Lettuce – scenario based tests for Django and other frameworks

Source article: Lettuce – scenario based tests for Django and other frameworks lettuce is a test system driven by scenarios used in behavior driven development (BDD). The scenarios are described expressively in English and can be read and understood even for non programmers. Test system like lettuce parsers the scenarios and executes required tests for […]

Django Extensions 1.0.2

Source article: Django Extensions 1.0.2 Minor version update Django-Extensions 1.0.2 is out. This release fixes the following problems: tests: fix keyzcar test failure: ImproperlyConfigured: You must set the ENCRYPTED_FIELD_KEYS_DIR setting to your Keyczar keys directory. fields: fix docstring for UUID docs: Make README links clickable and organized. show_urls: Revive –unsorted option Added LoggingBaseCommand that logs […]

Learning Python via Django Considered Harmful

Source article: Learning Python via Django Considered Harmful I learned to program in Python indirectly. I was interested in learning about web application development and heard good things about Django. I didn’t know Python, but the syntax and documentation looked straightforward enough. Like any reasonable programmer, I figured the language didn’t matter and I would […]

Learning Python via Django Considered Harmful

Source article: Learning Python via Django Considered Harmful I learned to program in Python indirectly. I was interested in learning about web application development and heard good things about Django. I didn’t know Python, but the syntax and documentation looked straightforward enough. Like any reasonable programmer, I figured the language didn’t matter and I would […]

Developer Time

Source article: Developer Time This blog post got started with a tweet. That tweet got retweeted a lot by developers. And system administrators. And database administrators. And any creative type. As of December 7th, 2012, it had been retweeted over 500 times, a personal best. Obviously I struck a chord that resonated with a lot […]

Developer Time

Source article: Developer Time This blog post got started with a tweet. That tweet got retweeted a lot by developers. And system administrators. And database administrators. And any creative type. As of December 7th, 2012, it had been retweeted over 500 times, a personal best. Obviously I struck a chord that resonated with a lot […]

Developer Time

Source article: Developer Time This blog post got started with a tweet. That tweet got retweeted a lot by developers. And system administrators. And database administrators. And any creative type. As of December 7th, 2012, it had been retweeted over 500 times, a personal best. Obviously I struck a chord that resonated with a lot […]