Time to spill the beans and show the gems, to our friendly snakes and elephants: we’ve got some great news for Java, Ruby, Python and PHP serverless developers today. Google App Engine and Cloud Functions are adding new modern runtimes, allowing you to update to the major version release trains of those programming languages. In …

There are several ways to get started with Python 3 on macOS, but one way is better than the others. I’ve been dipping my toe back into Python development as I get ready to head to PyCon US. (If you’re headed there as well and want to share your Python story, let me know!) When I installed …

Prerequisites Operating System: Windows 7 or above   Steps 01. Open a command prompt or PowerShell 02. Check if Python is already installed. Execute the following to determine   A message will be shown if Python is available. 03. Open a browser and download the installer at https://www.python.org/downloads/. Click on the Download link for the …

Prerequisites Operating System : Ubuntu 18   Steps Note: By default most Ubuntu 18 system have Python installed. 01. Open a terminal window 02. Check if Python is already installed. Execute the following to determine. A message will be shown if Python is available. In the following case, it is not yet installed.   03. …

We’re excited to announce the release of a major update to the Google Cloud Python logging library. v3.0.0 makes it even easier for Python developers to send and read logs from Google Cloud, providing real-time insights into what is happening in your application.  If you’re a Python developer working with Google Cloud, now is a …

Is it the best code editor for Python and Data Science? Are you struggling to find an optimal code editor for Python programming and data science? You’re not alone. There’s a ton of options to choose from — both free and paid — and today I’ll show you my favorite free one. It’s Visual Studio …

Overview This is the 2nd part of the 3-part guide on Installing, Configuring and Deploying a Python Web/Flask application on an Ubuntu system that uses NGINX and uWSGI. For the installation part go here. For the configuration part go here.   Prerequisites Ubuntu 18.04 Python 3.x has been installed. For instructions see here. Pip and …

Overview This is the 2nd part of the 3-part guide on installing, configuring and deploying a Python Web/Flask application on an Ubuntu system that uses NGINX and uWSGI. For the installation part go here. If you’ve finished Installation and Configuration you can go here to deploy the app. Prerequisites Ubuntu 18.04 Python 3.x has been installed. …

Overview This tutorial will guide you in creating a simple Web/Flask Python application and deploy it on an NGINX server with uWSGI and uWSGI Emperor. This part 1 covers the installation of the required packages. It will install the following: NGINX uWSGI uWSGI-Emperor Flask It will also cover creation of Virtual Environment Installation of python packages …

Project Thoth pulls together many open source tools to automate program builds with security checks as part of the resolution process. Most cyberattacks take advantage of publicly known vulnerabilities. Many programmers can automate builds using Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) or DevOps techniques. But how can we automate the checks for security flaws that turn up …