Python Release 3: Unknown territory?
Date: This event took place live on February 25 2011
Presented by: Steve Holden
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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In O'Reilly School of Technology's Python Programming Certificate courses, author Steve Holden elected to teach Python Release 3, ensuring that the course materials stay relevant into the foreseeable future. However, if you want to look for a Python programming job, will employers want you to know Python Release 2? How different are the two in terms of syntax and style? How difficult would it be to adapt your programming style and learn Python Release 2?
Tune in on Friday, February 25th as author Steve Holden discusses this topic and anything else related to Python. And if you'd like to ask a Python question, share your own tips, or generally poke fun at the author leading up to this event, be sure to tweet him at twitter.com/holdenweb or OST at twitter.com/oreillyschool.
About Steve Holden
Steve Holden, the author of the O'Reilly School of Technology's Python Certificate series is a long-time Python user. Holden Web LLC offers systems design and implementation consultancy and training in information technologies to a worldwide audience. Steve is the author of "Python Web Programming" and the Chairman of the Python Software Foundation. He recently moved to Portland, and only then discovered that Linus Torvalds also calls Portland home. He is a compulsive educator and loves to talk.