Although most well-known for being the founder of the Twisted project, Glyph has also worked on massively multiplayer online games, dynamic web applications, enterprise information management software, and created or contributed to dozens of open source projects, mostly related to infrastructure.
He’s also a prolific public speaker, mostly about software, also occasionally about ethics.
He has run Python programs, and written Python programs to be run, on mainframes, on custom-built embedded devices, and just about everything in between.
March 21st, 2022 | 41 mins 16 secs
Twisted has been supporting asynchronous / event driven applications way before asyncio.
Twisted, and Glyph, have also been encouraging automated tests for a very long time.
For testing asynchronous or event driven systems, Twisted uses a technique that should be usable by other applications, even those using asyncio or other event driven architectures.