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Montréal Python 2

  • 18th Apr, 2008 at 1:07 AM

The second edition of Montréal Python was held at the Standout Jobs office, upstairs from where I work.

It’s the first chance I’ve had to attend, but I’m glad I did. It’s awesome to see so many people interested in the Python programming language.

When Arach first talked to us about holding a regular gathering of people interested in the language, we were really enthusiatic. At the office, we were bemoaning the fact that it was quite difficult to get in touch with people in the city who really knew the technology we were using. So of course we wanted to help out.

I counted at least fifty people showing up. And I think we’re going to get many more.

Arach Tchoupani
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Cyril Robert
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Yannick Gingras
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18th Apr, 2008 13:14 (UTC)
How are you doing, when it comes to Python?
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18th Apr, 2008 16:34 (UTC)
Oof… Please feel better soon!!!
18th Apr, 2008 14:59 (UTC)
A turnout of 50 is quite respectable!

Is this a sporadic "when you feel like it" event, not a scheduled user group? I get the sense it's a "conference", but I didn't snoop on the website long enough to find out if there's another one scheduled yet.
18th Apr, 2008 16:35 (UTC)
It’s a reasonably regular thing, but as regular as a user group.

I don't think Arach has scheduled the next one yet, but we won’t want to wait too long.
6th May, 2008 06:23 (UTC)
10 years with Python here. Back then people thought I was silly and should have been learning Perl instead. Although somehow I have less use for Python now that I'm in the supercomputing field. :-)

Also, boo!
6th May, 2008 12:45 (UTC)
That is funny.

You know, in my heart of hearts, I still love Perl more. *sigh*
6th May, 2008 20:31 (UTC)
You could see a therapist about that. Right now I really want to get some time to work on parallel Haskell or some other ml derivative.
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