Via Tarek Ziadé (original meme, none this year…) and Alex Clark. Right after the break.

Here it comes:

1. What’s the coolest Python application, framework or library you discovered this year?


2. What new programming technique did you learn this year?

There are lots of them, including writing sane context managers.

3. Which open source project did you contribute to the most this year? What did you do?

Nikola yet again! Up until now, I made 484 commits (or 431 excluding merge commits) — which is quite a lot.

4. Which Python blogs, websites or mailing lists did you read the most this year?

Ned Batchelder’s and Armin Ronacher’s blogs and many things that are on Planet Python.

5. What are the three top things you want to learn next year?

There are lots of them, mainly C, some Ruby and JavaScript.

6. What is the top software, application or library you wish someone would write next year?

My current todo-list says it all — and I’m working on that:

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  1. copy-paste the questions and answer to them in your blog

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