I am a self-taught programmer. I started in high school and have been using python and building websites now for 20+ years (maybe more like 15 for python). But I am no expert. Merely a guy that likes to learn, solve problems, and help others where I can.
My educational background is in International Affairs, and I studied law and am a member of the Bar as an active attorney in Massachusetts, USA. Go ahead, make your lawyer jokes. However, about 4 years ago I moved to Israel with my wife and children and changed careers. I consider myself fortunate that I have now turned my hobby into my profession, and love going to work every day and building in Python.
My involvement in Sanic started when I was looking for something to power a side project. I like to use side projects to explore technologies that are new to me, and I encourage you to do the same. The problem however was that there was no good authentication packages out there. I built one and decided to open source it:
I think the easiest way for me to introduce myself to you all though, is with a bit of common language:
from world import Life from world.essential_actions import drink_coffee, eat_pretzels from world.personal.life import fun, chess, scooter class Brewmaster(Life): def __init__(self): self.roles = ( ('FLL', 'Full Stack Developer'), ('OSE', 'Open Source Enthusiast'), ('ESQ', 'Attorney'), ('HBW', 'Homebrewer'), ('FTH', 'Father'), ('HUS', 'Husband'), ) self.spouse = 'Rachel' def work(self): drink_coffee() eat_pretzels() super().work() def play(self): with self.kids() as kiddos: fun.on_playground_with(kiddos) fun.cooking_with(kiddos) scooter.ride_with(kiddos) chess.teach(kiddos) def love(self): return self.spouse def sleep(self): return False adam = Brewmaster() adam.work() adam.play() adam.love() adam.sleep()