After a great time at PyCon Canada and the holidays season only a few weeks away, we see this as a great time to get together and talk about Python. We are lucky to welcome both new and returning speakers from the Montreal community. So come and join us:
UQÀM, Pavillion PK 201, Président-Kennedy avenue Room PK-1140
December 5th, 2016
- 6:00 - Doors Open
- 6:30 - Start of the presentations
- 7:30 - Break
- 7:45 - Part 2 of the presentations
- 9:00 - End of presentations. Drinks afterward at Benelux!
Patrick Poirier, Jean-Philippe Beaudet and Shawn Lauzon: "Implementing Matrix"
Matrix defines a set of open APIs for decentralised communication, suitable for securely publishing, persisting and subscribing to data over a global open federation of servers with no single point of control. Uses include Instant Messaging (IM), Voice over IP (VoIP) signalling, Internet of Things (IoT) communication, and bridging together existing communication silos - providing the basis of a new open real-time communication ecosystem.
Federico Ariza : "My Restful Lab"
Using a Rest interface to control an optics laboratory helps to decouple the physical layer (real lab hardware) from the spirit of the tests. The result is an uniform API with greater simplicity for test creation and free portability.
Alexandre Desilets-Benoit: "PPP : Python, Pi(e) and Particle accelerators."
A short overview of how saved 10k$ of research funds by interfacing my beam line at the UdeM linear accelerator with a raspberry pi 3, python (2!), arduino and my salary as a postdoc. A proof that bigger is not always better and that small things can land you on the front page of the university student's journal if you're not careful enough...
Rory Geoghegan: “Module of the month: fileinput”
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