All the references and links regarding my PyCascades 2022 talk.
Today I gave a Python 🐍 talk at @pycascades.
I took the attendees through a journey of inspecting plenty of different (crazy) implementations of the simple
I had a blast 🥳
Here are the links to the talk slides, the written version of the talk, and more!
Huge shout-out to the @pycascades organisers for creating such a wonderful and inclusive conf for everyone!
Interacted quite a bit w/ @AetherUnbound and she was always very helpful!
Also, thanks to @MaggieFero, @questionlp, @gizm0_0, @bengerman13 & others for the feedback.
The written version of the talk can be found on my blog 👇
It doesn't match the talk 100%, but the overall flow is pretty much the same!
The talk slides are available on GitHub (https://github.com/mathspp/talks) and the recording will be put up on YouTube soon-ish.
Btw, the #1 question I get is regarding what I use to create my slide animations 😂 It's Power Point '19 + the slide transition called "morph".
The (free) Python 🐍 book that teaches you how to use some of the things I mention during the talk, like
can be found at https://gum.co/pydonts
Plus, all the article references for the talk:
I REALLY hope you enjoyed the talk... I know I love talking about Python!
If you know of any Python conferences or meetups looking for speakers, drop me a line! Either DM me here or send me an email to rodrigo at mathspp dot com!
Other than that, I'll see you around 😉
I hope you learned something new! If you did, consider following the footsteps of the readers who bought me a slice of pizza 🍕. Your contribution boosts my confidence and helps me produce this content for you.