Initially when I thought of building the Daily Standup Meeting Logger, I decided to give one single master password and whoever wants to access it, will just type the password to login.[Read More]
Day 1: Daily Standup Meeting Logger
Everyday at work, the first meeting (of the numerous ones) we have is the backend team’s daily standup meeting. This is an important meeting because this is the only time and place where we get to discuss what we would be working on to build/improve the main platform/product of the company.
We also discuss on what pending delivery items are there and what is in each team member’s todo list. There are other standup meetings about what we have for day’s delivery and that doesn’t exactly follow a template of a standup meeting.[Read More]
100 Days of Code Challenge
Few weeks back I was introduced to a coding challenge called #100DaysOfCode. All you have to do is work on some piece of coding project which is not your work project everyday for 100 days. Though I liked the idea I didn’t commit to taking up the challenge. I thought I could start working on a side project or an open source project whenever I wanted to.[Read More]
Limiting your CPU and Memory Usage
Yesterday I wrote about how to use a very simple timing context manager to measure how much time your python code/functions take. There might be times when you want to restrict how long your code executes. Python’s
resource module in the standard library gives you an easy way to do that and more.
Timing your Python Code
There are many times when you would want to see how much time your program takes to execute. The easiest way to do it on a unix system is to use the
time command before running the program.