PyConES 2019

¡Este año no perdí la PyConES! En fechas suele competir con mis vacaciones, pero este año las adelanté ya que íbamos a un sitio medio frío así que pude reservar el fin de semana el evento. Fue un fin de semana fantástico, lleno de Python, comunidad y buenas charlas.

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Logging en Python (un tutorial frustrado)

En un proyecto, tenía la sencilla tarea de meter logs en unas aplicaciones; es una cuestión recurrente que hay que resolver en todos los proyectos y que normalmente lo resolvemos de primeras en cada proyecto. Pero esta vez decidí que quería entender bien cómo funciona el logging de Python. Es un tutorial frustrado porque al final del camino tengo la sensación de que sigo sin comprender bien el logging de Python. Con todo, comparto aquí los resultados.

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PSF "fellow"

¡Feliz año 2018! Aprovecho el cambio de año para contaros una noticia ligera y que me hace muy feliz. Hace unos días me comunicaron que fui elegida fellow de la Python Software Foundation. \o/

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PyDay Galicia 2017

Last weekend I went to Vigo to attend the Second PyDay Galicia, a friendly and well organized Python event. It was located in the Contemporary Art Museum, where we had good rooms to enjoy the talks. After the first edition, they went bigger, enlarging 3 times the number of attendees. There were two tracks: a basic and a professional one; both were packed all the day, which was a very good sign. [Leer más]

PyConES 2015 and a keynote: the power of a story

Back in february Juanlu offered me the chance of giving a keynote at PyConES 2015. After the initial shock, I said yes. Next morning, I realized what had happened, but it was too late for me to say no. And 9 months later I was giving the opening talk in PyConES. All of you, dear two or three readers, may guess my fears: I don’t know what to tell, I don’t know how to speak in front of an audience, I don’t have anything interesting… and, of course, everyone will laugh at me so hard that I’ll have to live in a cave for the rest of my life, huh? [Leer más]

PyConES 2015: DjangoGirls Postmortem

In this post you can read about the DjangoGirls workshop in last PyConES. I would also like to share some thoughts about the organizing process, which maybe can be useful for potential DjangoGirls organizers. TL;DR: organizing this workshop took some time, but the amount of resources already made by the DjangoGirls community is just huge and very well prepared. If you’re thinking in organizing a DjangoGirls workshop, don’t hesitate: existing resources and the active community will help you anytime. [Leer más]

PyConES 2015: DjangoGirls workshop

Last november 20th in Valencia, an amazing DjangoGirls took place. It was the first day of PyConES and I don’t think it could have started better. After three months of organization, all students and coaches were finally meeting in person at the UPV early in the morning expecting a great day. All our expectations were clearly surpassed :) We had 20 students and 9 coaches. The past week each team had a teleconference to prepare the installation, so we weren’t complete strangers. [Leer más]

Why you should give a talk

I sent this email to my dearest @Pyladies_Es and they liked it. I hope you like it also :) The original version is in spanish, and at the end, you’ll find a translation :D ¿Por qué os tenéis que animar a dar una charla? Así de primeras, dar una charla mola. Mola mucho. Luego te dan feedback, te sugieren otros puntos de vista, o te agradecen ese consejo que justo les resolvió la papeleta. [Leer más]