The Real Python Team

Thanks to amazing readers like you Real Python has grown leaps and bounds:

Meet the realpython.com team:

Anja Pircher

Anja Pircher

Anja is a member of the Real Python team and our super-talented staff graphic designer.

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Bob Belderbos

Bob Belderbos

Bob is a driven Pythonista working as a software developer at Oracle. Bob is passionate about automation, data, web development, code quality, and mentoring other developers.

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Colin OKeefe

Colin OKeefe

Colin is a freelance Software Creative who travels the unixverse in the good ship Python.

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Dan Bader

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Dan is the Chief Python Nut at Real Python. He helps Python developers take their coding skills to the next level with Python tutorials, books, and online training.

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Julien Danjou

Julien Danjou

Free Software Hacker, author of the book "Scaling Python," runner, foodie and FPS player.

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Jason Reynolds

Jason Reynolds

Jason is an avid Pythonista and a member of the Real Python tutorial team.

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Kyle Purdon

Kyle Purdon

Kyle is a software engineer in Boulder, CO. He is a Python first developer with experience in Ruby, Golang, and many more languages.

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Michael Herman

Michael Herman

Michael is a software engineer and educator who lives and works in Denver, CO.

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Shantnu Tiwari

Shantnu Tiwari

Shantnu has worked in the low level/embedded domain for ten years. Shantnu suffered at the hands of C/C++ for several years before he discovered Python, and it felt like a breath of fresh air.

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And Now?

This site is a team effort and there are a lot of awesome folks here working really hard to give back to the Python community. So what can you do?

  • Say hello in person: If you meet one of us at a conference or tech meetup, be sure to say hi.
  • Follow us on Twitter: If you want to see what the team is tweeting about you can usually find their Twitter account on their about page.
  • Say thank you: If you like a tutorial or someone helps you on the comments, thank the tutorial author(s) or commenter. It’s always nice to know your efforts are appreciated.
  • Read about the team: Check their about page and find out more about everyone on the team.
  • Join in: This community depends on the participation of everyone, so join in and contribute to the comments. Ask questions, answer others, and add to the discussion.

Thank You!

Thank you so much for reading this web site and being a part of our community!

We hope you enjoy our tutorials and we look forward to getting to know you.

Happy Pythoning!