The No Title® Tech Blog: New project: Nice Telescope Planner

And now, for something different, I have just dived into Java. I am sharing with you the first (pre-)release of Nice Telescope Planner, a simple cross-platform desktop utility for amateur astronomy hobbyists, written in Java. The aim is to provide an easy to use tool to help planning sky observation sessions, suggesting some of the interesting objects you may be able to watch at naked eye, or using amateur equipment (binoculars or small to medium size telescopes) in a given date/time and place.

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Get Started with the ELK Stack

Friends don’t let friends write user auth. Tired of managing your own users? Try Okta’s API and Java SDKs today. Authenticate, manage, and secure users in any application within minutes. Good design principles require that microservices architectures are observable, and provide a centralized monitoring tool. This tool allows development teams to verify the overall system …

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Python Community Interview With Al Sweigart

This week, I’m joined by Al Sweigart, a familiar name in the Python community. Al is an accomplished developer, conference speaker, teacher, and origamist. (Yes, you read that correctly!) But some may know him best as the author of many Python programming books, including the bestselling book Automate the Boring Stuff with Python and our top pick, Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python. So, without any further ado, let’s get into it! Ricky: Welcome to Real Python, Al. We’re so glad you could join us for this interview. Let’s…

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PyDev of the Week: David Fischer

This week we welcome David Fischer (@djfische) as our PyDev of the Week! David is an organizer of the San Diego Python user’s group. He also works for Read the Docs. You can see what David has been up to on his website or check out what he’s been up to on Github. Let’s take a few moments to get to know David better! Can you tell us a little about yourself (hobbies, education, etc): I am one of the organizers of the San Diego Python meetup and I’ve been…

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PyBites: Under the Hood: Python Comparison Breakdown

PyBites community member fusionmuck asked an interesting question in the Slack channel recently: I am trying to get my head around the order of precedence. The test code is listed without brackets. In the second portion, I add brackets to test my understanding of precedence and I get a return value of True. I am missing something here… Followed by this code sample: >>> lst = [2, 3, 4] >>> lst[1] * -3 < -10 == 0 False >>> (((lst[1]) * (-3)) < (-10)) == 0 True I love this…

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Dogfooding in Product Development

Dogfooding, or eating your own dog food, is a practice that all product developers should implement all the time. According to wikipedia: Dogfooding, occurs when an organization uses its own product. This can be a way for an organization to test its products in real-world usage. Hence dogfooding can act as quality control, and eventually a kind of testimonial advertising. Once in the market, dogfooding demonstrates confidence in the developers’ own products I’ve recently started delivering this talk about API design at conferences, where I mentioned dogfooding as an excellent…

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Bring joy to development with Quarkus, the cloud-native Java framework

Our first DevNation Live regional event was held in Bengaluru, India in July. This free technology event focused on open source innovations, with sessions presented by elite Red Hat technologists. Quarkus is revolutionizing the way that we develop Java applications for the cloud-native era, and in this presentation, Edson Yanaga explains why it also sparks joy. Watch this live coding session to get familiar with Quarkus and learn how your old and new favorite APIs will start in a matter of milliseconds and consume tiny amounts of memory. Hot reload capabilities for…

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Top 5 Spring Cloud Courses for Java Developers to Learn Online – Best Of Lot

Hello guys, if you are learning Spring Cloud for developing cloud-based Java application and looking for some good resources to start with e.g. online courses and books then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best courses to learn Spring Cloud and develop a cloud-based application in Java. One of the common question when it comes to learning a new technology is how to start? I was a big fan of books earlier but nowadays I personally like to…

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Top 5 SQL and Database Courses to Learn Online in 2019 – Best of Lot

Hello guys, if you are a computer science graduate or new into programming world, interested in learning SQL and looking for some awesome resources e.g. books, courses, and tutorials to start with then you have come to the right place. In past, I have shared some of the best SQL books and tutorials and today I am going to share some of the best SQL and database courses to learn and master this useful technology. If you don't know what is SQL and why should you learn it, let me…

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