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Miroslav Šedivý

Miro is using Python to make the sun shine and the wind blow.

Born in Czechoslovakia, he has lived in France, Germany, and Austria and therefore understands a bunch of European languages. With 20+ years of Linux experience and coding with Python since version 2.5, Miro has dedicated most of his career building complex systems using open-source software and libraries to forecast, process, and analyze power generation and distribution data.

Miro is also a big fan of OpenStreetMap and helps fill in the gaps on the world map. As a reviewer of the books “Modern Vim” and “Fluent Python (2nd ed.)”, he loves sharing his expertise on the best tools for daily tasks. In 2021, Miro was named a Fellow of the Python Software Foundation.