OpenCV workshop

The guys at Foulab just told us they were having a pretty cool workshop on OpenCV (CV stands for Open Vision), and -you guessed it- the main programming language will be Python! Here's their introduction: Do you want to make your computer react to light, sound and gestures? Do you …

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Cyril

How much do Python hackers earn?

Part of our mission here at Montréal-Python is to allow more hackers work full time with Python. We're really happy with the state of the Python job market in Montréal compared to how it was a few years ago but too often, we hear about employers and job seekers who …

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

ConFoo and PyCon: end of early bird is near

PyCon and ConFoo published their schedule recently and now is probably the time to decide where you're going to go because you have until next week to benefit from the early bird rate at both conferences. If you don't want to miss Raymond Hettinger showing us how to have Fun …

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

Startup Camp 7

Startup Camp 7 is going to take place on January 20th at Théâtre Telus. Startup Camp is always a good place to learn about what it is to start an Internet business and to meet the high profile entrepreneurs. Maybe you will find someone to join you in this great …

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

Montréal-Python January 5-à-7

Our original plans for January were to have the meeting on the 17th but booking a room in a university at the beginning of the semester is a non-trivial task, not quite unlike renewing an expired passport at Complex Guy-Favreau. Facing the grim prospect of not drinking beer with Pythonistas, …

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

PyCon: the list of selected talks is online

A day or so after ConFoo, PyCon finally unveiled its list of selected talks. With talks such as API Design: Lessons Learned by Raymond Hettinger and Advanced Network Architectures With ZeroMQ by Zed Shaw, PyCon 2011 is going to be a very inspiring event. And on the topic of building …

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

Open Data Hackathon on 2011-01-29

Montréal-Ouvert is organizing a hackathon on open data on Saturday 2011-01-29. This is a great opportunity to showcase how Python can be use for rapid application development.

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

Google AppEngine Hackathon in January

Year One Labs will be hosting a hackathon on Google App Engine on 2011-01-22. With Sean Lynch, an App Engine project manager on-site, it should be a fun time. More infos on the Year One Labs website.

Category: Montréal Python
11 years ago

Author Yannick

Flash Prentations for MP-17

Montréal-Python 17 (code name Apotropaic Archeologist) is next Monday and we have the pleasure to announce the list of flash presentations: Maxime Dupuis on a playlist generator in Python Alok Mohindra on Django debuging strategies Jean Schurger on XMPP and Mercurial Janina Szkut on RESTful API with Django Simon Law …

Category: Montréal Python
12 years ago

Author Yannick