The talk itself:
(I'm afraid you probably need LibreOffice, and ideally the Montserrat and Deja Vu Sans Mono, to view the slides properly. I haven't posted a PDF because LibreOffice's PDF export makes a mess of slides containing animations.)
Sprint info: I'll be here at PyCon for the first two days of the sprint – if you want to contribute to Trio, or just play around with it while sitting next to me, then that'd be awesome! Note that we give out commit rights to everyone as soon as their first PR is merged.
Trio's tutorial and reference manual: https://trio.readthedocs.io
Code and issues: https://github.com/python-trio/trio
Articles: For more background on the ideas in Trio:
The theory behind nurseries: Notes on structured concurrency; or, Go statement considered harmful
The theory behind cancel scopes, and why you might prefer them to all the other kinds of cancellation APIs: Timeouts and cancellation for humans
How Trio implements control-C: Control-C handling in Python and Trio (this isn't important for using Trio, but might be interesting if you like reading about complicated technical tricks)
I really want to follow you on Twitter! I don't really tweet much, but, here you go....
Do you have a blog? Yep. This is it :-).