PyCon 2017 (Part 2!) Talk: “Double Click: Continue Building Better CLIs” Summarized by Kévin Barralon This PyCon Canada talk was a presentation of Click, a Python package that allows you to create CLIs (Command-Line Interfaces) with only a few lines of code. Click is simple and easy to use, in that the configuration of commands […]
Special Edition on PyConCa 2017 This week, we attended PyCon Canada which started on November 18 and lasted through 21. We are also proud and happy that we played a role in sponsoring this dynamic event. In this Special Edition of Press Review Inno, you find articles from our SFLers who actively participated in the […]
Web Development PyCon 2017 By Jacob Cook PyCon Canada is soon upon us, and the national Python conference of record will be held in Montreal this year, from November 18th to the 21st. As a software company well-anchored in the Python and Django communities in Montreal, Savoir-faire Linux will be sending a large contingent of […]
Imagine what you could do if your Ring software was connected to your lighting or your heating… The possibilities are endless!
It was during a discussion with my colleagues that Emeric Vigier pointed to me a software called sigrok. This software suite allows extracting data collected by various types of analyzers and displaying them or analyzing them using protocol decoder plugins.
A recurring problem in the world of web development is the complexity associated with setting up a suitable environment for each new project. If we’re lucky, we have up-to-date textual information to perform that setup. Even in that shiny world where we’re lucky, the time required to follow those textual instructions vary depending on the […]