Join me and Doug Farrell as we discuss his career and what he's up to at Shutterfly. You'll learn about the Python stack he's using to work with, not just with bits and bytes, but physical devices on a production line for creating all sorts of picturesque items. You'll also hear how both he and I feel it's a great time to be a developer, even if you're on the older side of 30 or 40 or beyond.
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Required listeningVery substantive, polished podcast. Michael is the ideal interviewer: deeply knowledgeable and prepared, but knows how to get out of the way and let his guests dominate the conversation. Absolutely required listening for all Pythoneers IMO.
Exceptional for those new to PythonThe podcast has been a wealth of information and has positively contributed to my efforts to learn Python. Michael interviews a great cross-section of people using Python. The biggest benefit for me has been the exposure to the various libraries and seeing the multitude of areas that I can use Python. Frankly, the podcast this the best way I've found to augment the training videos, documentation, and books I've used to learn the language.
Great Python PodcastTalk Python To Me is in the rotation of podcasts that I listen to on a regular basis. The guests are always interesting. The topics are quite often relevant to things I'm working on or thinking about. Michael, the host, also keeps things moving at a good pace and keeps the conversation lively. I also enjoy his "regular questions" at the end of the show. Always good to hear how other folks answer those questions!
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