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David Mertz is a columnist who writes for IBM's developerWorks site, Intel Developer Services, O'Reilly's ONLamp, and other online publications, and maintains the public domain Python package Gnosis Utilities. He was previously academic philosopher who wrote about postmodernist ideas. Columns he writes include Charming Python and XML Matters; he has also written individual articles on other topics.
He has written papers on esoteric and flatfooted programming topics, including such subjects as Metaclass programming in Python, multiple dispatch, cryptology, a Haskell programming language tutorial, etc. as well as several papers on open source voting software. a free-as-in-beer online book Text Processing in Python (ISBN 0321112547, printed version published by Addison Wesley).
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