Tag Archives: pycon

Why we need Python in the Browser

In his Pycon 2012 keynote speech on Sunday, Guido van Rossum covered many of the open “Troll” questions related to the Python community. I’ve had occasion to either complain about or defend all of the topics he covered, and he did a wonderful job of addressing them. The issues could largely be divided into two… Read More »

PyCon 2012

Hello Arch Linux community! If any of you are attending Pycon 2012 in Santa Clara, CA this week, make sure to bump into me. Or contact me to schedule a meetup.

Py.test funcargs and Django

Holger Krekel just released the 1.0 version of py.test. Py.test is a functional and unit testing tool that cuts out a lot of the annoying boilerplate found in the unittest module included in the Python standard library. I do a lot of Django coding. Django has a built-in test engine based on unittest. Its annoying,… Read More »