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Threads; read-it

You might have heard from your senior developers the following Use threads for I/O stuff, it will be fasterSome seasoned dev that you love And yes they are absolutely right and you might have heard the following as well Nodejs is a single threaded, non blocking event driven, I/O optimised javascript runtimeSomeone from the internet Or something like this about Python GIL in python makes threads very inefficient Fact And you're like This article will dump everything that we know about threads...

Python-ing it better

Where I work; we are obsessed with python, we use it everyday and to us python is an art. Python does not force rules unto you. But there’s always a better way of doing it; to us, a pythonic way. This article will try to show off some cool tricks and good practices in python that you can use to level up in the art of python. Using built in functions  Most of us start our coding...

Craftsmen sailing with terraform

Terra-forming Medialive Resources

We’ve all been there. Learning to use terraform, writing beautiful code to manage our cloud infrastructure; it’s all sunshine and rainbows. Until you realize you work with video and need to use Medialive resources. Now sure, you can create these resources from the aws console like a nomad and pass in the arn to make your CD pipeline do what it needs to do but unfortunately we are not nomads. We are engineers and hackers...

Some Cool New Features of Python 3.9

Python 3.9 is released on 5th October 2020 and is now available. It comes with some of the great features and lots of improvements. In this article, we will explore some of its cool features. To know more about what is coming with Python 3.9 visit this page. And if you wish to see the full changelog then go here. Dictionary Merge & Update Operators Two new operator Merge (|) and Update (|=) are added to the built-in class dict.Merge (|) creates a new dictionary...

From CSV to Google Sheet Using Python

Recently I have written a Python script for my Manager. The purpose the script was to read some JSON data, apply some business rules on them, generate a CSV(Comma Separated Value) file and upload it in a Google Spread Sheet. The sheet helped my manager to get insight of the JSON data so that he can take action based on it. The JSON data and business rules of the script are very specific for my manager....