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Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Brian #1:distinctipy “distinctipy is a lightweight python package providing functions to generate colours that are visually distinct from one another.” Small, focused tool, but …
 
Will McGugan has brought a lot of color to CLIs within Python due to Rich. Then Textual started rethinking full command line applications, including layout with CSS. And now Textualize, a new startup, is bringing CLI apps to the web. Special Guest: Will McGugan. Sponsored By: Rollbar: With Rollbar, developers deploy better software faster. Links: r…
 
When you are teaching someone web development skills, when is the right time to start teaching code quality and testing practices? Karl Stolley believes it's never too early. Let's hear how he incorporates code quality in his courses. Our discussion includes: starting people off with good dev practices and tools linting html and css validation visu…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored: RedHat: Compiler Podcast Special guest: Tonya Sims Michael #1: Pathy: a Path interface for local and cloud bucket storage via Spencer Pathy is a python package (with type annotations) for working with Cloud Bucket storage providers using a pathlib interface. It provides an easy-to-us…
 
Being productive is obviously a good thing. Can we measure it? Should we measure it? There's been failed attempts, like lines of code, etc. in the past. Currently, there are new tools to measure productivity, like using git metrics. Nick Hodges joins the show to discuss the good and the bad of developer and team productivity, including how we can i…
 
Django has a handful of console commands to help manage and develop sites. django-rich adds color and nice formatting. Super cool. In a recent release, django-rich also adds nice colorized tracebacks to the Django test runner. Special Guests: Adam Johnson and David Smith. Sponsored By: Python Testing with pytest, 2nd edition: The fastest way to lea…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Brian #1: pyscript Python in the browser, from Anaconda. repo here Announced at PyConUS “During a keynote speech at PyCon US 2022, Anaconda’s CEO Peter Wang unveiled quite a sur…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored: RedHat: Compiler Podcast Special guest: Anna Astori Michael #1: Take Your Github Repository To The Next Level 🚀️ Step 0. Make Your Project More Discoverable Step 1. Choose A Name That Sticks Step 2. Display A Beautiful Cover Image Step 3. Add Badges To Convey More Information Step 4.…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Mergify! Special guest: Pat Decker Michael #0: New live stream / recording time: 12pm US PT on Tuesdays. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified and be part of the episodes. Brian #1: BTW, don’t make a public repo private How we lost 54k GitHub stars Jakub Roztočil …
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Datadog: pythonbytes.fm/datadog Special guest: Brian Skinn (Twitter | Github) Michael #1: OpenBB wants to be an open source challenger to Bloomberg Terminal OpenBB Terminal provides a modern Python-based integrated environment for investment research, that allows an average joe ret…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by: Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Special guest: Vuyisile Ndlovu Brian #1: dunk - a prettier git diff Darren Burns Uses Rich “⚠️ This project is very early stages” - whatever, I like it. Recommendation is to use less as a pager for it git diff | dunk | less -R Michael #2: Is yo…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by: Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Special guest: Thomas Gaigher, creator/maintainer pypyr taskrunner Michael #1: March Package Madness via Chris May Start with 16 packages They battle it out 2-on-2 in elimination rounds Voting is once a week So go vote! Brian #2: nbpreview “A t…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by FusionAuth: pythonbytes.fm/fusionauth Special guest: Ian Hellen Brian #1: gensim.parsing.preprocessing Problem I’m working on Turn a blog title into a possible url example: “Twisted and Testing Event Driven / Asynchronous Applications - Glyph” would like, perhaps: “twisted-testing-…
 
Twisted has been supporting asynchronous / event driven applications way before asyncio. Twisted, and Glyph, have also been encouraging automated tests for a very long time. Twisted uses a technique that should be usable by other applications, even those using asyncio or other event driven architectures. Full Transcript Special Guest: Glyph. Sponso…
 
Ryan Cheley joins me today to talk about some challenges of managing software teams, and how to handle them. We end up talking about a lot of skills that are excellent for software engineers as well as managers. Some topics discussed: handling code reviews asking good questions being honest about what you can't do with current resources and data di…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Special guest: Emily Morehouse-Valcarcel Michael #1: Async and await with subprocesses by Fredrik Averpil People know I do all sorts of stuff with async Lots of cool async things are not necessarily built into Python, but our instead third-party…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Special guest: Anne Barela Brian #1: The Adam Test : 12 Questions for New Dependencies Found through a discussion with Ryan Cheley, who will be on an upcoming episode of Test & Code, talking about Managing Software Teams. The Joel Test dates bac…
 
Don't you just love technical interviews, with someone who just saw your resume or CV 5 minutes ago asking you to write some code on a whiteboard. Probably code that has nothing to do with anything you've done before or anything you will do at the company. No? Neither does Nathan Aschbacher. So when he started building the team at his company, he d…
 
We talk with Adam Johnson about his new book, "Boost Your Django DX". Developer experience includes tools and practices to make developers more effective and efficient, and just plain make software development more fun and satisfying. One of the things I love about this book is that it's not just for Django devs. I'd guess that about half the book …
 
Exploratory testing is absolutely an essential part of a testing strategy. This episode discusses what exploratory testing is, its benefits, and how it fits within a framework of relying on automated tests for most of our testing. Full Transcript Sponsored By: Rollbar: Rollbar enables developers to proactively discover and resolve issues in their c…
 
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