…biggest new feature for Key Transaction . Immediately the agent will begin to collect up to 100 Transaction Traces and a thread profiler report that aggregates across all your hosts. The X-Ray Session will show you the performance of that Key Transaction at the most detailed level possible. You can leave it running in the background and be confident …, X-Ray Sessions, rolled out just after PyCon. To get the next level of performance insight, simply run an X-Ray Session on a
In his keynote at PyCon, Upton, the of the Rasberry Pi Foundation, mentioned that not only has been ported to the Rasberry Pi, but you can even control it with Python . Since four of my kids are avid Minecraft fans, I figured this might be a good time to teach them to program using . So I started yesterday with the goal of programming something cool for Minecraft and then showing it off at the San Francisco Python Meetup in the evening.
In Guido van Rossum's PyCon 2013 keynote, he presents "a new, interoperable approach to asynchronous I/O that is being developed for inclusion in Python 3.4." Part of his proposal is a way to use "yield from" in a manner similar to await in C#. Let's just say, I'm super excited about it!
…Perhaps they will come from programs like Let's Learn Python at this years PyCon or through intensive focus courses like those offered by gSchool , or perhaps from general education courses. Wherever the next generation of programmers comes from, we want to set them up to succeed.
free tier which is perfect for prototyping and learning. Putting the right tools in a student's hands can empower them to succeed. If you are picking …has always had a
The New Relic Presence
As a Platinum sponsor, we were already happily heavily invested in PyCon but we doubled down and went all out: seven New Relicans attending, an expo booth, two talks, a sponsor tutorial, a party, and participation in the PyCon 5k!
Taken from Brainstorming: Writing a PyCon Proposal . While this post is for PyCon, the conference for developers, users, educators, and everyone with an interest in Python, this advice can apply to any language-centric conferences , even the topic suggestions themselves.
Hey you! Ever thought about submitting a proposal?
What? oh no, no no no.
What would I talk about? I have nothing to say!
So how about this:
Tell me what talks you …
I just got back from PyCon, and as with all conferences where the talks are delivered by engineers instead of professional speakers, we had a mixed bag. Some talks were great; others made me get my laptop out .
The most important important axiom is: a talk is not just an essay without random access. It's a different medium. Respect its strengths instead of wishing it were something it's not.
Here are some concrete principles that can help:
Don't read your slides
Thecommunity's annual convention, PyCon, is this weekend and is excited to be participating in a number of events.
Friday evening Opscode is sponsoring the Chef . This is a gathering of Pythonistas that are interested in, or currently using ( of a Feather) to manage their infrastructures. from the Opscode team, as well as experienced community members, will be on hand to share their experiences and best practices with attendees.
His Pycon 2010 talk had caught my eye and we spoke about the advantages of an early stage web startup in which everybody codes, including so-called "business people".
In our context, "coding" might mean activities like:
Adding Javscript snippets for analytics tools to the app.
queries on a read-only database.
Writingand to change a layout a customer found confusing.
Committing to version control.
Deploying to staging.
Python in the browser : my blog post from PyCon 2010 about in
Next up, using dynamic languages in your existing web-applications ( coming soon ).