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John Chidgey John Chidgey
Nick Coghlan Nick Coghlan

Pragmatic 35: Written by Kernel Hackers for Kernel Hackers


1st September 2014

Why write open source code and when you should start. If you're interested in Python, John's found just the man, Nick Coghlan of Red Hat joins John to discuss open source, python and how a casual interest can turn into big part of your career and your life.

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Acknowledgements
  • Intro music for all episodes credit to Ludwig Van Beethoven: Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor (WoO 59 and Bia 515) "Für Elise" performed in 2000 by John Chidgey on my beloved K. Kawai GE-1A that I no longer have (SOB)
  • Outro music to Markus Kaarlonen from his original MOD file SpaceDeb.MOD