During the talk, I’ll be deep diving into best practices for all Python projects, but I’d like to highlight the top three gotchas to look out for while code reviewing Django applications. By catching these problems early, you’ll save yourself from massive future headaches.[Read More]
|Sep 24, 2019||DjangoCon US||San Diego, CA||Goodbye Print, Hello Debugger!|
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Code Review Skills for Pythonistas - EuroPython 2018 - Edinburgh
Elegant Solutions For Everyday Python Problems - Pycon US 2018
This talk was given at PyCon US 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Are you an intermediate python developer looking to level up? Luckily, python provides us with a unique set of tools to make our code more elegant and readable by providing language features that make your code more intuitive and cut down on repetition. In this talk, I’ll share practical pythonic solutions for supercharging your code.[Read More]
Elegant Solutions for Everyday Python Problems - PyCon Canada 2017
This talk was given at PyCon Canada 2017 in Montréal, Canada.
Are you an intermediate Python developer looking to level up? Luckily, Python provides us with a unique set of tools to make our code more elegant and readable. I’ll share practical pythonic solutions for supercharging your code with tools like Decorators, Context Managers, and Mixins.[Read More]
How to Successfully Grow a Code Review Culture - WebExpo 2016 - Prague
Memory Management in Python - The Basics - PyCon 2016
This talk was given at PyCon 2016 in Portland, OR.
It’s featured as #4 on RealPython.com’s list of Top 10 Must-Watch PyCon talks.
As a new Python developer, trying to understand how memory management works in python can feel like a daunting task.
The documentation immediately jumps into difficult to follow concepts, especially if you don’t have a background in Computer Science.
I’d like to provide a simple, easy to follow overview of the concepts that a developer needs to be familiar with in order to scratch the surface of how memory management and garbage collection works in Python.