Portland Python Workshop

From OpenHatch wiki

Welcome to the first Portland Python Workshop for Women and their friends!

This workshop is running in the afternoon of Saturday, July 28th, and all day Sunday, July 29th at Idealist in Portland, OR. The food and beverage for the event is provided by Decipher.

Check out more photos from past Boston Python Workshops on Flickr.


To attend the workshop, please RSVP through the Portland Python user group. You'll need to create a meetup.com account to RSVP. If you RSVP and then decide that you aren't attending, please update your status through the meetup.com interface so we can notify someone from the waitlist.

You must be able to attend both days of the workshop to participate.

If the event is full, please sign up for the wait list. If spots open up, meetup.com will let you know. We'll also give priority to wait-listers for future workshops.

Venue and Logistics

If you have questions about the event, please get in touch with us by sending mail to pdxpw-staff@lists.openhatch.org.


Idealist is hosting this event. Idealist is located at:

209 SW Oak St.
6th Floor
Portland, OR 97204

Transportation and Parking

  • Nearest MAX station: Blue/Red line - Oak/SW 1st, Yellow/Green line - SW 5th & Oak St.
  • Nearest Bus lines: Too many to list
  • Plan your public transit trip at Trimet.
  • On-street metered parking
  • Parking lots/garages at 3rd & Oak, 3rd & Pine, 2nd & Oak, 2nd & Stark, 1st & Stark, 1st & Pine

Dietary restrictions

Decipher is providing lunch on Sunday. If you have dietary restrictions, please include them with your RSVP to the event or e-mail us as you RSVP.

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About our Hosts

Based in Portland, OR and New York, NY, Idealist is a nonprofit that helps people all over the world turn their good intentions to action. (It's also a website built on Python that welcomes about 100,000 unique visitors every day.)

Visit www.idealist.org to connect with 71,000 organizations; 8,000+ jobs; 12,000+ volunteer opportunities; and 460,000+ people who want to make the world a better place.