#350: You've Got The Stamina For This Episode
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- Bob Belderbos
- Some great tips to help you simplify your Python code to make it more understandable and maintainable.
Michael #2: Parsel
- Parsel is a BSD-licensed Python library to extract data from HTML, JSON, and XML documents.
- Parsel lets you extract data from XML/HTML documents using XPath or CSS selectors.
- It supports:
- CSS and XPath expressions for HTML and XML documents
- JMESPath expressions for JSON documents
- Regular expressions
# Want a RSS feed detail from a website standard HTML? selector = parsel.Selector(text=html_text) for link in selector.css('head > link'): rel = link.xpath('.//@rel').get() rel_type = link.xpath('.//@type').get() href = link.xpath('.//@href').get()
- Stanley Ulili
- structlog is an awesome logging tool, and already has great documentation.
- However, this article is a great starting point, highlighting:
- how easy it is to get started using structlog
- configuring the default log level
- changing the formatting
- customizing the time stamp
- adding custom fields
- adding contextual data
Michael #4: Stamina
- via Matthias Bach, by Hynek
- Production-grade Retries Made Easy
- stamina is an opinionated wrapper around the great-but-unopinionated Tenacity package. Its goal is to be as ergonomic as possible, while doing the right thing by default, while minimizing potential for misuse.
- General additions on top of Tenacity
- Retry only on certain exceptions.
- Exponential backoff with jitter between retries.
- Limit the number of retries and total time.
- Automatic async support.
- Preserve type hints of the decorated callable.
- Count (Prometheus) and log (structlog) retries with basic metadata, if they’re installed.
- Easy global deactivation for testing.
- The “pytest fixtures” chapter of the pytest course is available now.
- Also, the PYTHONBYTES 20% discount still active for bundle through the end of August.
- Python 3.12.0 release candidate 1 released
- PyCon UK: The conference takes place from the 22nd to the 25th of September in Cardiff, Wales. The schedule is available at 2023.pyconuk.org/schedule/ and tickets are available at 2023.pyconuk.org/tickets/.
- PyData Eindhoven 2023, Nov 30 CFP open
- PyData Seattle Language Creators Charity Fundraiser: Adele Goldberg - Smalltalk, Guido Van Rossum, Anders Hejlsberg, C#, and James Gosling - Java. September 19, 2023: 12:00 - 4:00 PM, in person only.