TCLP 2010-03-03 Chris Miller on PyCon 2010

This is a feature cast, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

No listener feedback this week.

Due to the length of the interview, there is also no new hacker word of the week this week.

The feature this week is an interview with my good friend and fellow podcaster, Chris Miller. Chris has provided me with conference reports twice before, for Google I/O in 2008 and SCALE 7x in 2009. This time he joins me to report on his experience at PyCon 2010. In the course of the discussion, we mention his employer, The Linux Outlaws, Watts Humphrey’s Personal Software Process, David Beazley’s presentation on the Python GIL, Mark Shuttleworth, and Catherine Devlin’s presentation on cmd2.

If you want to hear more conversation between Chris and myself on less technical but still crunchy subjects, check out episode 24 of The Secret Lair.

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