And so as you mentioned, you have decided to make your particular home in the Python language and its community and we were introduced by a sharing acquaintance of Nicholas taller be who's been on the show before? And so I'm curious how it is that you first got introduced to Python?
had that's not that's not really the goal, but I do want to be able to do useful things with it, and I particularly Get involved in the in the area of civic code and, and go to my local when I'm in town and and i'm not researching and so on. I go to my local Code for America group in in Oakland. And I think that's fantastic and that's something I do want to do with it. But trying to do the two things together at the same time is even more difficult than I thought I did. So my progress and coding has been slower than I would have liked but I am making progress and and and have started to learn I've just been learning Ruby, and also supercollider which is a sound generation it generates synthesizer so degenerate sound, but it's also a programming environment for writing music. And, and I'm, that's quite that's quite a tricky language but but I've been doing that and Sonic Pi as well which is a Python. Sorry so so basically built on Ruby, but its its own it's Nicholas told me the other week is going to DSL domain specific leverage So, so I'm Yes, I'm spreading my wings and spreading my wings, and still really working out what I want to do with it. So if you have any ideas