Advocacy


Andrea Gavana is this week’s PyDev of the Week. He has been quite active in the wxPython project both as a contributor of original widgets and a great help to many of the people who have asked questions on the wxPython mailing lists. I’ve known him for quite a while. Let’s see what he has to say!

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This week’s PyDev is Tim Golden. He is a member of the Python Software Foundation and a Python core developer. Tim is also a moderator or owner of several Python mailing lists. In April 2013, Tim was the recipient of the Python Community Service Award “for his work on supporting the Windows Management Interface in Python and supporting that code and Windows users generally on comp.lang.python.” He blogs from time to time and I would recommend checking his writings out. Finally, Tim is the author of several Python modules for Windows, which you can read about here.

Let’s spend some time getting to know him better.

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This week we have Doug Hellman (@doughellman) as our PyDev of the Week.  Doug is the author of the Python Module of the Week series as well as the book, The Python Library by Example. Let’s find out what he has to say!

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This week we welcome Dr. Margherita DI LEO as our PyDev of the Week. She is our first PyLady in this series! Let’s spend some time getting to know her!

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This week we have Mariano Reingart as our PyDev of the Week. Mariano co-authored the web2py Application Development Cookbook for Packt Publishing and has recently done a partial port of wxQt for wxPython. Let’s spend some time with Mariano to see what he has to say!

 

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Bhaskar Chaudhary is this week’s PyDev of the Week. He is the author Tkinter GUI Application Development HOTSHOT from Packt Publishing. You can read my review of the book here. Let’s spend some time getting to know Mr. Chaudhary!

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The PyDev of the Week this week is Tim Roberts. While we’ve never met in person, he’s helped me a time or two on several of the Python 3rd party mailing lists, such as wxPython, Reportlab and (I think) PyWin32. He runs his own consulting business and can be contacted by email at the following: timr@probo.com. Let’s spend some time getting to know him!

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This week we have Tom Christie (@_tomchristie) as our PyDev of the Week. Tom is the author of the MkDocs project and the Django REST Framework. Let’s spend some time getting to know more about him.

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This week we have Steve Holden (@holdenweb) joining us as our PyDev of the Week. He has been a Python advocate for a long time and is a former chairman of the Python Software Foundation. Let’s see what he has to say. You can read Steve’s blogs here and here. Steve is also the author/teacher of O’Reilly’s Intermediate Python: Practical Techniques for Deeper Skill Development where you can actually get a 50% discount on any O’Reilly eBook or video by using the following code: AUTHD (good until the end of 2014).

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This week we have Carl Trachte joining us as our PyDev of the Week. Let’s spend some time getting to know our fellow Python programmer!

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