I'm Ned Batchelder, a Python software developer and community organizer.
- My personal site is https://nedbatchelder.com.
- I work at 2U/edX on Open edX.
- I'm an organizer of Boston Python.
You can find me at:
My latest blog posts:
- Truchet backgrounds, 23 Sep
Abstract but engaging backgrounds made with custom Truchet tiles (read..)
- Making a coverage badge, 19 Sep
This is a sketch of how to use GitHub actions to get a total combined coverage number, and create a badge for your README. (read..)
- Stilted, 27 Aug
For fun this summer, I implemented part of the PostScript language, using PyCairo for rendering. I call it Stilted. (read..)
- Truchet images, 17 Aug
Hacking around with Truchet tiles to display images (read..)
- Fall fallout, 30 Jul
More about my bike fall since I wrote about it two weeks ago. (read..)
- The Fall, 13 Jul
One moment I was riding my bike; the next thing I remember, I was sitting on the ground talking to an EMT from the ambulance parked nearby. (read..)
- and many more..
I maintain a few Python packages, including:
- Coverage.py: The code coverage tool for Python
- Cog: Small bits of Python computation for static files
- Dinghy: A GitHub activity digest tool
- Scriv: Changelog management tool
- Aptus: Mandelbrot fractal viewer
(made with cog at 2022-09-26 04:36 UTC)