It's a bit tricky to deal with dates, timezones and daylight savings when you need to store dates in e.g. a database for later reading.
This tickles the funny bone.
Let me know in the comments below if this can be improved...
A very annoying bug came to light in mid-October which makes Maya 2018 binary scene files (*.mb) unreadable if they are larger than ~2 GB in size.
To be exact, the bug is hit when the file size is larger than 2147483647 bytes, the maximum positive value for a 32-bit signed binary integer.
This is reminder-to-self about how to get set up and contribute to PySide2 using Gerrit. It could also be a fun read "on the bus" before actually setting this up yourself, to get an overview on what's required to get up and running with Gerrit.
Qt.py is now available on conda-forge!
I've received questions lately on the issues that people are having while attempting to build PySide2 on Windows, macOS and Linux. Instead of building PySide2, there's actually a workaround which works just as well for some people...
A boilerplate which can be used on Windows and Linux/macOS in order to asynchronously run subprocesses. This requres Python 3.6.
It seems Autodesk did not create a Render Setup documentation. This is me collecting code snippets and exploring Python functions.