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Monday, March 29, 2010

A-mazing Python: a guiding light in a labyrinth of languages

I’ve been extremely quiet in the last months, but for a good reason: together with some friends we have founded ThinkCode Labs Inc., a Canadian startup whose first project is ThinkCode.TV. Our mission is to deliver high quality technical screencasts, mostly about programming themes.

We have launched on the Italian market in November 2009 and it has been quite a success and a hell of a ride! Now we are on the verge to launch in the English speaking market as well. We will launch on April 19th.

I’m producing an 11 lessons course on TDD which is doing great with the Italian public. I’m touching on subjects like characterizing TDD’s microcycle, finding the next test, dependency injection & mock objects, responsive design, BDD and dealing with aspects like legacy code, handling time & databases. I can’t wait to see which reaction we will get with English speakers.

In the meantime, we are offering a free appetizer for anybody interested: a fantastic 19′ video about implementing a maze solver in Python. You can grab it here: please, let us know what you think about it and if you like it, by all means, spread the news.


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