We started this newsletter in February of 2012, and been a little over 6 years now, 338 issues, yearly roundups, conferences talks and more!
We started Pycoder's to create the Python resource we wished already existed and its really been an awesome ride even since that very first issue.
Today is the last issue for us as part of Pycoder's. For the last couple of months, we have been working with Dan Bader of dbader.org and Real Python fame to take over.
We leave feeling proud we created the newsletter we set out to create, and are very excited to be passing the reigns to a person who we can see steward Pycoder’s Weekly through to the next 6 years and more.
Dan has been blogging at "Improve Your Python Skills" for quite awhile and we have been featuring his excellent work on the newsletter for sometime now. So rest assured he has keen eye for content and will be continuing the highly curated content from here on out!
We are hoping to bring some of what we did here with Python to the Home Automation, homelab, home hacking community with our new project Homehackers.
Thanks again for being with us for all these years!
— Mahdi (@myusuf3) and Mike (@mgrouchy)
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This is Dan, the new owner and curator-in-chief of Pycoder's 👋
I just want to say this:
I love Pycoder's! It's always been one of my favourite Python resources, and I still remember how giddy I felt whenever I saw one of my posts featured here or on the @pycoders Twitter account.
Huge thanks to Mahdi and Mike for creating this amazing community and growing it over half a decade! Honestly, my Python journey wouldn't be the same without you guys :)
I'm positively thrilled to take Pycoder's into 2019 and I'm already working on a bunch of improvements, like a new website and a searchable issue archive.
Other than that, you can expect continuity from your Pycoder's subscription—one weekly email chock full of the latest Python news, articles, tutorials, and events.
See you next week and...Happy Pythoning!
— Dan Bader (@dbader_org)
P.S. What's your #1 idea or suggestion for making Pycoder's Weekly even better? Just hit reply and let me know. Cheers!