We're the Hamburg chapter of PyLadies, an international mentorship group for marginalized genders, such as but not limited to non-binary people, trans people, and women in tech.
We host monthly events, talks, workshops and study groups where you can meet other pythonistas and learn more about programming, data science, web development, and more.
All skill levels welcome!
Tereza is Lead Data Scientist at Free Now in Hamburg, where she is working on cool projects with inspiring people. She started the PyLadies Hamburg group and is now co-organising regular meetups dealing with data, python and IOT together with some awesome ladies. She is a board member of Python Software Verband and does all sorts of mentoring when needed. In her free time she draws dinosaurs under the label tiyepyep.
Avaré is a Native New Yorker, and works as a Senior Data Science at EOS DID (a subsidiary of the Otto Group). In her former role of EOS Data & Analytics Community Lead, she was responsible for fostering international collaboration among the Data Scientists that reside in 19 countries across the world. Now she works in Data Science operations and focuses on building and deploying models for debt collection. She is Co-Organizer of PyLadies Hamburg. She is also Co-Founder of Givetastic Technologies, which offers Corporations of any size, easy solutions to Make Giving, Fantastic!
Gesa is a Software Developers at ThoughtWorks and before starting to build software for a living she spent a long time reading old Chinese books. Her interest in organizing PyLadies meetups got spiked when one of the participants said she should prepare an IOT workshop. Since then she has embarked on a fascinating DIY with devops journey which she has been presenting at various conferences. She is still trying to figure out what they and computer programs have in common because she finds them both fascinating.
Annemarie works as a senior data scientist in Hamburg and helps building and deploying data-driven business solutions, among other in the logistics industry. She holds a PhD with focus statistics and labor economics and is very curious how (clean and often not so clean) data influences our decisions - from data literacy to data paralysis - and how to change this. She is Women in AI city lead and Pyladies co-organizer. When she is not coding, she likes to dance lindy hop and to discover new places in and around Hamburg.
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.
To connect with other PyLadies members through Slack, join
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If you would like to give a tech talk, demo, or workshop, contact us at [email protected].
If you would like to donate to us, you can donate on page! Yes, donations are to a 501c3 and are therefore tax deductible within the United States of America.
Is your company interested in hosting an event? Fill out our form and we will be in touch!