This part is just the routing to a certain view:
/courses/details/ and this part is that unique ID:
When the view is loaded, just do a query in MongoEngine:
Hello fellow TPTM listeners, I'm looking for a coding buddy --- someone to code with on Saturdays (or every other Saturday) for 4 hours. I want to be more consistent working on my personal projects so I’m looking for someone to be accountable to while also helping each other: having someone to bounce ideas off, share learning resources with, help in research, etc.
What I Can Help You With
I’ve finished AppBrewery's Complete Flutter (App Development) Bootcamp [with Dart]. I’ve done projects in Python and also a full-stack web developer in a previous life so I know my way with front-end tech. You can find my code in GitHub (/paxcodes). I also have Python / Full-Stack projects I've completed for work but not available in GitHub: A lot of creating automation tools: backend API and CLI apps in Python, Vue for frontend, and a tiny bit of Docker.
What You Can Help Me With
I have a personal app/hobby project in Flutter with FastAPI as the backend API. I’m using the pattern in tiangolo’s cookiecutter full-fastapi-postgres… (+ dockerswam.rocks) for deployment, deploying in Linode.
If you feel like I can help you with your personal project, and you can help me in mine, please give me a shout...or maybe you're a senior interested in mentoring a beginner-intermediate person like me, that's cool, too! 😅
(This message is quite long. Feel free to delete @mkennedy_twitter if not appropriate. 😊 )
I'm trying to find the name of that library that is a wrapper around temp file that renames on close to the final file name. It may have been mentioned in python bytes, not sure. Pretty sure it was mentioned within the last 12 months. Anyone recall?
Sweet. A Gitter room. Glad to see you all still using Gitter. An under-rated tool imho. I just discovered the Talk Python to Me Podcast and wanted to drop in and introduce myself. I'm Quincy Larson and I actually started learning to code with Python and won my first hackathon using Django before switching to JS to build freeCodeCamp.
We are planning to add a lot more Python-focused learning resources to freeCodeCamp's curriculum. Does anyone know of a good way to run tests in Jupyter Notebook without showing the test itself? (Just the passing/failing test message when a cell is run?)
Anyway, I'll be working through the backlog of checks notes 300 episodes, and I'm sure I'll learn a lot along the way.