I just watched the entirety of this PyCon keynote  by Russell Keith-Magee @freakboy3742. Python is 28 years old, and the context is — how does it stay relevant for the next 10 years? How does it plan to do things, to remain relevant? And what “black swan” events does Python need to be prepared for?
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.fission.codes/ethereum-10-years-black-swan/