Software Developer's Journey
#94 Michael Kennedy almost learned Python in the 90s
Mar 30, 2020 · 50 min
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Michael started by telling us about his Math studies, and how the coding-tool finally took precedence over it. We talked about his role in a (cool) UX/visualization startup and how he really learned to code there. Michael told us how he dipped his toes into public speaking and how it got him his next job into trainings... and was the birth of his current endeavor: 2 podcasts and his own training company.

Michael Kennedy is an entrepreneur, a father of three girls, a husband, a student, and a teacher. Michael is the founder and host of Talk Python To Me, a weekly podcast about Python and related software developer topics. He is a the founder and chief author at Talk Python Training, where many leading Python developer courses are available online.

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