STX Next’s Python developers are set to continue the company’s mission of spreading effective coding practices by speaking at two Python conferences in the coming weeks, EuroPython and PyParis.
Maciej Polańczyk and Sebastian Buczyński will both take part in EuroPython in Rimini on July 9-16 2017 as speakers. Maciej will present an introduction to using mock and patch in Python, including common use cases in developing unit tests. Sebastian’s presentation “Why you don’t need design patterns in Python?” will showcase Python features that in some situations can eliminate the need for classic design patterns.
Maciej will also give his presentation on the subject of Python mocks and patches next Monday, June 12, at the PyParis conference. Attendants of the talk can look forward to the Polish Python developer preparing a special ‘mock-it-o’ drink during the presentation as a prize.
Both Maciej and Sebastian are senior Python developers with years of experience, working on software development outsourcing projects at the Łódź branch of STX Next.
EuroPython was the first major Python programming language community conference ever organized by volunteers. It started 2002 in Charleroi, Belgium, and is now the largest European Python conference with around 1200+ participants every year. EuroPython provides opportunities for Python developers, experts and students alike to meet and learn more about the Python programming language.
This year’s EuroPython conference will take place in Italy in Rimini, during the week of July 9-16.
The PyParis conference is a gathering of Python developers and Python users. The goal of the conference is to provide Python enthusiasts a place to share ideas and learn from each other about how best to apply the language and tools to ever-evolving challenges in the vast realm of application development, scientific computing, data analytics, education, cloud, devops
PyParis 2017 is organized by Systematic Paris Region, and this year’s edition will take place on June 12-13.
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