Ok, guys, for this hot summer I have selected for you three links for any audience level, three contributions to the Python world that I am sure you will enjoy reading under the umbrella.
Let me also send a message to my friend Adam: I didn't forget to post our articles, they're in the pipeline for the September or October issue, stay tuned! ;)
Enjoy this month's selection and ... happy Pythoning guys!
One of the things I found to be more frustrating for a Python developer is handling the import statements. Several times you find yourself asking why the import statement you just wrote is not working as expected and other times... you wonder why an import that you believed would never have worked actually works!
In this article, Geir Arne Hjelle starts by showing us how to use modules, packages, and namespace packages and goes deep in the heart of this topic.
I've known Geir at Real Python and he's an invaluable professional. He also appeared at the first episode of their podcast show so if you want to know a little bit more of him just listen to the first episode of Real Python Podcast.
The (non-)return of the Python print statement
Author: Jake Edge Audience Level: All levels
Did you know that former Python BDFL Guido Van Rossum floated the idea of bringing back the print statement?
Well, if you are curious to know if this is about to happen, just follow the link! :)
Bored in using Redis as a cache system? In this incredible article by Guy Royse we'll see how it's possible to use Redis (in Python) for everything else, like a queue, a search engine, or a... primary database!
Sounds funny, doesn't it? :)