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8:30- 10:00

Salling Group
Rosbjergvej 33

Tec Five-Tec-O-Meter

Stefan Mejlgaard

Introduction to venv-cli for Python (Morning Meetup)

Managing Python projects can be a challenge due to dependency issues with tools like pipenv, Anaconda, or poetry. In response, we have developed venv-cli, a lightweight command-line interface tool, to help simplify the creation and management of virtual environments and project dependencies.


The tool leverages pip and venv, ensuring a transparent workflow and a focus on the ease of use of virtual environments, without any of the potential issues and frustrations that come from using existing third-party tools.


In this talk, Stefan Mejlgaard will go through the motivation for building venv-cli and some of the thoughts about the underlying principles, then showcase the tool with some practical examples.