This week, we welcome Eli Bendersky (@elibendersky) as our PyDev of the Week. I have enjoyed reading his blog over the years as he writes some pretty interesting articles on Python. You can see some of the projects he works on at github. Let’s spend a few minutes getting to know our fellow Pythoneer!
This week we welcome Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) as our PyDev of the week. I have enjoyed Ned’s blog for quite some time. He is also the author of the coverage package and is quite active in several Python user groups. Let’s spend some time getting to know more about Ned!
This week we welcome Bryan Oakley as our PyDev of the Week! I’ve met Bryan a few times in various Python-related forums and developer hangouts online. He’s a master at Tkinter and has answered a lot of questions about it (and Python) of StackOverflow and other places. I hope you will enjoy getting to know …
This week we welcome Maciej Fijalkowski (@fijall) as our PyDev of the Week. He is a freelance programmer who spends a lot of time working on the PyPy project. I would recommend checking out some of his work on github. Let’s spend some time learning about our fellow Pythonista!
Today we have Anton Novosyolov (@ForeverYoung_ru) joining us as our PyDev of the Week! Anton is from Russia and has been using Python for a number of years. You can see some what he’s been up to via his github account. Let’s spend a few moments getting to know Anton better!
This week we have A. Jesse Jiryu Davis (@jessejiryudavis) joining us as our PyDev of the Week. I came to know about Jesse through his articles about Python on his blog. He is also employed at MongoDB. Jesse is also a contributor to several Python-related projects, such as pymongo. Let’s spend some time learning more …