Welcome to the PySlackers community!
Here, you'll find a collection of community-specific resources such as rules, codes of conduct, locations of team services, etc.
If you are a new PySlacker,
PySlackers are constantly looking for ways to improve their Python skills. If this is you, but aren't sure what your next step should be, consider:
- taking a look at our community projects and helping resolve issues or adding features
- reading suggestions about books, code challenges, and programming languages that complement Python
About the PySlackers Community
PySlackers is dedicated to building and enabling the global Python community by providing a safe and inclusive place to learn, share, and grow as a Pythonista.
Ours is a rapidly growing, global community of Python enthusiasts whose members possess a wide range of familiarity with the language - from those who are just beginning to learn it, to those who have been using it for far too long.
Currently, Over 15,000 people strong:
- students, professors
- hobbyists, developers
- data scientists
- hiring managers, recruiters, CEO's
... all PySlackers.
Anyone with an interest in Python has an open invitation to this community. Whether because of a school project, a task that you wish to automate at work, or because you are a Python developer or IT recruiter looking to network, you are welcome to join.
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