Tonight I had the opportunity of speaking at the DomCode meetup in Utrecht. I gave a presentation titled “Python, do you even async?” where I gave an overview on the different ways to do asynchronous I/O in Python, focusing on asyncio for the most part. Here are the slides for those interested:
I had a blast, the venue was great and I got to talk to some great people, I hope to be back!
Thanks a lot to the organizers and App Annie for hosting us and providing the pizza and drinks!
It has been an intense weekend. I’ve been in Madrid for PyConES, and all I have to say is that it was amazing! Lots of great talks, old friends and new ones, I had a blast!
I gave a presentation on Tulip/asyncio in Spanish, but since code kind of speaks for itself, you may find some value in my slides here:
This is a hot topic these days, and proof of that is the fact that mine wasn’t the only Tulip/asyncio talk at PyConES. I had the pleasure to work with Iñaki Galarza, who also gave a presentation about Tulip so that our talks would complement each other’s. You can find his slides here:
I really hope I can make it next year, and you should too!