Part 22: The End
Whew! Thank you for sticking with me. When I started this series I didn’t realize it was going to be this long, or take this much time to make. But I have enjoyed creating it and hope you have enjoyed reading it.
Now that I have finished, I will look into the possibility of generating a PDF format. No promises, though.
I would like to conclude with a few suggestions on how to continue your Twisted education.
First, I would recommend reading the Twisted online documentation. Although it is much-maligned, I think it’s better than it is often given credit for.
If you want to use Twisted for web programming, then Jean-Paul Calderone has a well-regarded series called “Twisted Web in 60 Seconds“. I suspect it will take a little longer than that to read, though.
There is also a Twisted Book, which I can’t say much about as I haven’t read it.
But more important than any of those, I think, is to read the Twisted source code. Since that code is written by people who know Twisted very well, it is an excellent source of examples for how do to things the “Twisted Way”.
- Port a synchronous program you wrote to Twisted.
- Write a new Twisted program from scratch.
- Pick a bug from the Twisted bug database and fix it. Submit a patch to the Twisted developers. Don’t forget to read about the process for making your contribution.
The End, Really