Old Stuff Warning

This page is mostly from the 1990s and is embarrassingly old and out of date. I stopped updating it early in 2000 due to lack of time — too much began happening in the Python world after that to document usefully here. I'm retaining this and a few other ancient pages here as historic artifacts only, because they seem to reflect some of the very early Python community spirit.

For up-to-date information on my Python books or Python training classes, please see my books page, and its recent highlights. For current news on Python itself, see the introductory chapter of Learning Python available as a book sampler here.


Python Rising
News from the advocacy front


This page represents a first step towards a more complete Python advocacy page. There is some very good news in the Python world, and this is my attempt to document some of it. Eventually, this page may include links to everything exciting related to Python, whether free or not--products, services, books, testimonials, magazine articles, and so on. For now, it's nowhere near complete. Please see python.org for more advocacy links. And if you're looking for a more recent list of published Python books, try clicking here.

--The Marketing Department :-)


Items added in early 2000

Alas, this page has grown to the point of unmaintainability. Since I have no time to organize it better, I've simply grouped all the most recent advocacy announcements into this one section. Enjoy.


Publications news


Other advocacy news


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