Presented by:

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Jeff Silverman (jeffsilverm@gmail.com)

from PuPPy

I got my first personal computer in 1969. From there, I have fascinated by ones and zeros, although I don't know why because if you've seen one one, you've seen them all and the zeroes are nothing to look at, either. I've worked at Boeing, Mathsoft, the UW, Real Networks, F5 Networks, Google, Sweetlabs, Impinj, and now I am Juniper Networks.

No video of the event yet, sorry!

Python 3.6 has a bunch of cool features, but you have to know what they are if you are going to take advantage of them. My talk is going to focus on what is new and why they are "cool" and you should use them.

I am also going to discuss the decision criteria you should use when making the decision about what which version to use when implementing your python software projects.

Date:
2017 October 6 - 15:30
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Room 3199
Conference:
Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2017
Language:
Track:
Programming
Difficulty:
Medium

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  2. Start Time:
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    Room:
    Room 5102

  3. A Brief History of I/O
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    Room:
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  5. Introduction to the Godot Game Engine
  6. Start Time:
    2017 October 6 15:30

    Room:
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  7. Open Source: Worldwide Communities
  8. Start Time:
    2017 October 6 15:30

    Room:
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