I’m delighted to announce that Weekly Python Exercise is a gold sponsor of PyCon 2020, to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. PyCon is the largest Python conference in the world, and is both fun and interesting for Python developers of all experience levels and backgrounds.
This will be the second year in a row sponsoring PyCon, and my third year attending the conference. Sponsoring means that I’ll not only be there, but that I’ll have a booth — giving away T-shirts and advertising the courses I teach at companies around the world, my online course offerings, and (of course) Weekly Python Exercise.
So if you’re a Python developer, you should attend PyCon. I promise that it’s worth attending.
And if you’re a developer who wants to become more fluent in Python, then check out Weekly Python Exercise. A new beginner-level cohort, focusing on objects, will start on September 17th. And a new advanced-level one, on a grab-bag of topics, will start in late October. Questions or comments? Just e-mail me, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you in Pittsburgh!