Presentation: We have nearly one million lines of Python 2 code in production — and now?

Still running Python 2 code in production is like steering a ship without radar in thick fog: You don’t know, which obstacle you will hit next. But there are ways to see the sun again – even for large code bases. This presentation contains a discussion of the possible ways and a success story.

I have been giving the presentation at

  • Python Web Conference 2020 and
  • EuroPython 2020.

If you did not manage to see the presentation at one of these conferences, you will find now:

Maybe this helps you with your next migration project to the Python 3 wonderland. If you have questions – we are here to help with such migration projects.

Author: Michael Howitz

I am a software developer at gocept in Halle (Saale). To develop software, I mainly use Python, Zope, ZTK and Pyramid.

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