Notes about python logging

Consider the following code

Executing above: It won’t log anything to console, because it default to level warning It won’t log anything to console, because no stream has been set

Executing above: Running basicConfig(…) default adds the stream to stderr (unless specified explicitly) to root logger It sets the root logger level to… Read More »

Good references for writing tests The above article talks about some anti-patterns in tests, personally I agree most of them especially anti-pattern on “Treating TDD as a religion”.

Good Read: Being A Developer After 40

“In our industry, every technology generates what I call a “galaxy.” These galaxies feature stars but also black holes; meteoric changes that fade in the night, many planets, only a tiny fraction of which harbour some kind of life, and lots of cosmic dust and dark matter. Examples of galaxies are, for example, .NET, Cocoa, Node.js,… Read More »