I am Jothir Adithyan a 22 year old self taught Python developer from Kerala.
I have been enthusiastic about computers and networking ever since I first got my hand on computer and discovered the internal working of it. I have been an active member of the Kerala and Indian python community often attending talks and contributing to them, also writing code in my leisure time.
I am currently a product engineer at Strollby. I work in company with a tight knit group of brilliant engineers helping them solve a variety of hurdles in implementing a ginormous codebase.
Pendulum is a Python package for working with dates, times, and timezones. It offers a simple and intuitive API for common date/time operations and provides advanced functionality for dealing with more complex scenarios. Some of the interesting points of Pendulum include support for leap years, time zones, and daylight saving time, as well as a fluent API for creating and modifying dates and times.
One of the standout features of Pendulum is its support for time zones. The library comes with a comprehensive list of time zones, and it can automatically adjust dates and times to the local time zone of a given location. Additionally, Pendulum can handle time zone conversions with ease, making it easy to work with date/time data across different time zones.
Pendulum also provides a powerful API for creating and modifying dates and times. With its fluent interface, developers can create and manipulate dates and times using a natural, human-readable syntax.