6 of the Hottest Python Libraries in 2023

Here’s a short list of Python packages making a splash this year: Python + Rust = High Performance A common theme I’ve noticed is the emergence of Rust as a performance complement to Python code. It seems we can expect modularity between the two languages to strengthen their collective abilities. Python is still growing and […]

An Example Pelican + Git Blog Post Workflow

On my Windows subsystem for Linux environment, I am now publishing new blog posts following this Pelican-based workflow: The new blog post is now live! This is my own workflow for my Pelican blog, divbull.com, which is hosted for free with Cloudflare Pages. You can read more about connecting Pelican and Cloudflare in this past […]

Hammock-Driven Development Notes

Occasionally you will find a video or talk that connects or resonates with you in a great way. Rich Hickey’s “Hammock Driven Development”, a self-described “rant” is packed with wisdom. I keep coming back to re-watch and today, I have written down some key points from this amazing rant! Key Ideas Take more time to […]

An Ode to Code

Making time to code can be done every day. Carve out those little moments where you can automate tedious tasks or study up on that hot new Python library that takes your quality to another level. Take time to reorganize and refactor in your favorite text editor. Break your script, then break it again. Break […]

Documentation is the Gateway to Delegation

The first step to offloading a task is writing down how to complete it. Once the process is typed into a lean text file or wiki page, it can be learned by another human. This helps your team, but what’s in it for you? The most selfish programmers probably want to free up their time […]