I didn’t get to the October Melbourne Python Users Group meeting, but for the record, here is what reportedly happened…
- Ed Schofield gave an update on what’s new in Python this month
- Oliver Nagy talked about his Azrael project, where you “create interactive virtual worlds governed by real world physics”
- John Barham spoke on the Mezzanine CMS – his slides are here
Note that next month’s talk is on November 10th instead of the 3rd, to avoid the Cup Day long weekend.