What I’m working on right now

By request of Julia Evans (tweet) to the world, I am writing about what I’m working on right now. As the tweets were posted I was in the middle of facilitating Py-CU‘s weekly open hours. The discussion threads were: Attempting to help someone get Python 2.7 going within Anaconda3 so he could use computer vision packages in JupyterContinue reading “What I’m working on right now”

Why it barely matters where you start

There is no one true anything in life. Expanded out to the programming world, there is no one true IDE, book, language, package, etc. Anyone trying to sell you on that is a liar. A more refined statement might be: any hybrid tool can rarely ever be as good as a specific tool. Many newcomersContinue reading “Why it barely matters where you start”