September is back and it's for the Montreal Python community to gather again and share exciting new technologies and projects. This month, our friends from Ubisoft are welcoming us into their offices and are going to present to us how they are using Python and how they scaling it at large to powered some of their games.
We are also looking for speakers. It's your opporunity to submit your talk, write us at email@example.com
Ubisoft Offices 5480 St-Dominique Montréal, H2T 1V4
Tuesday, September 27th 2016 at 6pm
The doors are going to be open but you can always let us know if you are coming on our meetup at the following address: http://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/Montreal-Python/events/233763249/
We’d like to thank our sponsors for their continued support:
- Savoir-faire Linux
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This platform will be at the heart of their service and it's entirely based on Django. The project needs volunteers who would like give a hand by contributing to their open platform and pursuing it's development.
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Please grab a ticket on our meetup at the following url: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/Montreal-Python/events/233348153
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