An intro to Hypothesis

I have recently listened to the Episode 67 of the TalkPython podcast, which is an interview with David MacIver, the primary author of the Hypothesis Python library.

The concept of property based testing immediately caught my attention so I decided to give it try.

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Caddy 0.9 has arrived

Yesterday, Matt Holt announced the 0.9 Release of Caddy server. It is not a normal release, there are very important changes in the project. Let's see some of them.

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PyData 2016 Madrid

Recently I have attended to the PyData 2016 conference held in Madrid. It has been a two-days single-tracked conference covering aspects of Python and data science. I will try to share some links and comments of that have been more relevant to me.

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Bringing SSL/TLS and HTTP/2 with Caddy

Some weeks ago, Fernando gave a very interesting talk about Caddy and HTTP/2 at the Madrid Golang users group meetup. It immediately caught my attention and decided to get hands on with it.

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FOSDEM 2016 Day Two

On Sunday, I attended to some talks in the Configuration Management devroom. These are the notes and links from the talks.

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FOSDEM 2016 Day One

A week ago I went to FOSDEM 2016. On the first day, I attended to some talks in the Python devroom and in the Containers and Process Isolation devroom. These are some notes and links from the talks.

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Implementing an Ansible ChatOps bot

After watching the talk ChatOps at GiHub I decided to make a simple ChatOps bot to be able to issue one-liner Ansible commands from a Slack channel. Basically, I didn't want to open the VPN for making quick-and-dirty operations :-)

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Codemotion 2015

The week after the PyConES, I attended to the Codemotion 2015. It is a multitudinary event that summons developers and techies from different communities and languages. The event lasts two days, I was not able to attend on Friday so my review is based exclusively on what I saw on Saturday.

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PyConES 2105

Last month, I attended the 2015 edition of the PyConES, probably the most important national Python event of the year. The talks spanned the entire weekend and there were also workshops (as the one from Django Girls) during the previous Friday.

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Dockercon EU 2015 Day Two

The General session of day two was focused on the solutions layer of the Docker ecosystem:

  • Mariana Tessel explained the automated builds 2.0, that allow per-repo dedicated builders and dynamic matching (regex for branches and tags), and presented Tutum as the official CaaS (container-as-a-service) provided by Docker and fully integrated with docker-compose

  • Scott Johnston (@scottcjohnston) and Nathan McCauley talked about the Docker Trusted Registry and the Docker Universal Control Plane. The latter is promising tool with an appealing web UI focused on deploying containers over different providers (AWS, Azure, DigitalOcean, SoftLayer) using the same Docker API. This tool also ships with secrets management (based on labels), monitoring, integration with LDAP/AD and auditing. You can join the beta at docker.com/try-ducp

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