TitleDate
#61 On Being a Senior EngineerJan 16, 2018 Listen
#60 Don't dismiss SQLite as just a starter DBJan 11, 2018 Listen
#59 Instagram disregards Python's GC (again)Jan 05, 2018 Listen
#58 Better cache decorators and another take on type hintsDec 26, 2017 Listen
#57 Our take on Excel and PythonDec 21, 2017 Listen
#56 The pendulum of time swings beautifully in PyPIDec 14, 2017 Listen
#55 Flask, Flask, Flask, 3x FlaskDec 07, 2017 Listen
#54 PyAnnotate your way to the futureNov 29, 2017 Listen
#53 Getting started with devpi and Git Virtual FSNov 22, 2017 Listen
#52 Call your APIs with uplink and test them in the tavernNov 16, 2017 Listen
#51 How to make your code 80 times fasterNov 09, 2017 Listen
#50 Bundling , shipping, and protecting Python applicationsNov 02, 2017 Listen
#49 Your technical skills are obsolete: now what?Oct 25, 2017 Listen
#48 Garbage collection and memory management in PythonOct 19, 2017 Listen
#47 PyPy now works with way more C-extensions and parking your package safelyOct 12, 2017 Listen
#46 Spicy lecture notes and unicorn console spinnersOct 05, 2017 Listen
#45 A really small web API and OS-level machine learningSep 29, 2017 Listen
#44 pip install malicious-codeSep 20, 2017 Listen
#43 Python string theory, v2Sep 14, 2017 Listen
#42 Behold: The Python 2 death clockSep 08, 2017 Listen
#41 Python Concurrency From the Ground Up and Caring for our CommunityAug 31, 2017 Listen
#40 Packet Manipulation with ScapyAug 24, 2017 Listen
#39 The new PyPIAug 17, 2017 Listen
#38 Hacking Classic Nintendo Games with PythonAug 09, 2017 Listen
#37 Rule over the shells with SultanAug 02, 2017 Listen
#36 Craft Your Python Like Poetry and Other MusingsJul 28, 2017 Listen
#35 How developers change programming languages over timeJul 19, 2017 Listen
#34 The Real Threat of Artificial IntelligenceJul 13, 2017 Listen
#33 You should build an Alexa skillJul 06, 2017 Listen
#32 8 ways to contribute to open source when you have no timeJul 01, 2017 Listen
#31 You should have a change logJun 21, 2017 Listen
#30 You are not Google and other ruminationsJun 15, 2017 Listen
#29 Responsive Bar Charts with Bokeh, Flask, and Python 3Jun 08, 2017 Listen
#28 The meaning of _ in PythonJun 02, 2017 Listen
#27 The PyCon 2017 recap and functional PythonMay 25, 2017 Listen
#26 How have you automated your life, or CLI, with Python?May 19, 2017 Listen
#25 Could we have more in-database machine learning please?May 12, 2017 Listen
#24 I have a local PyPI server and so do you!May 03, 2017 Listen
#23 Can you grok the GIL?Apr 26, 2017 Listen
#22 PYTHONPATH considered harmfulApr 18, 2017 Listen
#21 Python has a new star framework for RESTful APIsApr 13, 2017 Listen
#20 Finding similar but not identical images in 128 bits via Python Apr 05, 2017 Listen
#19 Put your Python dictionaries in a box and apparently Python is really wantedMar 27, 2017 Listen
#18 Python 3 has some amazing types and you can now constructively insult your shell!Mar 21, 2017 Listen
#17 Google's Python is on fire and Simon says you have CPU load PythonicallyMar 18, 2017 Listen
#16 Postmodern Python and Open-source Financial AwardsMar 07, 2017 Listen
#15 Digging into Python packagingFeb 28, 2017 Listen
#14 Lots of Python style and Python 3000 is 3000 days oldFeb 22, 2017 Listen
#13 Python making the move to GitHub and Dropbox is stepping back from PystonFeb 14, 2017 Listen
#12 Expanding your Python mental model and serving millions of requests per second with PythonFeb 07, 2017 Listen
#11 Django 2.0 is dropping Python 2 entirely, pipenv for profile functionality, and Pythonic home automationJan 31, 2017 Listen
#10 Dismissing Python's Garbage Collection, PyPI Name Reservations, and Hackers Exfiltrate US Government Data to Save ItselfJan 23, 2017 Listen
#9 Walking with async coroutines, diving deep into requests, and a universe of options (for AIs)Jan 17, 2017 Listen
#8 Python gets Grumpy, avoiding burnout, Postman for API testing and moreJan 10, 2017 Listen
#7 Python 3.6 is out, Sanic is a blazing web framework, and are failing our open source infrastructure?Jan 04, 2017 Listen
#6 Python 3.6 is going to be awesome, Kite: your friendly co-developing AIDec 12, 2016 Listen
#5 Legacy Python vs Python and why words matter and Request's 5 Whys retrospectiveDec 05, 2016 Listen
#4 Python 3 is just fine for beginners thank you, q is awesome for debugging, and moreNov 29, 2016 Listen
#3 Python 3.6 is coming, and it's awesome plus superior text processing with PyniniNov 23, 2016 Listen
#2 PyCon, awesome python, python developer job prospects, and moreNov 14, 2016 Listen
#1 Intro to the show and pip 9 is out!Nov 07, 2016 Listen