On this episode, we dive into Python for lawyers and a special tool for conducting legal interviews. Imagine you have to collect details for 20,000 participants in a class-action lawsuit. docassemble, a sweet Python web app, can do it for you with easy.
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You've often heard me talk about Python as a superpower. It can amplify whatever you're interested in or what you have specialized in for your career.
This episode is an amazing example of this. You'll meet Cornelis van Lit. He is a scholar of medieval Islamic philosophy and woks at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. What he is doing with Python is pretty amazing.
Informative, addictive, and powerful!I have been following this podcast since awhile now and I have to say that Michael does a great job picking topics which listeners relate to and all the information is very much helpful for a person who is getting their feet wet in Python or an experienced developer. Each and every episode, I learn at least one thing that motivates me to change my day to day life. I am looking for more Python stuff and I would love Michael to continue with the same speed as he is going. Highly recommended for all Pythonistas.
Lots of great interviewsIt has inspiring content, awesome interviews, and explores the vastness of the Python community.
My Favorite Developer PodcastThe best podcast for actual developer insight, and a close run for second best for showing what's going on in the Python community (see podcast.__init__)
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