El 4/4/2018 di una charla en un PyDay sobre como implementar una API REST a partir de una especificación hecha en Swagger/OpenAPI usando Connexion
Si bien no pude grabar la charla (alguien en la audiencia si lo hizo, pero no me dio el video! Pasame el video, persona de la audiencia!) y no hay slides, acá está el código que mostré, que es relativamente sencillo y fácil de seguir.
Cualquier cosa pregunten.
PD: Sí, podría hacer la charla en un video nuevo. Sí, me da mucha pereza.
As part of a book project aimed at almost-beginning programmers I have written what may as well pass as the first part of a Git tutorial. It's totally standalone, so it may be interesting outside the context of the book.
It's aimed at people who, of course, don't know Git and could use it as a local version control system. In the next chapter (being written) I cover things like remotes and push/pull.
So, if you want to read it: Git tutorial for people who don't know git (part I)
PS: If the diagrams are all black and white, reload the page. Yes, it's a JS issue. Yes, I know how to fix it.
LIke mentioned before I am trying to write a book and ... well, I may be actually making progress? At least the generated PDF is about 170 pages long, which means I have written a bunch in this past month.
I have finished the second of four planned parts, which means I have done about half of it. Since I expect the next two parts to be shorter, it's actually more than that.
The target audience are people who have finished the python tutorial but are not exactly programmers yet. They have the syntax more or less in their heads, but how do you turn that into an actual piece of code?
Part 1 is about "prototyping", the process of dumping an idea into rough code.
Part 2 is about polishing that rough code into ... not so rough code. Includes a gentle introduction to testing, for example.
Part 3 (to be written) is about things that are not code:
Git / Gitlab
Setting up a website
Part 4 is still to be thought but basically it will cover implementing a large feature from the ground up.
I much appreciate comments about it.
PD: Si, va a haber una traducciń al castellano. O mas bien al argentino. Una vez que lo termine.