Friday, 29th May 2020
Practical Python Programming (via) David Beazley has been developing and presenting this three day Python course (aimed at people with some prior programming experience) for over thirteen years, and he’s just released the course materials under a Creative Commons license for the first time. # 1:15 pm
Deno is a Browser for Code (via) One of the most interesting ideas in Deno is that code imports are loaded directly from URLs—which can themselves depend on other URL-based packages. On first encounter it feels wrong—obviously insecure. Deno contributor Kitson Kelly provides a deeper exploration of the idea, and explains how the combination of caching and lock files makes it no less secure than code installed from npm or PyPI. # 2:36 am
Weeknotes: Datasette 0.43
My main achievement this week was shipping Datasette 0.43, with a collection of smaller improvements and one big one: a redesign of the
register_output_renderer plugin hook.