It feels kinda weird playing with again, after a long time working with .

I mean, it feels a lot like "Hey, did that just worked?" and "All that in just this little code?"

Maybe I need to recheck the way I explain stuff on our group on Telegram:

- Random joins the group, posts long "I want this";
- "Is this some class exercise?" "Yes"
- "We can answer direct questions, but we won't solve it for you" "Ok"

Then I (sadly) start posting code to point where the problem could be.

- They: "It's not working"
- Me: "Look at the variable names..."
- They: ...
- They: "Yeah, not working. Thanks."

Why is the Migration to 3 Taking So Long?

stackoverflow.blog/2019/11/14/

(The conclusion is kinda obvious, if you are in the field long enough.)

11 new web frameworks

deepsource.io/blog/new-python-

(It's really impressive how many new frameworks just follow format for routing.)

RQ (Redis Queue) is a simple library for queueing jobs and processing them in the background with workers.

python-rq.org/

If you could call someone to check if they were willing to be a keynote for a conference (think ), who would you call?

(if you could remember someone who is not a white guy, I'd really appreciate it -- also, boosts, please?)

Tell you what: I'm enjoying a lot more writing stupid scripts in than these days.

I was about to say that I'd ride 130km just to hear people talking about , but apparently I was upgraded to presenter, for some reason...

On the way back home, I noticed I wrote two small scripts in today, for personal reasons.

But I want to learn , and there is very little I need to write these days... except this kind of script.

So, for the next month, I'll rewrite the scripts in Rust, and write every single stupid script I need in Rust.

It's freaking cold, but it's time to get out of bed and go to our meetup.

And then, play Eldritch Horror this afternoon.

Seeing 3.8 release notes and all I can think of is "This is going downhill since Guido is not the BDFL..."

Amber Brown: Batteries Included, But They're Leaking

pyfound.blogspot.com/2019/05/a

I understand some of Brown points about STL -- why Tkinter is there? -- and I feel that the STL should actually provide the foundation for libraries.

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