[Baypiggies] call for newbie nuggets

akleider at sonic.net akleider at sonic.net
Mon Jul 12 07:55:53 CEST 2010


I second the suggestion of a 'newbie nugget' covering decorators:
preferably with a non trivial example.



>
>>   A newbie nugget is a short talk on a single
>> feature of Python programming, maybe a technique
>> or language feature or a built-in or..., that
>> is from five to ten minutes and targets an
>> experienced coder who is fairly new to Python.
>
> That is me: an experienced coder fairly new to Python.  My 10 years of
> full time coding ended in 93, and since then I've been managing developers
> or working with developers but never doing code myself for my day job.
>
> Now I'm working to get back on the keyboard because frankly it is just
> more fun than all the other things I can do.
>
> So I don't want to give a newbie talk, but I'll suggest newbie talk
> subjects that I'd like to attend.
>
> - decorators - I've read about them and I get them in theory, and I've
> looked at some examples in our code base, but.... I feel like I'm missing
> the point.
>
> - "pythonic" things that seem weird at first but then wonderful once you
> get used to them
>
> That is all I can think of right now.  Maybe other newbies can suggest a
> topic that will make someone else think: hey, I guess I must be
> experienced because I could easily explain that in 10 minutes.
>
> Marla
>
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