Driven Development with python (a really nice book on the
subject - read it for free from the publisher - please consider buying
it for your collection) - uses the older pyunit which is a port of the
old Java Junit
testing with pytest A newer book on the same topic as the above
with a new library
Coder Radio - two perspectives on the independent contractor approach to making a software living
Talk python to me Widely considered the "best python podcast"
Python Bytes Short weekly news podcast for the python ecosystem
This one shows up on lots of lists of must listen programming podcasts
Software engineering Radio Run by IEEE one of the two big computer science professional organizations
From time to time I'll put my lecture notes up here - or yours. They are no substitute for you taking good notes, but if they help you are welcome to them.
The intro lecture
Clean Code - and Clean names
intro to Version control and Test Driven Development
So you wanna be a software dev - what kind?
keep the job once you have it.
Automated Testing Part II
A discussion of clean comments.
more on automated testing
The notes on Clean Code for Object Oriented
A discussion of code formatting.
Kudzu and Error handling
intro to BDD
ONe last set on BDD Gherkin/cucumber etc
Processes and ethics stuff
handling complexity in large software projects
Tim's into to git
Joe's presentation on Collaboration tools
Prince's notes on debugging
with pycharm/Jetbrain's IDEs
Clifton's Presentation on IoT
Curtis' presentation on Programming languages
Michael's Presentation on Licensing and Copyright
Jonathon's Presentation on Debuggers
Minji on Blockchain
Son-Rossy on Version control Standards and best practices
Slav on Continuous Integration and Deliver
CJ's presentation on licensing
Joe's presentation on
Zakar on RegExs
Michael on where software gets deployed these days.
Roman on software profiling
Nick W on Command Line tools