In this article, I will teach you techniques to help you write better assertions. You will learn how to make them catch as many bugs as possible, without having to update tests too often, lessening your maintenance burden.
By Dennis Byrne
This article explores securing data using keyed hashing in Python.
From Domain-Specific Languages Made Easy by Meinte Boersma A domain-specific language is a software language that allows domain experts to capture their knowledge in a precise enough way to make that executable. The following article is a standalone excerpt from… Continue Reading →
From Tiny Python Projects by Ken Youens-Clark
This article delves into how to make really memorable and secure passwords—with Python!
In this article, you’ll learn how to use Node and Jest to test code written to run in a browser.
From Developing Microservice APIs with Python by Jose Haro Peralta
In this article we will explain what web APIs are. You will learn that a web API is a specific instance of the more general concept of Application Programming Interface (API). It is important to understand that an API is just a layer on top of an application, and that there are many different types of interfaces.
From Python Concurrency with asyncio by Matthew Fowler
From BDD in Action, Second Edition by John Ferguson Smart
This article explores BDD automation tools that are available for use.