Montréal-Python 49: Kaleidoscopic Lunette

For the the begining of fall, we are proposing subjects ranging from open data, to SciPy and Django, walking by Docker and finally Go-lang. What a program for one evening. Before that we'll have Rory presenting the module of the month pyp and Brice Salmon will come present how ...

Category: Event
6 days ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

Montréal-Python 48: Incorrect jiujitsu - Call for speakers

Pythonisthas from Montreal, it's time for us for our back to school special. We are coming back from our summer vacation and we are hosting our next meetup at the offices of our friends from Shopify on St-Laurent street on Tuesday September 23th at 6:30 pm. We especially ...

Category: Event
2 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

PyCon 2015: Call for Proposal is open !

The PyCon organizers are thrilled to announce the opening of PyCon 2015's Call for Proposals for talks, tutorials, and posters! We've seen a lot of growth in response to our CFP over the years, and our program committee is expecting a ton of proposals this time around. In ...

Category: PyCon
2 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

BBQ with Yuldev

Summer is already half way done and the entire Montreal-Python team is taking a well deserved time off in the sun! In that spirit, we are thrilled to invite you and your family to a friendly BBQ, co-organized with YulDev, the Montreal-based developer meetup group. The location of the event ...

Category: Event
3 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

Montréal-Python 46: Electronic Frontier

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the 46th edition of Montreal Python's meetup. We have the great privilege to host 2 talks on operating systems. Frédéric Harper will present Firefox OS for mobile and Jacob Cook will present ArkOS for the Raspberry Pi. Following the ...

Category: Event
5 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

Call for Speakers, Montréal-Python 46: Electronic Frontier

We are happy to announce our next meeting, Montréal-Python 46: Electronic Frontier, will be held at UQAM on Monday, May 12th. It's such a pleasure, just a couple of weeks after PyCon, to come back to community and share what we've learned. Please don't forget to have ...

Category: Event
6 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

Montréal-Python 45: Cacophonic Dumpling

Good news, everybody! All the Python people will shortly converge to town. We will seize the opportunity to invite a broad audience --all of you Pythonistas in town-- to our good old monthly meeting. We are pleased to join forces with DevOps Montréal to offer a great event. We will ...

Category: Event
7 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

PyCon 2014 Sponsor Workshops

During PyCon, We will have the opportunity to attend workshop offered by our conference sponsors. PyCon 2014 is proud to work with our sponsors to help offer workshops of an hour and thirty minutes during the PyCon's tutorials. Please note that you required to register but it is highly ...

Category: PyCon
7 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

Montréal-Python 44: Conditional Brief

Just when you thought there would no more of our great presentation nights planned because PyCon was at our door, we are here to prove you wrong with one more meetup before PyCon and this one is going to be big. This edition once again will show how diverse and ...

Category: Event
8 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel

Sign up for Young Coder tutorials!

While attendees at PyCon have traditionally been adults, Python's use had long spread to more than adults in the workforce. Colleges have been teaching Python for years, high school students have been using Python for projects, and programming books for kids have become quite popular. In 2012 we cut ...

Category: Conferences
8 months ago

Author Mathieu Leduc-Hamel