update: Thanks to our generous sponsors Iweb and Microsost Canada, the event is now free of charge.
PHP-Québec, Montréal-Python, Ruby Montréal, W3Qc, and OWASP Montréal are glad to invite you to ConFooBBQ, the BBQ for developers.
Inspired by PHP-Québec's legendary PHP-BBQ, ConFooBBQ offers a unique opportunity to relax and enlarge your network of developers and other actors of the various web development communities in Montréal.
In addition to the traditional hot-dogs, ConFooBBQ will feature the first edition of ConFooBrew, a home brewing contest for geeks! Each user group has the opportunity to elect a master brewer who will represent them with a batch of homebrew beer. Come and taste geek brews such as Hopecode Cache and Pythoune Blanche.
ConFooBBQ will take place in Mont Royal Park, near Smith House on Sunday September 13th at 1h00 pm. ConFooBBQ is a family event; spouses and children are all welcome.
The cost for the food will be $0. On the menu: hot-dogs, chips, salad, soft drinks, cookies, and lots of fun. Food and participation prices are generously offered by Iweb and Microsoft Canada.
If you plan to eat, please confirm your presence by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to include your name, the number of persons, and, ideally, a phone number where we can reach you. No reservation is required for enjoying the ConFooBrew beer contest.
If you cannot find the location, feel free to call Yann Larrivée at 514-581-8497 or Yannick Gingras at 541-800-0138.
The user groups that are involved with ConFooBBQ would also like to announce the ConFoo.ca conference, the largest event on Web development in North America. ConFoo.ca is launching its call for speakers this week, more details are available on the website.
Looking forward to see you there.