Talk: Hoist Your I/O
Our programs too often leave control decisions stranded in low-level routines, producing tightly coupled systems that make it difficult to re-use code. What are the warning signs of tightly coupled I/O and how can it be corrected? Particular attention will be paid to the way that modern Python syntax supports a broader array of solutions than were once possible!
Speaker: Brandon Rhodes. Brandon is a programmer and instructor working at Dropbox, and is excited that this is his third chance to speak at a Python event in Poland. For 17 years Brandon has maintained the most popular amateur astronomy library for Python, and will be the Chair of PyCon 2016–2017 in Portland, Oregon.
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