This talk is split into three parts. The first will look at the different options in how to handle Python 3 porting. Do you need to support Python 2, or just port once? Should your code run unmodified or via 2to3, etc. It will in depth take up the benefits and problems with each strategy to let you choose, and also give quick examples of how to port with each strategy.
The second part looks at how you should prepare before porting, and things you can do right now to improve your code and make porting easier, even though you don't plan to port yet.
The third part will take up the most common problems in porting, and how you can solve them.
Python guru, web developer. Author of Porting to Python 3 http://python3porting.com/ Founder of Colliberty consulting. Yes, we can help. bio from Twitter
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