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PyCon, the largest conference on the Python programming language, will be online this year. Some of you may recall the fun of being there when PyCon came to Montréal in 2014 and 2015: being surrounded by like-minded people from all around the world, brushing shoulders with the giants who have …

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3 weeks ago

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Montréal-Python 83 – Minimal Night

February, the month when we type really slowly because of frozen fingers, but also the month when love warms our heart! With bountiful passion for our favourite language, we are putting together Minimal Night, our monthly meeting for February. Join us on February 15, 2021 at 6pm (Montréal time). For …

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a month ago

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Montréal-Python 82 – Natural Magnetism

Greetings, everyone! Have you committed to any resolutions for 2021? At Montréal-Python, our resolution is to learn new techniques with our favourite language. It is with this theme of learning that we are organizing our next event – Natural Magnetism – which will take place on January 11, 2021, at …

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2 months ago

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Montréal-Python #81– Libation Ocre

Surrounded by a cloud of nutmeg and cinnamon fragrances, the sorceress puts the final touch to her creation: a potent potion of Pythonism, which promises immunity against perverted classes hierarchies and neverending compilations. Join us on November 30 at 6pm for Montréal-Python 81 – Ochre Libation – so that you …

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3 months ago

Author Yannick

Montréal-Python 80 – Pedal Kayak

Greetings Python community, October is fast approaching with vibrant fall colour and our favourite apples. This is the occasion to set the table for our 80th event – Pedal Kayak – which will take place this coming October 26. Pedal Kayak will feature a recap of our September code sprint …

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5 months ago

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Quadratic Judo Code Sprint

Montréal-Python 79 doesn't end after our presentation night. For the whole month of September, we code together on free and open source software in Python. Our effort will be centered on two projects: * French translation of the official Python documentation; * Voluntaria, a Django portal to help non-profits synchronize …

Category: Sprints
6 months ago

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Get ready for Montréal-Python #79: Quadratic Judo!

Next Monday at 5:30pm (Montréal time) on our Youtube channel, Pierre-Paul Lefebvre the Canadian Digital Service's new COVID-19 portal and Noël Rignon will tell us about privilege management for a REST API. Yamlal Gotame will also present our next coding sprint. We bring back the yoga break with John Noël …

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6 months ago

Author Yannick

Montréal-Python 79 – Quadratic Judo

Summer nears its end and Montréal-Python is coming back from vacation. Before going back to school or to work, come and tell us what new Pythonic things during the summer. As always, we are looking for passionate people who want to share with the community. Be it about a project …

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6 months ago

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Montréal-Python 78 – Ingenious Rewrite

At Montréal-Python, everyone is welcome. As the Python Software Foundation says it very eloquently: In silence we are complicit. To eradicate racism, xenophobia, and all other forms of inequality, we must take action. It is our responsibility to use our platforms to amplify the voices of the oppressed and marginalized. …

Category: Event
8 months ago

Author Yannick

Montéal-Python 77 – Harmonious Serinette

Pythonistas, Pythonistinas, we sneaked out of our burrows and crawled the Montréal-Python 76 gathering. We would have preferred to meet in person, but the virtual conference revived our passion for Python nonetheless. We had a lot of fun, and therefore we decided to organize a second virtual event! Montréal-Python 77, …

Category: Montréal Python
9 months ago

Author Yannick