Compare Top Python Frameworks

Python frameworks make it easier for developers to create web applications quickly by offering required functionality out of the box. This allows developers to focus on the business logic instead and get up and running faster and smarter See comparison between popular Python frameworks.

March 7, 2020

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Should You Unit Test Private Methods?

To unit test private methods or not to test, that’s the question. There are two kinds of software developers in this world: those who never subject private methods to unit testing dir...

Nov 19, 2016

Performance Testing Serverside Applications

Performance testing server-side applications is a crucial process to help understand how the application behaves under load. It helps software teams fine-tune their applications to ge...

Nov 16, 2016

Taking Responsibility for Your Actions

I read Pragmatic Programmer whenever I get a chance. It’s such a great book. I was skipping through the pages today and landed on the first chapter. After (re)reading it, I can say th...

Nov 14, 2016

Git Tips - Undoing Accidental Commits

Here are couple of git undo’s to get yourself out of trouble. Before you use anything from this post, please make a copy of the your working directory and store it somewhere safe. Git...

Nov 13, 2016

Automated Tests Help Developers Sleep Better

In Pragmatic Programmer, Andy and Dave wrote: Most developers hate testing. They tend to test gently, subconsciously knowing where thecode will break and avoiding the weak spots. Pra...

Nov 12, 2016

Building Microservices in Python and Flask (GitHub Project Included)

After years of building applications and platforms using the Service Oriented Architecture, I became very interested in microservices last year. So much so that I chose the job offer ...

Jul 10, 2016

Should the US Allow Foreign Developers?

Hiring good developers is really difficult. It’s even more difficult when the market is red hot. The Bay Area is ripe with opportunities for job-seekers and good developers are almost...

Jul 09, 2016

Interactive Emails with Email Markup

It was a pleasant surprise when itinerary for my upcoming flight automatically showed up on my Galaxy S6. I didn’t have open my Gmail and search for the confirmation email. It was rig...

Jul 08, 2016

Unit, Integration and End-To-End Tests - Finding the Right Balance

This is something I have regrettably noticed in many backend projects that I have worked on. Developers write “unit tests” that in reality are ‘end-to-end’ tests. They test the entire...

Jul 05, 2016

RESTful - What Are Idempotent and Safe Methods and How to Use Them?

One of the challenges when designing a REST API is choosing the right HTTP method (GET, PUT, POST etc.) that corresponds with the operation being performed. Some people incorrectly as...

Jul 04, 2016