slides for Unicode In Python, Completely Demystified (PyCon 2008)
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This was a presentation for PyCon 2008 on how to understand Unicode in Python. It is in the public domain under the WTFPL license. It is free to re-use / re-write or anything you want.

The source of the text is contained in unicode.txt

To build the slides create a virtualenv and run:

pip install -r requirements.txt