How to upload a package in PyPI using twine ?

While I was working on my project on software licensing, I noticed that there are several packages in PyPI which do not have a requirements.txt file (the file mentioning the dependencies). License files, though not a rare species but surely an endangered one in the Python World. These made…

gitcen : censusing the git

In the developers’ sprint at PyCon US, I was sitting in the MicroPython room. After the second half, many of the developers left the room. The room turned into a Tundra region (I came from a place where the temperature was 40C). The only option left was to get into…

PyLadies Pune June meet up

The one thing I missed the most, in PyCon US, 2017, was my PyLadies Pune group. We were hoping to contribute to projects individually and as a group for a long time now. For our June meetup, we planned to give a shape to this idea. Kushal and Sayan readily…

FOSSASIA 2017, my homecoming

Ohh you guys came alone, no Py this time? No Py this time; missing all the noise and fun around. (How can you miss the noise? It is supposed to be a disturbance.) These were some introductory reactions from friends meeting us at FOSSASIA 2017. Kushal and I learned our…

My bunnyuncle

PyCon Pune devs sprint hardware room time 10 AM The room was full with engineering students, professional engineers, hardware guys. And among them there was me, a lawyer and I do not understand a single bit of hardware. I was cursing myself why am I here. In fact I have…

Making their ways: PyLadies Pune

July, 2017 PyLadies Pune came out of hibernation and rebooted its journey. Let me tell you honestly it has been quite a roller coaster ride since then. We faced a lot of problems but among them the biggest one was lack of participation by women. For the first month the…

micro:bit : a round around the Sun

"The future of the world is in my classroom today"- Ivan W. Fitzwater. To shape the world we need to give the children the correct environment to learn new things. BBC micro:bit is such a project. It has been a year since micro:bit was launched…