Happy Friday everyone, In the last week’s blog post I covered different refactoring capabilities of PyCharm. Today I’ll continue highlighting different handy features and show you some more tools that help you keep your code under full control.
Motivation A few months ago we posted a similar article that presented a way to implement real-time notifications on Django using Node.js, socket.io and Redis. It got quite a few comments asking us why we used Node.js instead of a gevent-based solution. Our response was that we had hands-on experience with the Node.js solution, and that we would try to write another article about a gevent-based solution in the future. This is that article.
Editor's note: As part of #DataInTheWild we are excited to have one of Tableau's resident Python gurus Eric Hannell contributing this guest blog post for us.
Hi, I'm Eric and I'm a Product Consultant here at Tableau (you can find me on Twitter and Linkedin). I really enjoy building things (like my Tableau colour palette creator app), and sometimes they even work!
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