What's up in the python and tech environment? - Issue #57
Welcome to issue #57 of “What’s up in the python and tech environment?”.
This newsletter is mainly intended for developers and those passionate about computers.
This week we will discuss a silly pitfall in the asyncio library, hot reloading in python, malicious code found on PyPI, Deno updates, C++, and much more 😎
From the python world
A seasoned python developer (creator of the Rich package) pointed out a flow for creating and managing asyncio tasks.
Researchers found malicious packages on the PyPi repository.
Here is an interview between a member of the Reloadium project and the JetBrains team. This project aims to provide Hot Reloading capability to the python world and I find it very exciting! 🤩
An example of how to crawl the dark web with python.
NB: If you want to try it, you must be sure of what you are doing. The dark web is full of danger!
Tip: If you have exceeded the number of free articles you can read on Medium, open the following link in a new private window. 😉
An overview of the changes brought in SQLAlchemy 2.0
Django 4.2 will come with some huge improvements on the database / ORM levels.
Mypy, a static type checker just reached version 1.0
From the Web
Continuing with Deno, here is a summary of what they accomplished last year. 🙂
Do we have C++ developers in the crowd? Here is a list of editors you can use to code for your favorite programming language.
The Pydantic library author announces last week the foundation of his company which will focus on cloud services.
Four (actually two) alternatives to SSH.
For Linux / Unix users, here are some aliases that can inspire your to boost your shell scripting productivity.
To start the week well I am sharing with you the following tweet.
This is all for this week. I hope you enjoy it and if it is the case, don’t hesitate to share it on your social media.
Take care of yourself and see you soon! 🙂
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