What is the coolest Python application, framework, or library you have discovered in 2011?
I started using Tox in all my projects this year. It's got to be one of the best addition for testing multiple platforms and package versions.
What new programming technique did you learn in 2011?
I love testing, and have been good at writing tests for my code, but I've been naturally moving towards a stricter TDD testing style, and I've been some great benifits from this.
What’s the name of the open source project you contributed the most in 2011? What did you do?
What was the Python blog or website you read the most in 2011?
Planet Python and Python Redit. I've also started reading Hackernews more, which fairly often has Python related content.
What are the three top things you want to learn in 2012?
Pyramid, More of Python's internals, Haskell. The last has been on my list for a while.
What are the top software, app, or lib you wish someone would write in 2012?
I'd like somebody to build a CI server that uses ep.io to deploy testing apps and run the tests and then deploy to the production app.
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