Grab your free book with Django and Celery

Oskar Pawlicki

Grab your free book with Django and Celery

What is Celery and how to use it? Sometimes one may face a problem with running code periodically, e.g. once per hour or once a day. For example, Packt Publishing offers Free Learning program where you can grab free e-book every day. But what if one day you can’t be online or just simply forget to log in and check? […]

Unpacking what’s in Python 3.5

Python 3.5 – the latest major release of my favorite programming language comes with a few handy additions – one of which is a small new convenience feature I wanted to write about today. Among definitely more complex enhancements like async/await, type hinting support, Windows C-runtime and installer changes, it might be easily overlooked. Still, I think python is often […]

Unpacking what’s in Python 3.5

Oskar Pawlicki

Back to the future with async and await in Python 3.5

Piotr Groza

Back to the future with async and await in Python 3.5

Python 3.5 was released on September 13th, a couple of weeks ago. Among it’s features it introduces new syntax focused on facilitating writing asynchronous code – await expression and async def, async with and async for statements. Days of future past Major Python releases take place about every year and a half (Python 3.4 was released on March 16th 2014, […]

Chosen aspects of concurrency in Python 3

There are a lot of concepts that exist in the area of parallel and concurrent programming: threads, processes, deadlocks, starvation, race condition, etc. Within concurrent and parallel programming, Python has built-in and external modules that simplify implementation. Due to significant improvements in the areas, this article is based on Python 3.4. Some basics to start with Writing and maintaining concurrent […]

Chosen aspects of concurrency in Python 3

Oskar Pawlicki

IDEGO in top app developers in Poland!

Piotr Groza

IDEGO in top app developers in Poland!

At IDEGO GROUP, we know just how important it is to be visible to great companies that are interested in partnering with an equally exceptional web and mobile software company. We know that we’re the experts when it comes to software, but we need this information to be accessible to potential clients. That’s why we looked to Clutch. Clutch is […]

13.8 billion years after the Big Bang we arrive at the Big Split or: what happened to my ipython notebooks?

If your experience with programming in Python is longer than 15 minutes – chances are you know that is is an interpreted language – and apart from writing scripts and invoking them almost exactly like you would any other program – you can use it interactively in a REPL loop. The interactive interpreter bundled with python is a bit crude […]

13.8 billion years after the Big Bang we arrive at the Big Split or: what happened to my ipython notebooks?

Oskar Pawlicki

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