/frist-lot-ii

Paid Lot Parking - Closer, But More Expensive 


Two paid parking lots are available directly across from Cummins Station. Last time we inquired, the rates was $6/hour after 5PM, with a maximum evening cost of $12, unless there is a special event pricing in effect.

If you eat in a restaurant in Cummins Station, you can get your parking validated, which reduces the cost to free in many cases.

Details on the[masked]th Ave South parking lot: http://www.parkitdowntown.com/nashville/cummins-station

Details on the[masked]th Ave South parking lot: http://www.parkitdowntown.com/nashville/308-10th-ave-s


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QUESTIONS:  

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If you have any more questions, feel free to contact us, your organizers, via Meetup. We look forward to seeing you!

Website
Wednesday
May 10
AWS Users Group Lunch

Join us for lunch and AWS Discussions!

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K8s May Meetup
Brentwood Library

Come see a real world example of federated container orchestration using topics discussed in the k8s 1.5 release overview. Will also provide git hub access to the code so you can run it yourself!

More details to be provided shortly.

Pizza and beer to be provided.

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Thursday
May 11
NashDotNet Monthly Meeting
Corizon Health's training space

The Nashville .NET User Group meets every second Thursday of the month at Corizon Health in Maryland Farms (Brentwood, TN).

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Agenda

• Corizon opens the meeting space shortly after 5pm so feel free to arrive early

• 5:30pm - Food arrives (first come, first serve)

• 6:00pm - Presentation begins

• 7:00pm - Presentation ends, share job opportunities and candidates

• 7:30pm - Drinks and networking at Corner Pub (710 Old Hickory Blvd, Brentwood, TN 37027 - 3 miles away on the East side of OHB)

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.NET Lightning Talks
Corizon Health's training space

In May we want to hear from you! Is there some aspect of .NET you particularly enjoy? Or perhaps you just want to experience speaking to a large group? Lightning talks give you the opportunity to speak to the group for a short time (less than five minutes, please) on any topic within .NET that you are interested in. Share your knowledge and excitement!

If you want to speak, please email us and let us know your name and topic. We'll create a list of speakers for the May meetup.

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Agenda

• Corizon opens the meeting space shortly after 5pm so feel free to arrive early

• 5:30pm - Food arrives (first come, first serve)

• 6:00pm - Presentation begins

• 7:00pm - Presentation ends, share job opportunities and candidates

• 7:30pm - Drinks and networking at Corner Pub (710 Old Hickory Blvd, Brentwood, TN 37027 - 3 miles away on the East side of OHB)

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Saturday
May 13
Developers in King Arthur's Court
Tennessee Renaissance Festival

Come out and join a group of fellow developers as we enjoy the Tennessee Renaissance Festival. This is a family friendly event with games and activities for all ages.

For more information check out their website http://tnrenfest.com/index.htm

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Monday
May 15
Docker: Optimizing Image Builds with Multi-Stage Builds

Kevin Crawley from Franklin American Mortgage Company will discuss the newly announced multi-staged build feature in Docker and how to leverage this to reduce your image sizes and reduce your security exposure.

Afterwards we'll have a community discussion with what the development community is doing with Docker and what talks the group would like to see in the future.

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Optimizing Image Builds with Multi-Stage Builds

Kevin Crawley from Franklin American Mortgage Company will discuss the newly announced multi-staged build feature in Docker and how to leverage this to reduce your image sizes and reduce your security exposure.

Afterwards we'll have a community discussion with what the development community is doing with Docker and what talks the group would like to see in the future.

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Wednesday
May 24
Nashville Keyboard Meetup
Emma's Bistro Cafe

MechanicalKeyboards.com is sponsoring a Nashville Meetup on 5/24 at 6PM at the Emma Bistro. The Emma Bistro is located at 9 Lea Ave Nashville, TN 37210 and you can get more details about the space at http://myemma.com/bistro. Including a map showing which building it is in. There is plenty of room there to bring your collection and let people play with some different types of boards. We’ll have some giveaways for keycaps, pullers, carry cases etc. The event will be bring your own food, and we can separate the food from the keyboards :) Your babies will be far away from the mountain dew. So join us for a night of sharing our weird love of keyboards.

