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Show number Date Title Duration
#104 2018-11-17 API Evolution the Right Way 30:07
#103 2018-11-08 Getting to 10x (results for developers) 27:06
#102 2018-10-31 Structure of a Flask Project 26:52
#101 2018-10-24 Nobel Prize awarded to a Python convert 21:34
#100 2018-10-19 The big 100 with special guests 42:00
#99 2018-10-16 parse - the regex antidote in Python 21:18
#98 2018-10-08 Python-Electron as a Python GUI 26:58
#97 2018-09-28 Java goes paid 24:36
#96 2018-09-22 Python Language Summit 2018 26:33
#95 2018-09-15 Unleash the py-spy! 23:33
#94 2018-09-06 Why don't you like notebooks? 23:49
#93 2018-08-31 Looking like there will be a PyBlazor! 24:15
#92 2018-08-25 Will your Python be compiled? 26:57
#91 2018-08-15 Will there be a PyBlazor? 20:28
#90 2018-08-07 A Django Async Roadmap 25:18
#89 2018-08-04 A tenacious episode that won't give up 28:50
#88 2018-07-27 Python has brought computer programming to a vast new audience 23:08
#87 2018-07-17 Guido van Rossum steps down 33:20
#86 2018-07-13 Make your NoSQL async and await-able with uMongo 26:04
#85 2018-07-03 Visually debugging your Jupyter notebook 24:40
#84 2018-06-28 Vibora web framework: It's fast, async, and means viper 26:29
#83 2018-06-22 from __future__ import braces 29:22
#82 2018-06-15 Let's make a clear Python 3 statement 25:55
#81 2018-06-05 Making your C library callable from Python by wrapping it with Cython 17:00
#80 2018-05-29 Dan Bader drops by and we found 30 new Python projects 30:45
#79 2018-05-25 15 Tips to Enhance your Github Flow 27:31
#78 2018-05-18 Setting Expectations for Open Source Participation 26:07
#77 2018-05-12 You Don't Have To Be a Workaholic To Win 21:04
#76 2018-05-04 Goodbye zero-versioning 30:40
#75 2018-04-28 pypi.org officially launches 19:51
#74 2018-04-19 Contributing to Open Source effectively 24:51
#73 2018-04-12 This podcast comes in any color you want, as long as it's black 18:35
#72 2018-04-05 New versioning: Episode 0.0.7.2 (with 72 releases) 22:54
#71 2018-03-28 We can migrate to Python 3, careful please 24:01
#70 2018-03-23 Have you seen my log? It's cute! 15:51
#69 2018-03-18 Digging into StackOverflow's 2018 survey results 24:00
#68 2018-03-06 Python notebooks galore! 19:09
#67 2018-03-01 Result of moving Python to Github 21:56
#66 2018-02-23 Wait, NoSQL with ACID and transactions? 21:43
#65 2018-02-14 Speed of your import statements affecting performance? 27:07
#64 2018-02-09 The GUI phoenix rises with wxPython 21:01
#63 2018-02-01 We're still on a desktop GUI kick 21:12
#62 2018-01-26 Wooey and Gooey are simple Python GUIs 28:41
#61 2018-01-16 On Being a Senior Engineer 22:22
#60 2018-01-11 Don't dismiss SQLite as just a starter DB 26:29
#59 2018-01-05 Instagram disregards Python's GC (again) 25:39
#58 2017-12-26 Better cache decorators and another take on type hints 15:27
#57 2017-12-21 Our take on Excel and Python 15:48
#56 2017-12-14 The pendulum of time swings beautifully in PyPI 16:29
#55 2017-12-07 Flask, Flask, Flask, 3x Flask 20:18
#54 2017-11-29 PyAnnotate your way to the future 18:51
#53 2017-11-22 Getting started with devpi and Git Virtual FS 22:10
#52 2017-11-16 Call your APIs with uplink and test them in the tavern 21:40
#51 2017-11-09 How to make your code 80 times faster 21:33
#50 2017-11-02 Bundling , shipping, and protecting Python applications 19:17
#49 2017-10-25 Your technical skills are obsolete: now what? 25:57
#48 2017-10-19 Garbage collection and memory management in Python 17:50
