I'm delighted to tell you, I've started writing on the Python Software Foundation's blog. The PSF's communications head Diana Clarke asked me last month if I could blog for them, to share duties with their inveterate writer Mary Ann Sushinsky.
So far, I've talked with Damien George and Nicholas Tollervey about the effort to port Python to the new micro:bit, a tiny computer the BBC is distributing to a million school children in the UK. And I interviewed data scientist Jackie Kazil and PSF vice-chair Lynn Root about Jackie's career and her leadership of the PyLadies annual charity auction.
I don't plan to cross-post every time I publish on the PSF blog. I just wanted you to know how much fun I'm having, talking with prominent Python folk and keeping the community up to date about the PSF.