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Last hours to grab your copy of The Hacker's Guide to #Python  with a 20% discount!

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A year passed since the first release of The Hacker's Guide to Python in March 2014. A few hundreds copies have been distributed so far, and the feedback is wonderful!
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Thanks +Theodor van Nahl! Do you have any example of what you struggle with? It'd be interesting to see and maybe I could give you some light?
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I've purchased this book.
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A few months ago, I wrote a long post about what I called back then the "Gnocchi experiment". Time passed and we – me and the rest of the Gnocchi team – continued to work on that project, finalizing …
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A few months ago, I wrote the definitive guide about Python method declaration, which had quite a good success. I still fight every day in OpenStack to have the developers declare their methods …
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+Alex Hepting It's fixed ;)
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It's #BlackFriday, get The Hacker's Guide to Python ebook at -20%!
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Distributed group management and locking in Python with tooz
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With OpenStack embracing the Tooz library more and more over the past year, I think it's a good start to write a bit about it.
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Last hours to grab your copy of The Hacker's Guide to #Python  with a 20% discount!

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Beautiful python needs beautiful books. It looks great. Thank you!
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With OpenStack embracing the Tooz library more and more over the past year, I think it's a good start to write a bit about it.
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because it wasn't distributed haha :) 
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Let's dive into the Gnocchi code base.
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Free Software hacker: developer for Debian, OpenStack, GNU Emacs and the awesome window manager.
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When I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.
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  • eNovance
    Senior Software Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Julien Danjou (freelance)
    Free Software Hacker, 2011 - 2014
  • eNovance
    Lead developer, 2011 - 2012
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    Linux system engineer, 2006 - 2011
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    System administrator, 2005 - 2005
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Had diner here, and it's pretty nice. The decor is atypical – I just wish there was more light because I had trouble seeing what I was eating! The food was good, not overly delicious, but really good value. The wine are cheap, which is pretty rare to be noted. Christophe, the boss, is really trying to make you feel comfortable, and speaks quite a good English – I'm French myself but there was a lot of tourists and I noticed he was really doing his best to help them and giving advice, which is really enjoyable if you are a tourist.
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