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As an Python advocate and educator, I’m always looking for ways to make my job (and yours) easier. This list put together by Morpheus Data offers a ton of great resources for Python users (more than 25 tools specific to Python) and other DevOps and Sysadmins...
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Developers are busier now than ever before, and they want to be able to work in a productive environment that simply allows them to write code and get instant feedback from tests. The last thing they want to do is set up configuration after configuration...
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