Gauteng Python Users Group
We are a diverse group of (aspiring) Pythonistas from South Africa's Gauteng province. We host monthly meetups, on weekends/weekdays, where we connect with each other and discuss anything Python related.
Besides our monthly meetups, most discussions happen in the GPUG Google Group.
Check out our site for announcements and blog posts.
This is a group for anyone interested in agile project and development practices and techniques. All skill and experience levels are welcome. We aim to hold a meetup on the last Thursday of every month, alternating between an early evening session usually centered around a talk or a workshop and an early morning "Lean Coffee" session. We look forward to seeing you at our next event!
This group is for anyone interested in Agile software development. We have a monthly talk that covers all topics from Agile Software development aimed at all levels. If you are a scrum master, product owner developer, analyst or anyone interacting with teams who develop software come and share in learnings from the community. www.sugsa.org.za
This a group for anyone interested in developing applications for Android. I started this group to meet like minded individuals and to help others start developing for Android. Looking forward to making great apps
The Jozi Java User Group (Jozi-JUG) is a Java User Group which meets monthly on the last Monday of every month in and around the Johannesburg area.
The Jozi Java User Group is for those who are interested in physically meeting to discuss Java and related technologies. Anyone is welcome, no matter where you live, age and skill level!
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