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Best Mike Pirnat podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Mike Pirnat podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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At long last, we finally get down to some Real Talk about Python 3. Inthis episode, Mike and Dave are joined by guests NickCoghlan and Alex Gaynor; our discussion gets into the history ofPython 3's development, why it's compelling, whether it's a failure, and more.We also chat for a bit about Alex's new Cryptography library and thedownfall of "abst…
 
In this episode, we're pleased to catch up with the one, the only, thereal Katie Cunningham to catch up on some great stuff that she'sbeen up to. We chat about the Young Coders tutorial(which you can totally contribute to or helpscale), her Python article for Hour of Code,being good to students who run Windows, her brand-new bookTeach Yourself Pyth…
 
By popular demand, From Python Import Podcast returns from the dead with abrand-new, supersized episode of epicness featuring an in-depth conversationwith Jesee Noller, PSF board member, core developer, chair of PyCon2012 and 2013, and all-around hoopy frood.Over the course of nearly two hours, we get an inside look at the PythonSoftware Foundation…
 
In the latest exciting episode of From Python Import Podcast, we had thepleasure of sitting down withJames Tauber (Pinax, Eldarion),Kenneth Reitz (Requests, The Hitchhiker's Guide to Python, Tablib),and Chad Whitacre (Gittip, Aspen)for an end-of-conference chat at PyOhio 2012. We could try to summarize the conversation here, but it frankly wouldn't…
 
This episode, recorded at PyOhio 2012, features an interview with Catherine Devlin, Eric Floehr, and Brian Costlow about the history and development of the regional conference. Notes follow: Introductions all around. Gladhanding. Bona fides. Poledancing (Not). The history of PyOhio: "This one time, at PyCon..." Fortune favored the bold...let's make…
 
In this episode, we interviewJonathan LaCour,VP of Software Development at Dreamhost,about the cool things they're up to with Python and--dramatic chord--The Cloud. This is the last of our interviews from PyCon, so I guess that means we have toget off our butts and make some more episodes happen. Don't panic--we don'tplan to disappear for a year ag…
 
What do you mean it’s not February any more? Seriously?! Sigh. We know, weknow, we broke our promise again. Life happened–to all of us. We’ll do betternext time (Chris has a plan, you see.) Luckily, the wait is over–we’re back, and with a whopper! Clocking in at amighty 106 minutes, this jumbo deluxe ultra fun-size epic includes ourreflections on r…
 
...or “Make Your Own Episode Title, Since You’re So Clever; I’m Tired andGoing to Sleep Because Codemash Starts in Seven Hours” Broadcasting from high atop the basement of the Buckeye Beer Engine, regular voices Chris Miller, Mike Pirnat,David Stanek, Mike Crute, and Ben Smith are joined by Gary Bernhardt, renowned destroyer of software, for aconve…
 
In this episode Mike Crute, Cory Sitko, and Mike Pirnat enjoy a day at thebeach: not swimming, not making sand castles, but talking about Python. Andyet, we love them. Detailed show notes to follow, once Chris gets off his ass and writes them. Podcast: MP3 OGGBy Mike Pirnat, David Noyes, Benjamin W. Smith, David Stanek, Mike Crute, Chris Miller
 
In this episode of From Python Import Podcast: We learn that Dave Stanek thinks that most of us (and by us, we mean you.Yes, you.) are using decorators wrong. “Balderdash!” quoth the Stanek. “This isall frumious nonsense!” Or something like that. The debate over whether or not we should be adding new code to the Standardlibrary has been raised on c…
 
This is the first of two episodes where we’re going to explore PEP 20, that is,The Zen of Python. Beautiful is better than ugly.Explicit is better than implicit.Simple is better than complex.Complex is better than complicated.Flat is better than nested.Sparse is better than dense.Readability counts.Special cases aren't special enough to break the r…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the podcast! These, my friends, are the ShowNotes. Introduction to Your Hosts David Stanek @dstanek on Twitter Mike Crute @mcrute on Twitter Chris Miller @codeshaman on Twitter / codeshaman on Identi.ca PyCon 2010 Reflections Mike and Chris were impressed by the community and the group focus Ruby sucks. Mike said it.…
 
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