Marcos Dione: interesting-pycon-talks

Datetime:2016-08-22 22:28:21          Topic:          Share

Like I said in my last post[1], I'm looking at last PyCon 's videos . Here are my selected videos, in the order I saw them:

Ned Batchelder - Machete-mode debugging: Hacking your way out of a tight spot . In fact, I saw this twice.

Larry Hastings - Removing Python's GIL: The Gilectomy

The Report Of Twisted’s Death or: Why Twisted and Tornado Are Relevant In The Asyncio Age

How I built a power debugger out of the standard library and things I found on the internet

Davey Shafik - HTTP/2 and Asynchronous APIs

Sumana Harihareswara - HTTP Can Do That?! Points for informative and funny.

Matthias Kramm - Python Typology Types are comming, so get used to them.

Scott Sanderson, Joe Jevnik - Playing with Python Bytecode Nice, very nice trick. I'm talking about the way the presentation is given.

Brian Warner - Magic Wormhole - Simple Secure File Transfer

And of course, the lighning talks. I always like these, because you can get exposed to any kind of things, some not even remotely connected to Python, but which can get your brain rolling down nice little bunny holes, or at least get a smile from you. So here:

LT#1 . Please watch it at least between 20-25m.




And of course, check the other ones, don't stop at my own interests.

[1] Yes, I started writing this a month ago.