python for perl programmers

December 10th, 2004  |  Published in python

Tomorrow I’m giving a talk at the rather wonderful London Perl Workshop. I’ve worked with quite a few languages in my time, including about 4 years or so of writing mostly perl. These days I write in python when I have a choice, so I’m going to give an introduction to python for perl programmers. Here are the slides. Nothing fancy, just the basics.

I’m most definitely not a GUI person, and I find Powerpoint quite distressing. I’m most happy authoring in VIM. This is the first time I’ve used Eric Meyer’s S5 HTML slide templates, and it’s been a very satisfying experience.

If you’re at the workshop, do come and have a chat. Should be a great Saturday.

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