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RSVP opens tomorrow at 4pm for NYLUG Python 2 vs 3 talk..

From: Brian G.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 11:36 PM
Meeting info here: http://www.meetup...­

Julian Berman

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The Ups and Downs of Migrating to Python 3: A Pragmatic Approach

Deciding whether to use Python 2 or Python 3 for new projects has been
a touchy subject for the past few years in the Python community.
Julian will overview the pros and cons of choosing to use each
version, surveying the major novelties (and frustrations) introduced
in Python 3 and the reasons why one might want to think hard before
picking one or the other. Julian will also discuss a case study (or
two) that shed light on how porting existing projects to Python 3 can
prove non-trivial. Finally, no discussion on why or if to move to
Python 3 would be complete without some  speculation on where the
future of the language lies, and what Python might have in store for
us in the next few years.

RSVP will open on Jan 31st at 4pm.

More information:

Python (http://python.org­)

Python 2 vs Python 3 (http://wiki.pytho...­)

The Python 3 Wall of Superpowers (http://python3wos...­)

What's New in Python 3.0 (http://docs.pytho...­)

About Julian Berman:
Julian Berman is a freelancer and consultant who has been programming
in Python as a primary language for the last 6 years. He has written
and contributed to a number of popular open source Python projects,
and teaches or mentors a number of newcomers to Python and software
development. He's also a Freenode #python regular and occasional
speaker at NYC Python and most recently, organizer of a beginner's
project tutorial at the monthly hack night.

Thanks,
Brian

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