Saturday 24th October, 2015
2:30pm to 3:00pm
We all use existing decorators all the time (athough Python 3.5 is overloading the @ symbol, which will likely confuse a lot of us ol' timers). However, writing a decorator ourselves can sometimes be daunting. This talk/tutorial walks through an example case study which demonstrates when to create a decorator (and why), and proves - all being well - that decorators aren't all that scary afterall.
3rd Level Educator, Technical Author, Software Developer - Author of (among other things) Head First Python
3pm My Heart Will Stream On by Paul Logston
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