Every year Python has a new major release. This year it's Python 3.12 and it'll come out on October 2, 2023. That's 4 days from when this episode was published. There is quite process involved to test, build, and ship Python across many platforms and channels. We have Seth Michael Larson here to give us a detailed rundown on what exactly is involved in releasing CPython.
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We all know about Flask and Django. And of course FastAPI made a huge splash when it came on the scene a few years ago. But new web frameworks are being creating all the time. And they have these earlier frameworks to borrow from as well. On this episode we dive into a new framework gaining a lot of traction called Litestar. Will it be the foundation of your next project? Join me as I get to know Litestar with its maintainers: Jacob Coffee, Janek Nouvertné, and Cody Fincher.
ExcellentI love the long-form, story-driven podcasts. Michael does a great job interviewing and always seems to get the best guests. I'm working on listening to every episode.
Awesome podcastLots of interesting topics and guests. It is very well done and always something to look forward to.
Interesting and broad focusMichael does a good job of trying to represent the myriad of areas people use Python as well as the evolution of the language itself.
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