Python 3.10 Translation Sprint

Python 3.10 just got released! The official documentation of this incredible version is 52% translated to French. This is a very good start, but we want to do better. From October 25 to November 25, pythonistas of Montréal are working together to translated the Python 3.10 documentation to French. Why …

Category: Sprints
2 months ago

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Call for Speakers for Montréal-Python 88 – Hypnotized Statue

Hi everyone, exceptionally, our September meeting will take place on a Tuesday evening rather than our traditional Mondays to avoid the conflict with the elections. We are looking for presenters for the event. If you work on a Python project, we want to see it. Maybe you have created a …

Category: Event
4 months ago

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PyCon 2021 Videos are online

PyCon took place online this year. We are sad we didn't get a chance to meet our fellow Pythonistas in person, but we are still glad for the opportunity to watch high quality talks from many accomplished members of our community. If you didn't get the chance to watch the …

Category: PyCon
6 months ago

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Montréal-Python 86 – Jubilant Quadriceps

Join us on May 31st for this lunch-time special edition featuring European guests: Łukasz Langa, release manager of Python 3.9 and author of Black with a presentation called: From "it runs" to "it flies": Performance Optimization with Cython; – Vasilis Papavasiliou, DevOps and Backend Engineer at Mist.io with Building a …

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7 months ago

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Montréal-Python 85 – Polite Koala

Join us for the April monthly meeting for the Pythonistas of Montréal on Monday the 19th at 6pm. This month, we have for you: Machine learning in robotics by Nicholas Nadeau; Module of the month: random by Kouame Kofi; Overview of the PyCon 2021 programme by the chairman of the …

Category: Event
8 months ago

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Montréal-Python 84 – Lucrative Olive

When March finally comes to an end, olive trees start flowering and with a bit a luck, the melting snow announces the start of the maple sugar season. When conditions are good, olives and maples are known as more lucrative crops compared to wheat. And talking about good conditions, we …

Category: Event
10 months ago

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PyCon 2021 is looking for presenters

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 …

Category: PyCon
10 months 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 …

Category: Event
11 months 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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a year ago

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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 …

Category: Event
a year ago

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