Surfacing after PyCon Canada 2018

Uff! What a weekend! For the past few weeks, I did not write any updates because I helped organize PyCon Canada 2018! And present a talk… because apparently life is not exciting enough to do one or the other… Actually these next 2 days I am coordinating the coding sprint portion of the conference which I very much look forward to!

It was totally worth it. Even though I could of used more sleep, the conference went off without any real problems. I met a number of very interesting people, and while I didn’t get to see many of the talks, I thoroughly enjoyed helping out. Big thanks to all the organizers, sponsors and volunteers for making PyCon Canada 2018 a hit!

And I’ll be back to a (semi-)regular schedule of blogging in the next few days.

See you at PyCon Canada 2016!

I’m looking forward to PyCon Canada 2016 that will be happening November 12-13 in Toronto. I submitted two talk proposals and I’m hoping that one of them gets accepted. But regardless I am looking forward to the conference. If you are at the conference, and you want to meet up just message me via Twitter @dorianpula. Also I plan coming out to the sprints that I’m hoping will be happening afterwards. See you there!

Blog Break

Hey there Reader!

Over the past couple of weeks I have tried to post a new article or blog every week. And normally I would do the same today. Heck I do have a few posts in draft that I started working and I plan to publish a bit later.

However for the next couple of weeks I will be taking a break from blogging to concentrate on preparing for my PyCon Canada talk, getting some more traction on Rookeries and a new project that I plan on unveiling soon.

I’ll return to my regular blogging schedule sometime in mid or end of November once the dust settles.

Giving a Talk at PyCon Canada 2015

I am super excited to announce that I will be doing a talk at PyCon Canada this year! I will be talking about migrating from using Fabric to deploy my WSGI app (Rookeries) to using a combination of Invoke and Ansible. PyCon Canada will be happening in Toronto at the University of Toronto campus Saturday November 7 to Sunday November 8, 2015. My talk will on the Sunday at 3:45-4:15 PM. Videos of the talks should be available about a day or two after the talk. I look forward to seeing everyone there!

More info on my talk.

Also I plan on being at the Sprints the following Monday as well.