#47 2017-10-12 PyPy now works with way more C-extensions and parking your package safely 16:44
#46 2017-10-05 Spicy lecture notes and unicorn console spinners 16:51
#45 2017-09-29 A really small web API and OS-level machine learning 19:33
#44 2017-09-20 pip install malicious-code 26:35
#43 2017-09-14 Python string theory, v2 18:48
#42 2017-09-08 Behold: The Python 2 death clock 23:52
#41 2017-08-31 Python Concurrency From the Ground Up and Caring for our Community 23:21
#40 2017-08-24 Packet Manipulation with Scapy 22:59
#39 2017-08-17 The new PyPI 43:06
#38 2017-08-09 Hacking Classic Nintendo Games with Python 24:57
#37 2017-08-02 Rule over the shells with Sultan 18:15
#36 2017-07-28 Craft Your Python Like Poetry and Other Musings 22:34
#35 2017-07-19 How developers change programming languages over time 24:44
#34 2017-07-13 The Real Threat of Artificial Intelligence 22:57
#33 2017-07-06 You should build an Alexa skill 17:49
#32 2017-07-01 8 ways to contribute to open source when you have no time 23:10
#31 2017-06-21 You should have a change log 21:50
#30 2017-06-15 You are not Google and other ruminations 24:37
#29 2017-06-08 Responsive Bar Charts with Bokeh, Flask, and Python 3 23:04
#28 2017-06-02 The meaning of _ in Python 20:59
#27 2017-05-25 The PyCon 2017 recap and functional Python 19:08
#26 2017-05-19 How have you automated your life, or CLI, with Python? 19:44
#25 2017-05-12 Could we have more in-database machine learning please? 17:53
#24 2017-05-03 I have a local PyPI server and so do you! 19:29
#23 2017-04-26 Can you grok the GIL? 19:34
#22 2017-04-18 PYTHONPATH considered harmful 15:50
#21 2017-04-13 Python has a new star framework for RESTful APIs 20:57
#20 2017-04-05 Finding similar but not identical images in 128 bits via Python 23:48
#19 2017-03-27 Put your Python dictionaries in a box and apparently Python is really wanted 19:37
#18 2017-03-21 Python 3 has some amazing types and you can now constructively insult your shell! 18:27
#17 2017-03-18 Google's Python is on fire and Simon says you have CPU load Pythonically 19:31
#16 2017-03-07 Postmodern Python and Open-source Financial Awards 19:15
#15 2017-02-28 Digging into Python packaging 16:04
#14 2017-02-22 Lots of Python style and Python 3000 is 3000 days old 15:39
#13 2017-02-14 Python making the move to GitHub and Dropbox is stepping back from Pyston 18:06
#12 2017-02-07 Expanding your Python mental model and serving millions of requests per second with Python 19:04
#11 2017-01-31 Django 2.0 is dropping Python 2 entirely, pipenv for profile functionality, and Pythonic home automation 20:55
#10 2017-01-23 Dismissing Python's Garbage Collection, PyPI Name Reservations, and Hackers Exfiltrate US Government Data to Save Itself 25:45
#9 2017-01-17 Walking with async coroutines, diving deep into requests, and a universe of options (for AIs) 23:39
#8 2017-01-10 Python gets Grumpy, avoiding burnout, Postman for API testing and more 20:48
#7 2017-01-04 Python 3.6 is out, Sanic is a blazing web framework, and are failing our open source infrastructure? 21:13
#6 2016-12-12 Python 3.6 is going to be awesome, Kite: your friendly co-developing AI 19:33
#5 2016-12-05 Legacy Python vs Python and why words matter and Request's 5 Whys retrospective 18:30
#4 2016-11-29 Python 3 is just fine for beginners thank you, q is awesome for debugging, and more 21:08
#3 2016-11-23 Python 3.6 is coming, and it's awesome plus superior text processing with Pynini 29:41
#2 2016-11-14 PyCon, awesome python, python developer job prospects, and more 17:38
#1 2016-11-07 Intro to the show and pip 9 is out! 16:38