At yesterday’s Chicago Python User Group (ChiPy) meeting, I gave a presentation on the Python
pickle module; I’d always been curious in the internals of how serialization works “under the hood” and wanted to learn enough about it to give a talk that was accessible to Python newcomers and veterans alike.
I’d like to thank Robert Zeh of GETCO for hosting the meeting, and everyone for attending–we had a great turnout. Jono DiCarlo gave an awesome presentation on a video game he made with his 7-year old sister, Christopher Allan Webber showcased a really cool animation framework he created called PyStage, and Steve Githens gave a lightning talk on OpenOffice.org’s latest support for Python scripting.
I’ve posted the slides for my talk in PDF format for anyone interested.