Assess and improve your product owner’s skills. This checklist contains key points that you need as a product owner to maximize the effectiveness of your scrum team. Consider this list as a reminder of the best practices.
I want to have an email templates stored in my Django database so that admins can manage them without me changing the
code. The requirement is to have HTML-emails support as well as an ability to send files attached. Neither standard
send_mail nor other builtin features don’t support that feature so below you can find my solution to that
Launching a new app is not just a matter of uploading your creation to the app store, crossing your fingers and hoping for the best. Even if you think your app is the next big thing and about to change the world, if nobody has heard of it then you aren’t going to get too many downloads. Successfully launching an app takes a lot of ground work, and not just the day before launch. I’m talking about from the very first moment the app idea was thought off.
In the world of business, success hinges on understanding and meeting the needs of customers, stakeholders, and employees. One crucial aspect of achieving this is through well-defined business requirements. Business requirements are a set of documented needs, expectations, and constraints that guide the development and implementation of projects, processes, or products. In this article, we will explore various business requirements examples to shed light on their importance and provide inspiration for effective planning.
Ok, so you tapped into GraphQL?
You’ve done some basic queries, made few mutations and things are looking good so far.
Or are they?
export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 && export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
This article is a continuation of my first post about TDD in PyCharm with Python and Django. Here I will outline how behaviour driven development in PyCharm can be used in a scrum environment. However, scrum itself is another topic, but I will use these processes as a canvas.
The purpose of this quick guide is to show how simple is it to start doing test driven development with Python and Django using PyCharm. Even advanced programmers often scare to do TDD because they simple don’t know where to start. In fact, it is extremely simple and natural way of development. Source code of this example is available on the git repository.
Python has built-in modules for creating HTTP servers, making it easy for developers to create web servers, serve static files, handle requests, and more.
ALLOWED_HOSTS = ("example.com",)