Revisiting Strings, Unicodes and Encoding

kausikram


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Description:

Everyone sort of knows how strings, unicodes and encoding works. But then again, no one really does. Here is a visit back to the basics, so that we can unlearn a lot of things, relearn a whole set of new concepts and discern the differences between python 2 and 3 in this regard.

Prerequisites:

Basic python syntax. Lots of confusions w.r.t unicodes, strings and encoding.

Speaker Info:

I am the product manager at KiSSFLOW. Before that i had been an architect behind toolsforagile.com and was the co founder of tourmyapp.com. I have been writing python for around 10 years now. While the amount of code i write has greatly reduced over the last couple of years, I still find time to hack that odd weekend to crunch data, and do other fun stuff.

Speaker Links:

http://github.com/kausikram https://in.pycon.org/2010/talks/80-beyond-django-101/ https://in.pycon.org/2010/talks/79-freshen-your-test-cases/

Section: Core Python
Type: Talks
Target Audience: Beginner
Last Updated:

Can you please update you talk to show what all things you will talk? The current state of the proposal does not give any idea about the details.

Kushal Das (~kushal)

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