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Dane Hillard

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I'm a software engineer and web developer interested in education, biotechnology, and open source.

Publishing Python Packages

The life of a maintainer can be hard. Beyond writing working code, you have to triage issues, review pull requests, and create releases regularly. Don't let the logistics of package management get in your way. I'm currently writing Publishing Python Packages, a book about creating and streamlining a repeatable process for authoring and maintaining Python packages. Whether you're looking to create your first published Python package or trying to reduce the maintenance burden of the packages you already work on, Publishing Python Packages has something for you.

Publishing Python Packages, a Manning book by Dane Hillard

Practices of the Python Pro

If you're new to the software development industry, consider checking out my book, Practices of the Python Pro. It provides broad introductory coverage of software design, maintenance, and testing. You might also want to check out daneah/practices-of-the-python-pro for the accompanying code samples.

Practices of the Python Pro, a Manning book by Dane Hillard

Exploring Software Extensibility

With two chapters from Practices of the Python Pro and one chapter each from Object Design Style Guide and The Design of Web APIs, Exploring Software Extensibility is a great entrypoint into the ideas that make software live a long life. Software is rarely complete, so building it to last by being open to future requirements and change is a must.

Exploring Software Extensibility, a Manning resource with chapter selections by Dane Hillard

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  1. Examples and exercises for Publishing Python Packages from Manning Books 🐍 πŸ“¦ ⬆️

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  2. Examples and exercises for Practices of the Python Pro from Manning Books πŸπŸ“˜

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  3. JSTOR's design system

    TypeScript 27 2

  4. 🍳 apiron is a Python package that helps you cook a tasty client for RESTful APIs. Just don't wash it with SOAP.

    Python 98 11

  5. dotfiles Public template

    πŸ—„ Common configuration files to use when setting up or improving a shell environment

    Shell 22 5

  6. πŸ’¬ webmention for Django projects

    Python 51 9

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Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
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130 contributions in private repositories Sep 7 – Sep 24

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