Fixtures, pytest, python, person & much more…
Python News Friday, July 13
- All You Need to Know to Start Using Fixtures in Your pytest Code
Fixtures, pytest, Python
- Guido van Rossum steps down as Python BDFL
- Linux Hardware Reviews, Open-Source Benchmarks & Linux Performance – Phoronix
- Curtin University: 16 – 18 July 2018
- Bots for Discord
- C# Corner – A Social Community of Developers and Programmers
- PyVideo.org · Lightning Talks 2017-09-08
- みんなのPython勉強会#38 (2018/08/08 19:00〜)
- I defined a fixture to make a fresh DB with some test tweets for every test: – – A couple of things to notice here: – – Then to use this fixture on the test methods we can just pass it in as function argument: – – You can access…
- The and exceptions are used to control the data added and the amount of sugary foods I try to buy – – This cart can be instantiated with a list of namedtuple items, if not provided use an empty list Print a simple table of cart items with total at…
- Let’s wrap it in a fixture: – – To use it I need to add it as input argument to each test function that uses it: – – And now I can ditch these lines of code which were duplicated multiple times: – – I only covered the basics so…
- Let’s change it to session and check again: – – Running the tests now gives: – – Lastly I recommend adding docstrings to your fixtures so that they show up when somebody probes for them with the flag: – – This should give you all you need to start using…
- You will see fixtures increasingly used in our Bites of Py test code and I am happy we covered it here now, because it is one of the things that makes pytest great!
@pybites: All You Need to Know to Start Using #Fixtures in Your #pytest Code https://t.co/eLa2ErNa5M #Python
- I am not going to appoint a successor.
- I suspect this is the correct approach for Guido van Rossum to take.
- If he appoints a successor and it doesnt work out folk can blame him for it.
- If the Python community is going to assume the responsibility formerly held by Guido van Rossum qua BDFL they might as well start right away.
@lobsters: Guido van Rossum steps down as Python BDFLvia @njgoldbaumhttps://t.co/mQBBURjizx #person #pythonhttps://t.co/rthlpcap5H
- Open-source developer Antonio Larrosa who contributes to KDE and openSUSE has been developing a command-line music manager called Bard.
- He’s written an interesting post about how he sped up some of his operations by around eight-thousand times faster.In particular, Antonio was focused on speeding up the process of finding song/music duplicates in the user’s local music collection.
- What started out as Python code was morphed into optimized C++ code.
- Little surprise, the C++ code once tuned was immensely faster than Python — but the blog post is interesting for those curious about the impact of the various steps he took for tuning this implementation.Rather than rewriting the entire program in C++, he used the Boost.Python library that allows seamless…
- Those curious about the steps he pursued for this speed-up in transitioning the performance sensitive code from Python to C++ can be found via this blog post .
@HackyHourUWA: If you’re looking to learn how to program Python or R @CurtinUni is running a two day workshop from 16 to 18 July! https://t.co/aWn8Rn8MlN
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@CsharpCorner: Which Between #Ruby And #Python Is Best by @deviprasanthi1 cc @CsharpCorner https://t.co/JbAQp460BJ
@ThePSF: Python Sul 2017 lightning talks (PyVideo) – https://t.co/9y3yOPIxwf
@fabcrossjp: 機械学習とコンピュータービジョンの学習書——マイナビ出版、「OpenCVとPythonによる機械学習プログラミング」刊行 https://t.co/65QVWlDv7O
@upmeetup: 08/08(水) [やばい][参加102人/定員150人]https://t.co/C6dWoNAl4B【みんなのPython勉強会#38】 #stapy