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Bloomberg is building the world’s most trusted information network for financial professionals. Our 6,000+ engineers are dedicated to advancing and building new systems for the Bloomberg Terminal to solve complex, real-world problems. We trust our teams to choose the right technologies for the job, and, at Bloomberg, the answer is often Python. We employ an active community of more than 2,000 Python developers who have their hands in everything from financial analytics and data science to contributing to open source technologies like Project Jupyter. We also sponsor and host many events for the Python community.
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DEFNA (Django Events Foundation North America) is a non-profit based in California, USA, which runs the DjangoCon US conference. Our goal is to help fund Django events and meetups while promoting Django education and outreach in North America.
We’re the NYC chapter of PyLadies, an international community of women and non-binary people in tech.
We host monthly events, talks, and study groups where you can meet other pythonistas and learn more about programming, data science, web development, and more.
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PyLadies are a group of women developers worldwide who love the Python programming language. We write code by day or night. Some of us hack on Python projects on the side, while others work full-time on Python development. But it doesn’t matter. We all just like writing Python code, and that’s what brings us together.
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The mission of the Python Software Foundation is to promote, protect, and advance the Python programming language, and to support and facilitate the growth of a diverse and international community of Python programmers. The majority of the PSF’s work is focused on empowering and supporting people within the Python community. The pandemic negatively affected the PSF’s finances with the cancellation of PyCon 2020’s in-person conference and lower donations. How can you help? Check out https://www.python.org/psf/get-involved/ for 20+ ways you can get involved and support the PSF and Python community!