Notes from MPUG, Oct 2014

I didn’t get to the October Melbourne Python Users Group meeting, but for the record, here is what reportedly happened…

  1. Ed Schofield gave an update on what’s new in Python this month
  2. Oliver Nagy talked about his Azrael project, where you “create interactive virtual worlds governed by real world physics”
  3. 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.

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