It is the start of a new year and we've decided that the data science will be honored at our next meetup, the first monthly event of 2015. If you are using Python to manipulate, change, vizualise, analyse or produce data, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for speakers for short and longer presentation (5-45mins).
If you are willing to take this opportunity and come show us what you are doing, send us a blurb and give a small introduction to what you are doing at the following email address:
Monday, the February 9st 2015Schedule:
- 6:00pm — Doors open
- 6:30pm — Presentations start
- 7:30pm — Break
- 7:45pm — Second round of presentations
- 9:00pm — One free beer offered at Bénélux just across the street
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It is the beginning of 2015, and it is a great way to start the new year with a night of coding a unique opportunity to share ideas and do some networking.
We are inviting you to our latest Project Night in the hearth of the Mile-End, at the office of our friends from Plotly.What to expect:
We will begin with a short presentation of the graphs tools developed by the team at Plotly. They will show us some magic they are doing with our favorite language and how to play with their api.
Then, we have a 3 projects that will be represented:
- Introduction à Python https://github.com/mtlpy/mtlpy-workshops
- Team working on the Kaggle competitions http://www.kaggle.com/competitions
- Work on the OpensteetMap Task Manager https://github.com/hotosm/osm-tasking-manager2
- Work on the version 1.1 of Agenda du Libre https://github.com/mlhamel/agendadulibre/issues/33
- Presentation of the YELP YACKATHON (url)
If you have a project, if you need help on a piece of code you are working on, just come and there will be other pythonisthas there to share with.When:
On Thursday, January 22 at 6pmWhere:
At the office of our friends from Plotly (https://plot.ly/)
5555 avenue de Gaspé, Suite 201, Montreal http://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=45.52760&mlon=-73.59880#map=18/45.52760/-73.59880How:
Please register on our eventbrite event at the following address: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/montreal-python-project-nights-9-tickets-15212345535
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