Montréal-Python 36: Trigonometric Tergiversation

Montréal-Python crew is back from PyCon! We're inviting you to Montréal-Python 36: Trigonometric Tergiversation, our monthly presentations evening organised by the Python community in Montreal. Come meet us on Monday, the 8th of April, 2013 at UQÀM. We are immensely honored to host a broad array of speakers from ...

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5 years ago

Author Rory

Montréal-Python 35: Serpentine Symbology

Python meets science at UQÀM on the 25th of February for our 35th monthly mini-conference, nicknamed Serpentine Symbology. We’re immensely honored to host a broad array of speakers on diverse topics: Jonathan Villemaire-Krajden: Using NLTK Mahtab Ghamsari-Esfahani: PyBrain, a modular machine learning library for Python Marianne Corvellec: Transforming Lena ...

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5 years ago

Author Éric

Montréal-Python 34: Robotlike Rephrasing

Join us on Monday, January 21th for Montréal-Python 34, Robotlike Rephrasing, our first event of 2013. The videos of our last meeting, MP33, are now available on our Youtube channel at: We would like also to thanks Savoir-Faire Linux for their help and their work on vidéos. http://www.youtube ...

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5 years ago

Author Mathieu

Montréal-Python 33: Qualified Quasar

Join us on the 26th of November for Montréal-Python 33, Qualified Quasar, our third event for the 2012-2013 season. We are just back from PyCon Canada and all we can say is that everyone we've met there were very excited to come visit us in Montreal for PyCon 2014-2015 ...

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5 years ago

Author Mathieu

Montréal-Python 32: Prehistoric Panorama

Join us on the 22th of October for Montréal-Python 32, Prehistoric Panorama, our second event for the 2012-2013 season. Our champions will give you an exclusive preview of the talks they will present at the first ever PyCon Canada in November. The show starts at 6pm at Studio XX, a ...

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5 years ago

Author Mathieu

Montréal-Python 31: Orchestral Onomatopoeia

With a bang, Montréal-Python is coming back to you after the summer break with the loudest MP meeting to date. Join us on the 17th of September for Montréal-Python 31, Orchestral Onomatopoeia, our first cannon shot of the 2012-2013 season. Come join us at 6pm at Concordia University for topics ...

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5 years ago

Author Mathieu

Montréal-Python 30: Nootropic Nutrients

If you listen to mainstream media and notorious market analysts, you are lead to believe that simply using Python is enough to make you deliver code ten times faster. Obviously, this simplistic view of the world fails to take into account the constant battle with the U.S. Fish and ...

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5 years ago

Author Mathieu

Montréal-Python 26 : Jolly Justification

OH! OH! OH! Monday, December 19th, 6 days before christmas, Montreal-Python is inviting you to their last 2011 meeting, at UQAM, Sherbrooke building, room SH-R810, 200 sherbrooke west. The event is free and even though we can't serve a four course meal, snacks will be provided. Once again, there ...

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6 years ago

Author Mathieu

MP-25: Inadvertent Indentation

Python is a powerful agile language that surprises us by its suppleness and the ease with which we can use it to solve complex problems in just a few lines of code. This month, we are exploring unexpected and unconventional uses of Python across many domains. We are inviting you ...

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6 years ago

Author Mathieu

Montréal-Python 24 - Harmonious Hacks - 2011-10-24

Winter is coming, the terraces are closing but Montréal-Python is gearing up for a new (most likely) epic meet! This time, we're moving away from societal debates and we go back to Python's youth in us with a special meet about video games. We're inviting you all ...

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6 years ago

Author Mathieu