Scheduled for release in mid-December following the conference, Python 3.6 is shaping up to be a feature-packed release! This talk will cover all the new features of note that will be making their debut in Python 3.6, with consideration to explain things so that those still on legacy Python 2 can follow along.

Brett Cannon Bio

Brett is part of the Azure Data Science Tools team at Microsoft where he works on various Python engineering problems. He has been a core developer of Python itself for over 13 years and mucked around with pretty much every part of Python at this point. At this point Brett just hopes he can continue to live up to winning the 2016 Frank Willison Award.

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