Brandon Rhodes draws on more than 20 years of experience with Python and 30 years with Unix to offer effective patterns and practices to the audiences of his talks, writing, and training. His Python Patterns website offers Pythonic alternatives to the design patterns that are necessary in less flexible languages. He’s the author of both the old PyEphem astronomy library as well its modern alternative Skyfield, along with smaller projects like the elegant little logging_tree module that’s compatible with every Python back to Python 2.3. He is a Fellow of the Python Software Foundation, on whose behalf he served as the volunteer chair of PyCon 2016–2017 in Portland
April 27th, 2021 | 56 mins 32 secs
adventure, fortran, gaming, python
Adventure, or Colossal Cave Adventure, was written between 1975 and 1977 in Fortran. Brandon Rhodes ported it to Python 3, initial release in 2011, and still maintains it. We talk to Brandon about this wonderful game.