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Very interesting keynote, thx :)
 
Announcing Emily Bache as keynote speaker

We are pleased to announce Emily Bache as another EuroPython 2014 keynote speaker. Emily will talk about  ”Will I still be able to get a job in 2024 if I don’t do TDD?”

Geoffrey Moores’s book “Crossing the chasm” outlines the difficulties faced by a new, disruptive technology, when adoption moves from innovators and visionaries into the mainstream. Test Driven Development is clearly a disruptive technology, that changes the way you approach software design and testing. It hasn’t yet been embraced by everyone, but is it just a matter of time? Ten years from now, will a non-TDD practicing developer experience the horror of being labelled a technology adoption ‘laggard’, and be left working exclusively on dreadfully boring legacy systems?
It could be a smart move to get down to your nearest Coding Dojo and practice TDD on some Code Katas. On the other hand, the thing with disruptive technologies is that even they can become disrupted when something better comes along. What about Property-Based Testing? Approval Testing? Outside-In Development?

In this talk, I’d like to look at the chasm-crossing potential of TDD and some related technologies. My aim is that both you and I will still be able to get a good job in 2024.

About Emily Bache

Emily Bache is a software developer and test automation specialist. Currently an employee of a Swedish company, Pagero, she works on their electronic invoicing product. Together with her team, she regularly delivers working software. Emily has previously worked as a developer in organizations as diverse as small startup and large corporation, using Python as well as other languages such as Java, Scala and Ruby. For several years she worked as an independent consultant, facilitating many Coding Dojos and developer training events. Emily is a well-known conference speaker, and author of “The Coding Dojo Handbook”. She is originally from the U.K. but now lives in Göteborg, Sweden. 
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Zugespielt von einem Freund, möchte ich alle Flask-Freunde den Link nicht enthalten: http://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/the-flask-mega-tutorial-part-i-hello-world 
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There is a real downside to working with a walking desk that the industry hasn't fully acknowledged. 

When you aren't sitting down, the cat cannot jump up onto your lap and lie there enjoying her human heat-source.  So instead, said cat will jump up on the desk and try to annoy you into picking her up by covering the monitor or batting at the cursor on the screen.

This makes the merge window "interesting". At least I haven't bought into the touch-screen crazy - another "improvment" to technology that people clearly didn't think all the way through wrt cat ownership.
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A new Blender Movie :)
Caminandes: Gran Dillama - Blender Foundation's new Open Movie
and hack on blender by learning Python is great.

see pymove3d.pysv.org
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#Porsche Strategie 2018 - Faszinierende Produkte und #nachhaltiges #Wachstum, Bernhard Maier beim #VDI in #Dortmund 
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