Over the past couple of months, I’ve migrated VPS and a few other side projects to Python 3.
OK, for all the holdouts…
Last night’s IndyPy Meetup was a blast. We had around 25 python developers there and I had the privilege of sharing a little of what I have been working on over the past week or so at DirectEmployers Foundation.
One of the biggest mistakes that technology people make is not going to real educational conferences. When I joined the team at DirectEmployers, the single benefit that mattered to me was this: Going to Djangocon in the fall. Going to PyCon in the spring. Why? I wanted to pick the right employer, and the single […]
You should program in ______ because you can do _______ in less lines of code. Really? More often than not the rate you can do things is determined by the size of the library, not the language itself. There are some exceptions, like concurrent languages that are designed to do things that other languages simply […]