Webinar: “virtualenv – a deep dive” with Bernat Gabor

Posted on by Paul Everitt

virtualenv is a tool that builds virtual environments for Python. It was first created in September 2007 and just went through a rewrite from scratch. Did you ever want to know what parts virtual environments can be broken down into? Or how they work? And how does virtualenv differ from the Python builtin venv? This is the webinar you want.

  • Wednesday, October 7
  • 17h (CET) / 11 AM (EDT)
  • Register here
  • Intermediate audience – for those who want to get a better understanding of the virtual environments in Python

Speaking To You

Bernat Gabor has been using Python since 2011 and has been a busy participant in the open-source Python community. He is the maintainer of the virtualenv package, which allows the creation of Python virtual environments for all Python versions and interpreter types, including CPython, Jython, and PyPy. He also maintains tox and has contributed to various other Python packages.

Bernat works at Bloomberg, a technology company with more than 6,000 software engineers around the world – 2,000 of whom use Python in their daily roles. Finally, he is part of the company’s Python Guild, a group of engineers dedicated to improving the adoption, usage, and best practices of Python within the company.

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