Tag Archives: software

How I work(ed)

Like most people who spend part of their working life writing code, I’m quite obsessive about the tools I use. Programming requires a complex mix of activities, some of which require detailed thought and creativity, and some of which are … Continue reading

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Unit testing tips: diffing PDF files

How do you unit test a piece of code that generates a PDF file? There are a number of interesting answers to this question around the web, including some neat ideas such as: Use something like┬áPIL to convert the PDF … Continue reading

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Mining Python Software

Mining python-software-pyconuk13 from Sarah Mount

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Automate, automate, automate

I’ve recently been working on a new Python project, which started off as a bit of an experiment at the recent PyPy London Sprint. Working on a brand new repository is always nice, a blank slate and a chance to … Continue reading

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#efdhack2012 26th May 2012

This one’s a little different. Python West Midlands is hosting a hackday to kick off a new open source project for a very interesting little charity called Evidence for Development(EfD). EfD wants to help people make better decisions about aid pro… Continue reading

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