Learning Python, 4th Edition: Python Learning Reloaded!

Learning Python is a well-written book by an experienced Python trainer that has served the Python community well since the first edition was published, back in 1999. Now at its fourth edition, this book by Mark Lutz arguably continues to be Python's bible. This article reviews the fourth edition ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Ahmed

ConFoo: buy online before Monday for the best rate

Sunday is officially the last day to register for ConFoo at the current price. Actually, that not quite exact because as a way to thank you for reading this blog, we offer you $100 of rebate. Simply follow this link to register at the community rate: http://confoo.ca/pymontreal ...

Category: Conferences
8 years ago

Author Yannick

Follow-up on the second Django sprint

The second Django sprint was another clear success. It was a pleasant surprise to have so many volunteer and we filled the Brasseurs Numériques' office at capacity with 12 sprinters. Thanks to Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie for sponsoring the event and a very special thank to all the sprinters ...

Category: Django
8 years ago

Author Yannick

TurboGears training on 2010-03-09

As we mentioned during the last Montréal-Python meeting, Chris Perkins, core developer of TurboGears2, will be giving a one-day hands on training on TurboGears2 on March 9th. His tutorial covers several parts of TurboGears2 that are common to Pylons so those who were interested by the presentation by Alexandre Bourget ...

Category: Conferences
8 years ago

Author Yannick

User Groups Gathering on 2010-02-05

Next Friday, why not celebrate the end of the week with members of other user groups? Montréal-Python, W3Québec, PHP-Québec, AMUG, Montréal Girl Geek Dinners, and many others invite you for a drink or two at Pub Ste-Elizabeth starting at 6pm.

Category: Conferences
8 years ago

Author Yannick

Review of Learning Python 4th edition

When I first got the book, I was surprised by the number of pages it had (>1000). But still, I managed to finish it relatively quickly because the font is big and the content well organized / spaced. I have also ignored a quite a few pages on how to install ...

Category: Montréal Python
8 years ago

Author Alex

Django translation sprint #2 on 2010-02-15

Given the popularity of the first Django translation sprint, we decided to do it again. The next sprint will be on 2010-02-15 at Brasseurs Numériques' office: 1124 Marie-Anne, suite 11,  Montréal, Qc H2J 2B7 We warmly thank Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie for supporting the event with food and drinks ...

Category: Django
8 years ago

Author Yannick

List of flash presentations at Montréal-Python 11

The list of flash presentation at Montréal-Python 11 is out: David Goodger: BIG & BOLD Slides With reST & S5 Hadrien David: Deploiement sur AppEngine Mathieu Leduc-Hamel: Sprints de programmation et de traduction Mathieu Viau: ConFoo Jobfair Jean Schurger: Emacs pour les Pythoneux Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre: Packaging de projets Python pour ...

Category: Presentations
8 years ago

Author Yannick

ConFoo early bird rate ends soon

There's only a few days left to benefit from the early bird rate at ConFoo. Don't wait and reserve now the opportunity to meet international experts on Web development. At ConFoo, you will get to discuss with famous Pythonistas such as Tarek Ziadé (distribute), Antoine Pitrou (core Python ...

Category: Conferences
8 years ago

Author Yannick

Django sprint follow-up

The django translation sprint was a clear success. A team of eight sprinters worked on the Django documentation and after an intense training session on the toolchain, we were able complete a sizable part of the API documentation. Our coach, Mathieu Leduc-Hamel, did a great job pinpointing the relevent documents ...

Category: Django
8 years ago

Author Yannick