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Thursday
May 25
May Meetup - Build your own Performance Analyzer/Chaos Monkey

For the May meetup Kevin Crawley from Franklin American Mortgage Company will demonstrate using the TermUI library (https://github.com/gizak/termui) and Docker to build an interactive CLI tool which will load test a HTTP endpoint and introduce chaos monkey functionality to this application. The UI will give realtime feedback on the number of connections, latency, node distribution, and response codes.

He will then demonstrate how he can build the project on a machine that does not have Go installed, using only Docker and Bash.

Note: The month of April meetup has been cancelled. I had no volunteers for speakers and the content I'm planning is not ready. I apologize for the missed meetup, and I look forward to presenting next month.

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Saturday
May 27
Coding Jam
Cafe Coco

Come out and participate in a fun coding challenge with fellow developers. All levels of coders welcomed and encouraged.

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Tuesday
Jun 6
"BLE explained; including BLE 5 and what it means for IoT" by Beat Zenerino
Nashville Technology Council

With BLE 5 on the horizon, now is a great time to brush up on the fundamentals of Bluetooth Low Energy. BLE is already ubiquitous in mobile devices and with BLE 5 quadrupling the range and doubling the download speed it's sure to become even more popular. I will teach you the basics of the BLE protocol, including GAP, GATT and security features. I will also present a BLE 5 demo utilizing some of the new features.


We'll begin the meeting as always with show & tell. So, bring what you've been working on and tell everyone about it.

Need help with your project? Bring it and ask for help.

NOTICE THE CHANGE OF LOCATION. Starting at this meeting will begin having our meetings at the Nashville Technology Council's new Tech Hill Commons space. 

HELP! We've lost our food sponsor and need to find a new one ASAP. In order for us to continue providing food & drinks we either need to find a new sponsor or start asking members to chip in. Please talk to your employers or companies that you work with and see if they might be interested in helping us keep you fully fueled. If you have any ideas for sponsors and would like me to inquire for you, please send an email to [masked]. Additionally, if you would like to make a donation to help cover costs you can do so via PayPal to my same email address or through the MeetUp donations feature. THANKS!

Food & drinks will be served at 6PM. Show & Tell and the presentation will start no later than 6:30.


Come join the fun and invite your friends!

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Thursday
Jun 8
DELTA-AI Overview

Jesse Spencer-Smith of HCA will walk us through his DELTA-AI framework (Data, Enterprise, Leadership, Targeting, Analysts, Adoption, Infrastructure).

Jesse is in a new position at HCA, responsible for developing data scientists and founding new teams across the enterprise. In his new role he has been developing tools to assess the readiness of an organization (department, unit, company) to successfully begin a program based on a modification of the DELTA model by Thomas Davenport. Jess will also address an important, complementary analysis on Opportunity Assessment, which provides a framework within which to evaluate possible data science projects.

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Thursday
Jul 6
Data Science MeetUp Anti-Social
Industrial Strength Marketing

Hi everyone. This is a placeholder for a summer Happy Hour Meetup. Specifics to come shortly. The date may change.

No set agenda for the MeetUp.

Industrial Strength Marketing (ISM) has offered up their offices to get together to network, ask each other questions, and compare notes on projects you are working on.

Please be sure to park on the street for the MeetUp. 5th and Taylor uses the lot in the back for valet during the evenings. There is no sign for ISM. They share the same brick building at the 5th and Taylor restaurant.

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Wednesday
Aug 2
Web Scraping in Python
Corizon Health's training space

Web scraping is a great tool to create datasets to analyze. 
Trey Brooks of Healthcare Bluebook will walk us through the basics of web scraping using python.

Pre-reqs: Basic understanding of HTML and Python

Topics to be covered: 

Basic scrapping: 

Requests: how to form them and what to extract 

Quick survey of: beautifulsoup, lxml, xpath

Intermediate Scraping: 

* Scrapy: Spiders, Request v Response objects, callbacks, Middleware, Items, Pipelines

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Wednesday
Sep 6
A layman's interpretability of random forests versus classical regression models

Ashley Graham of Stratasan will cover layman's interpretability of random forests versus classical regression models. Specifically, how can a data scientist best 'sell' a non-technical audience on the implementation of random forest techniques, in the case that such techniques provide more accurate modelling.
Classical regression models are easy to interpret, whereas many machine learning techniques are often discussed as being 'black boxes.' How does a data scientist best navigate conversations with non-technical audiences when it comes to explaining their methodology of choice?

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