How to Track Python Script Completion

Did your script run to completion? Sure, you might log some tracebacks along the way or terminate the program early with sys.exit(). But did your script actually run completely to the end? I have yet to use the Trace module but it seems worth checking out also. Visualization tools like heartrate are worth mentioning too […]

Memory Monitoring Python Libraries + Tools

If you write Python code, there’s probably been a time or two when you saw the dreaded “MemoryError”. This happens after one of your Python scripts stops because your computer has no spare RAM to execute it. I recently experienced this frustration whilst trying to write hundreds of thousands of csv files. However, this time […]

In Praise of Resource Scoping

When assessing your environment, problem or your goal, meticulously scout the tools at your disposal. When you’re learning a new job, a new project or a programming language’s tools for example, it pays to have a grasp of your options. Researching what documentation, guides, tools or libraries are at your disposal will help you accomplish […]

What is Your Circle of the Internet?

This morning I’m meditating on my usual apps or websites I visit through the course of a typical day. I wonder how limited or expansive it could be in the span of all that’s waiting to be consumed on the internet. I like reading online or physical books too and writing. Consider your own circle […]

Write More Code, Write Less Code

Write More Code Write code everyday. Code fast and break things. Cherish your tracebacks. Keep going back, no matter how hopeless it may seem. Code habitually. Learn how to code. Get better at code. Love code. Write Less Code Use as few lines as possible. Nothing looks better than a program shorter than 50 or […]