Trying Out Nanobus

A friend of mine recently asked me to take a look at Nanobus. I guess the first question is what is Nanobus? Allow me to pilfer that definition directly from the Nanobus Overview page. They define it as a lightweight framework for building secure and scalable software services. The next question is what does this … Read more

Jasper – The Next Generation of Artificial Intelligence for Blog Writing

If you’re a blog writer, you know the importance of engaging content. Up until now, artificial intelligence (AI) has been limited in its ability to help writers create compelling content quickly and easily. But that’s all changing with the introduction of Jasper, an AI-driven platform specifically designed to make blog writing easier and more efficient. … Read more

Unlocking the Power of Artificial Intelligence in Blog Writing: A Rytr Product Review

What is Rytr and How Does it Utilize AI in Blog Writing? Rytr is an AI-powered blog writing tool that helps content creators and bloggers save time by generating quality content quickly. It uses natural language processing (NLP) to create blog posts and product reviews, allowing users to produce more content in less time. Rytr’s … Read more

Testing Python AWS calls with Moto

In my previous Writing Tests For Your Python Project, I started writing tests for my Python code but then ran out of options because I had completed all tests that didn’t involve calls to the AWS API. Now we’ll begin testing Python AWS calls with Moto. You can view some additional details about Moto in … Read more

Writing Tests For Your Python Project

I began this little trip with the post Exporting CloudWatch Logs to S3 that provided example code to get logs from Cloud Watch to S3. From there, the code got prettier with Adding pre-commit Hooks to Python Repo. The next logical step is to make sure the code functions exactly like we’d expect. This can be … Read more

Top 5 Reasons to Build Tests for Your Code

As a Python developer, it’s important to make sure that your code is working correctly and efficiently. One way to do this is by building tests for your code. In this blog post, we’ll go over the top reasons why you should build tests for your Python code. Improved Quality One of the main benefits … Read more

5 Common Reasons To Use Pre-commit Hooks in Your Python Project

Pre-commit hooks are scripts that run automatically before a commit is made. In my post Adding pre-commit Hooks to Python Repo, I explained how to configure pre-commit hooks in your repo and address the issues identified by them. After understanding how to setup these hooks, the next question is what hooks should I use and … Read more

Successfully Deploying a Static WordPress Site

If you’ve followed my previous posts, you’ll see that I’ve spent some time attempting to build my blog on WordPress and then finally make it static. This had resulted in lots of custom code and even more failed attempts to get things to publish correctly. I’ve finally been successful in building out my site with … Read more

Adding pre-commit Hooks to Python Repo

Writing code can be tough and writing clean code can be even more difficult some times. When you get on a roll and put together highly functional and imaginative code, it might not always look the greatest. Also, when crunched for time, it can be very difficult to go back over the code and attempt … Read more