These are my notes from the August 2012 Melbourne Python Users Group meeting at Inspire 9.
Andrew Walker (DSTO), Daniel Cousens (Swinburne) – “A grab bag of Pythonic computational geometry code”
Andrew and Daniel gave a tag-team test run of their talk for PyCon AU 2012.
Lots of meaty computational goodness, with plenty of interesting examples, including
On my (ever growing) to-do list is to check out
scipy.weave, which allows you to access C++ code within Python.
Richard gave an overview of the PyCon AU conference this month.
Loki from Gravity4 discussed Fruit vs Robot which is due for release soon, and the joys of supporting hundreds of thousands of network connections with gevent.