“The Boolean Trap” is a programming anti-pattern where a boolean argument switches behaviour, leading to confusion. In this post we’ll look at the trap in more detail, and several ways to avoid it in Python, with added safety from type hints.
A well tuned production Postgres database is capable of easily running thousands or up to hundreds of thousands of queries per second on a beefy instance.
A post from Python's new CPython Developer in Residence on the role.
Requests v2.26.0 is a large release which changes and removes
many features and dependencies that you should know about when upgrading.
Read on to find out all about the changes and what you should...
Part 15 in the Understanding Django series from Matt Layman, this post focuses on settings, how they control Django projects, and tools to configure it more effectively.
An interesting look at a situation where an implied relationship exists, but should not be stored directly in the database.