Asyncio Part the third

Posted on Mon 13 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with python, asyncio, asyncawait

What happens when you try to make an init async?


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Disabling Pylint Messages

Posted on Sun 12 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with python, pylint, vscode

Showing how to disable specific Pylint warnings.


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Docker and Image Sizes

Posted on Sat 11 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with docker, devops

I was surprised & learned something about building Docker images.


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Asyncio part 2 - Now More Abstract

Posted on Wed 08 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with python, pythonTipOfTheDay, asyncio, coroutine, abstract, abc, asyncawait

What happens when you mix coroutines with Abstract Base Classes?


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Code Quality Challenge #2 - Reducing Build Times

Posted on Tue 07 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with cqc, devops, jenkins

CQC #2 - Reducing Build Times


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Asyncio, You are a complex beast...

Posted on Sun 05 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with asyncio, python, pythonTipOfTheDay, asyncawait

Learning asyncio


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Python Tip of the Day - Merging Dicts

Posted on Fri 03 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with python, pythonTipOfTheDay

Python Tip of the Day - Merging Two Dicts


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Code Quality Challenge #1 - Test Coverage

Posted on Wed 01 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with testing, coverage, cqc, quality

CQC #1 - Exploring Test Coverage


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Code Quality Challenge #0 - Getting Started

Posted on Wed 01 August 2018 in Posts • Tagged with quality, refactoring, cqc

Let's do a quality challenge to find some quick wins.


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F-Strings Are F'ing Cool

Posted on Thu 12 July 2018 in Posts • Tagged with python, pythonTipOfTheDay, fstrings

Python 3.6 introduced a new way to format strings. They're really f-ing cool. Let's see why.


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