[Async-sig] Status of asyncio.readthedocs.io ?
gmludo at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 20:18:33 EDT 2016
FYI, I've did a workshop with 35 attendees during the Pycon-FR 2016 about
AsyncIO and aiohttp.web.
I used mainly http://asyncio.readthedocs.io/ as course support.
I'm not a professional trainer, nevertheless, everybody seem to be happy.
My main advice is to ask at the beginning of the session the level of each
attendee, and group by level.
Because, when you take a random Python developer in community, you can have
somebody who has already play with the async pattern and AsyncIO, like
(s)he has never read a piece of documentation about async pattern.
You can't have the same approach for both profiles. Ideally, to be 2 or 3
is a good idea, to animate each group.
The list of levels I've used:
1. I never use Python
2. I've rewritten Python scripts
3. I've already use Flask/Django
4. I've did async without AsyncIO
5. I've some troubles with AsyncIO
6. I'm here only to troll about AsyncIO
The latest group is more important than you think: It helps you to add some
humor, and also to split advanced people with you can easily debate without
to "pollute" the other groups who only want to learn AsyncIO and
Thanks for people who has assisted me during the workshop.
Have a nice day.
PS: If you have some tips and tricks to animate AsyncIO workshops, I'm
Ludovic Gasc (GMLudo)
2016-10-14 17:12 GMT+02:00 Ludovic Gasc <gmludo at gmail.com>:
> Hi everybody,
> For me, http://asyncio.readthedocs.io/ is enough stable now to promote
> the project.
> Ok for everybody, or you want to add content or change the structure ?
> BTW, thanks to all contributors, especially Victor Stinner and Mike Müller
> from Python-Academy:
> Have a nice week.
> PS: No answer before Sunday = approved by people in the mailing-lists ;-)
> Ludovic Gasc (GMLudo)
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