At PyCon Ireland 2010, Paul described his experience of working with Python 3 in creating O'Reilly's Head First Programming and Head First Python (both of which target Python 3). As a big fan of Python 3, Paul suggested that all Python 2 programmers needed to at least try Python 3 as soon as was practical, if not embrace it for all "new" work. In this talk, Paul provides an update on the current status of Python 3 and discusses the community's adoption (or lack of) the latest version of the Python programming language, talking about what has changed in the year and a bit since last year, as well as describing his own experience of working with Python on recent consultancy projects.
3rd Level Educator, Technical Author, Software Developer - Author of (among other things) Head First Python bio from Twitter
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