You’ve probably heard of the “shift-left” mantra as it echoes throughout the tech industry. And if you haven’t, let me be the first to update you that you’ve been living under a rock. Like a real rock, not even a figurative one. In all seriousness, ‘shift-left’ has shaken things up quite a bit in the tech industry, bringing with it a paradigm shift in how we approach software development.
In software development, striking a balance between cost and quality can sometimes feel as tricky as finding a bug in a spaghetti code. Observability tools face a similar dilemma, often consuming a significant portion of the budget and growing significantly year over year. The irony? The vast majority of the data gathered is never used. As is often the case, the driving force behind this trend is not an emotional response.
Welcome to the exciting world of Python web frameworks. Python, which is known for its simplicity and readability, has gained immense popularity in web development. But what exactly are Python web frameworks, and why do you need them? If you’re a developer – or an aspiring one – settle in and read on.
Let’s talk about the world’s currently trending topic for a second: AI. Now, before you click out of this blog, sighing to yourself that this is yet another blog that wants to tell you how to write code with ChatGPT; bear with us. As almost everyone has used some form of AI – especially ChatGpt – to help them with some form of a task, we can all agree that it’s quite an interactive experience.