Timezones are one of those things every programmer loves to hate. Most of us, at
least in the US, just try to ignore them and hope nobody notices. Then twice a
year, we fear with impending doom those 3 small words: Daylight Saving Time.
It doesn't have to be this way. Armed with some best practices and a little help
from supporting libraries, timezone-related bugs can be a thing of the past.
This talk explores standard library and 3rd party library timezone support, as
well as persistence and serialization techniques for timezone-aware datetimes.
By the end of the talk, the listener should feel confident in their ability to
correctly store, send, receive, and manipulate datetime objects in any timezone.
I am looking for editors/curators to help with branches of the tree. Please send me an email if you are interested.