Category Archives: Talks

Resources for creating the “What’s New” talks

The monthly Melbourne Python User Group meeting has a regular section covering “What’s new in Python”. Javier asked me what resources I use to compile “What’s new” when I present, so here is the list of resources I use. PyCoder’s … Continue reading

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My slides from PyCon AU 2013

Here are the slides (PDF) and demo code (ZIP archive) from my PyCon AU talk “Modules 101: how to avoid spaghetti, big balls of mud and houses of straw!” yesterday. And here are the slides from my lightning talk on … Continue reading

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Notes from MPUG, June 2013: “Python one-liners” talk

Python one-liners The Python interpreter command line arguments Three useful command line arguments for Python one-liners: graeme@psylocke:~/Projects/Presentations/MPUG_Jun2013$ python -h usage: python [option] … [-c cmd | -m mod | file | -] [arg] … Options and arguments (and corresponding environment … Continue reading

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PyCon Australia 2012 – tutorial #2 notes

The second of my PyCon AU 2012 conference tutorials is entitled Processing data with Python, using standard library modules you (probably) never knew about. Here are the tutorial notes and the

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PyCon Australia 2012 – tutorial #1 notes

I am giving two tutorials at PyCon AU 2012 this weekend. The first tutorial is titled How to write a well-behaved Python command line application. Here are the tutorial notes and the source code (as a ZIP archive).

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