August 5, 2016

Designing Pythonic APIs

Learning from Kenneth Reitz’s Requests When writing a package (library), providing it with a good API, is almost as important as its functionality itself (well, at least if you want some adoption), but what makes a good API? In this post, I’ll try to provide some insights on that question by comparing Requests and Urllib (part of Python’s standard library) in a few typical HTTP usage scenarios and see why Requests has become the de facto standard among Python users. Read more

May 10, 2015

Coroutines in Python

In the last Pyweb-IL meetup I gave a short introduction talk about coroutines and their usage in Python. It covers the basic concepts of coroutines and how they can be used in Python. Check it out!

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