Python Bytes is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken. The show is a short discussion on the headlines and noteworthy news in the Python, developer, and data science space.
#362: You can deprecate a global variable?
Topics include Habits of great software engineers, Flask 3.0, Build Conway's Game of Life With Python, and polars business.
#361: Proper way to comment your code!
Topics include The many shapes and sizes of keyboards, appeal - a CLI framework from Larry Hastings, Graphinate: Data to Graphs, and A Disorganized List of Maintainer Tasks.
#360: Happy Birthday!
Topics include exclude_also with coverage.py, Writeside, , and Chrome not proceeding with Web Integrity API deemed by many to be DRM.
Topics include PyCon 2024 is up, Ruff formatter is production ready, gil--;, and Why is the Django Admin “Ugly”?
#358: Collecting Shells
Topics include Django 5.0 beta 1 released, git bash, terminals, and Windows, Mastering Integration Testing with FastAPI, and Reuven Learner has been banned for trading in rare animals (Pythons and Pandas)
#357: Python 3.7 EOLed, We Hadn't Noticed
Topics include QuickMacHotKey, Things I’ve learned about building CLI tools in Python, Warp Terminal referral code, and Python 3.7 EOLed, but I hadn’t noticed.
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This is a top notch podcast, I catch myself looking forward to when the new episode comes out each week. Michael and Brian are the best with great content!
I've been listening since the beginning. There is always a takeaway or nugget to learn. I like the new format with a guest host each week. The amount and quality of the content delivered each week is surprising! I hope they never stop!
I am the person who said that I am learning Python!