Why should I write code when I can write code that writes code?

10:15am - 10:40am on Saturday, October 5 in PennTop South

James Powell



The temptation to employ code-generating techniques in Python is strong. Much of what is called “metaprogramming” in Python refers to the various techniques through which we can write higher-order code: code that then generates the code that solves our problem. This talk discusses various common approaches for code-generation, their applicability to solving real problems, and the reality of using these techniques in your work.

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