| Building Search DSLs With Django |
A Domain Specific Language is a small language for a particular application domain. GitHub has a simple example within their issue tracker allowing constraints like “is:open” to specify searching only for open tickets. This article shows you how to build your own search DSL in Django using PyParsing.
Resources and Advice for Building CircuitPython Projects
Are you looking to advance your CircuitPython projects? Would you like a collection of resources and tools to help you along your path? This week on the show, Tod Kurt is here to discuss building projects with CircuitPython.
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Migrating Netflix to GraphQL Safely
Netflix made a major architecture change, moving to GraphQL. Doing so for 100s of millions of customers without disruption was a challenge. This article details how they introduced the new pieces to the architecture and moved their developers to the new API.
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Generating Code Without Generating Technical Debt?
GPT and other large language models can produce huge volumes of code quickly. This allows for faster prototyping and iterative development, trying out multiple solutions. But it can also leave us with a bigger amount of mess / code to maintain.
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Polish your Python Code with Pylint
Discover the — often overlooked — value of linting in Snyk’s guide to improving code quality with Pylint →
raise: Raising Exceptions in Your Code
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to raise exceptions in Python, which will improve your ability to efficiently handle errors and exceptional situations in your code. This way, you’ll write more reliable, robust, and maintainable code.
Why and How to Hide the Python Stack Trace
In production software you shouldn’t crash, but if you do, showing your users the stack trace can be disconcerting. This article covers how to hide the stack trace and what other information to provide.
Recursion in Python
A recursive function is one that calls itself. In this video course, you’ll see what recursion is, how it works in Python, and under what circumstances you should use it.
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Designing Pythonic Library APIs
This article summarizes principles that Ben has found useful when designing Python library APIs. Topics include: structure, naming, error handling, and type annotations.
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Supercharging My Telegram Group With ChatGPT
Using Python and ChatGPT, Duarte enriched his Telegram group with a summarizing command and a user impersonation feature. It was made using the gpt-3.5-turbo API.
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Bullet Proofing Django Models
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