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Michael Kennedy
A Python and MongoDB enthusiast, and an entrepreneur. Host of and , founder of Talk Python Training. Python Software Foundation Fellow.
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Michael Kennedy 3h
Doing a fun (and free) webcast on June 6th, "10 Tools and Techniques Python Web Developers Should Explore" Hope to see you there.
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Michael Kennedy May 17
You're welcome! Glad you got a lot out of the course. :)
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Talk Python Podcast May 17
WebAssembly and Pyodide bring the Python scientific stack to your web browser. Join and on 212
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Michael Kennedy May 17
Hi Tony. The book is basically the book-version of the course. There are differences but not major ones.
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Solomon Hykes Mar 27
If WASM+WASI existed in 2008, we wouldn't have needed to created Docker. That's how important it is. Webassembly on the server is the future of computing. A standardized system interface was the missing link. Let's hope WASI is up to the task!
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Michael Kennedy May 16
Hi personally I do mostly web development and database stuff. Spyder is great for data science but simply doesn't apply much in my world. So I worked on this project with Matt because it's the tool that matters in my world.
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Michael Kennedy May 16
Effective PyCharm Book: Learn the ins and outs of the PyCharm IDE on via (and )
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Zooba May 15
If you saw and want to know more, the podcast I was on (live! at PyCon) is now online! And a blog post is coming, but if you're following me on Twitter you already know everything anyway.
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Talk Python Podcast May 16
Hi folks. If you're taking one of our courses and want to join other students and to discuss, we just added new office hours session. Find the details at
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Michael Kennedy May 15
Replying to @spgraham @pycharm and 2 others
Yikes, sorry Steve! I know people are getting it much faster than that in many cases.
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Michael Kennedy May 15
Ha, recursion indeed! The first one comes out this week.
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Talk Python Podcast May 14
Lineup for the next 7 episodes recorded. Lots of stuff we're excited to share including from
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Michael Kennedy May 14
Thanks guys!
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Talk Python Podcast May 14
Just 3.5 hours left on the early-bird discount for our new course, " in Python" If you are looking to get it, grab it now. :)
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Michael Kennedy May 13
Yeah. The paperback edition. Just search for Pycharm and I’ll be #1.
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Michael Kennedy May 13
Thanks!
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Chris Williams ☁️ 🐍 May 12
In prep for my 7hr. drive today I've dl'ed all the and podcasts 😎 when I finally get out of the car:
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Michael Kennedy May 13
Looks like the new book on with is doing pretty well on Amazon (in addition to ). Thanks everyone!
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Michael Kennedy May 13
Hi good luck with what's next man! Stay in touch.
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Michael Kennedy May 13
Replying to @jasonehines
No, but the planet definitely "cares" whether we pump unmitigated amounts of carbon into the air and sea. This is one of the best options for air travel at the moment.
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