I was just interviewed on the Talk Python to Me Podcast.


What does a hot summer dayAutomatic License Plate Recognition and the Talk Python to Me Podcast have in common?

Well. That’s a funny story — and one that landed me with a pretty hefty fine from the police.

But for the full story, you’ll have to listen to the latest Talk Python to Me podcast to find out!

It you have never listened to Talk Python to Me, I must say, it’s pretty awesome. Each week, the host Michael Kennedy interviews a fellow Python developer and dives deep into a specific area of expertise ranging from test driven development and DevOps, Python and MongoDB, and even ROS, the Robot Operating System.

A few weeks ago, Michael and I were put into contact and I had the amazing honor of being asked to come on the show.

It was a fantastic experience — thanks so much Michael!

In the latest episode of Talk Python to Me, Michael and I discuss computer vision and OpenCV using the Python programming language. Be sure to click here and give it a listen.

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2 Responses to I was just interviewed on the Talk Python to Me Podcast.

  1. David June 13, 2015 at 2:34 am #

    I heard you on the podcast and I really enjoyed it. I am a self taught scriptkiddy so finding out about new and exciting things like pyimagesearch is always good. I look forward reading the book and trying it out.

    • Adrian Rosebrock June 13, 2015 at 6:41 am #

      Hey David, thanks for the comment — and I’m glad to hear you liked the podcast! Enjoy the blog!

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