Posts tagged 'python'

Feature Toggles for Python, Django and Django REST Framework

So I’ve been wanting to get a decent feature toggle framework set up for my project at work. It’s one of those things which isn’t useful until it is, and then the pressure is on so you put off adding it, until it’s not useful again …

Pimping my IPython

Using IPython in your development workflow can be a massive time saver, and great for TDD, investigating APIs or legacy code or just for saving time performing some manual task.

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I’m currently working on a legacy Django codebase that’s deployed to a few different unique servers.

I’m …

Why I moved to GitLab

I’ve been becoming more and more enamored with GitLab.

I’ve always used GitHub for personal projects but, despite it being the de facto standard for developers looking for a place to keep their repositories, I decided to move to GitLab as the primary location for storing my projects …

How I Built This Site

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A long time ago I had a webpage build with Drupal. It wasn’t very good and I never really used it properly anyway. After a harddrive failure I couldn’t be bothered to recover the thing and left it to RIP.

Recently I …

Python Iterator Tips

Python’s iterator protocol is a powerful tool in your arsenal.

An Iterator is an object that returns streams of data. To be an iterator an instance just have to have a next() method. Repeated calls to the iterator’s next() method return successive items in the stream. When no …