'Python' Tag

  • Python threads synchronization: Locks, RLocks, Semaphores, Conditions, Events and Queues

    February 5, 2011

    This article describes the Python threading synchronization mechanisms in details. We are going to study the following types: Lock, RLock, Semaphore, Condition, Event and Queue. Also, we are going to look at the Python internals behind those mechanisms. The source code of the programs below can be found at github.com/laurentluce/python-tutorials under threads/. First, let’s look […]

  • OpenStack Nova internals of instance launching

    January 30, 2011

    This article describes the internals of launching an instance in OpenStack Nova. Overview Launching a new instance involves multiple components inside OpenStack Nova: API server: handles requests from the user and relays them to the cloud controller. Cloud controller: handles the communication between the compute nodes, the networking controllers, the API server and the scheduler. […]

  • Cars monitoring client/server application using Python Twisted

    January 23, 2011

    This article describes how to use Twisted to build a client/server cars monitoring system. We are going to focus on the client/server communication. The client and server source code can be retrieved using Git: Overview Some researchers invented a system capable of monitoring cars and detecting the brand and color of a car. We are […]

  • OpenStack Nova nova.sh script explained

    January 14, 2011

    Update 11/24/2011: Updated article based on the latest nova.sh script. This article describes the internals of the script nova.sh used to get the OpenStack Nova source code, install it and run it. Nova is a cloud computing fabric controller, the main part of an IaaS system. The script can be retrieved using Git: Arguments The […]

  • Distributed messaging using RabbitMQ and Python

    January 8, 2011

    This tutorial shows how to distribute messages to multiple servers for processing. We will be using RabbitMQ which is based on AMQP. The way messaging works is that you have producers producing messages and consumers consuming them. We are going to have 1 producer generating random integers and 2 consumers: 1 consuming the odd integers […]

  • Add REST resources to a database using Python and SQLAchemy

    December 26, 2010

    This tutorial shows how to download REST resources to your database using Python and SQLAchemy. We are going to download manufacturers and cars resources to our database. We will also show how easy it is to query them once they are stored. Requirements We need to install SQLAchemy and simplejson Python libraries: You can use […]

  • Python module to download Twilio REST resources to your database

    December 21, 2010

    Are you are looking for an easy way to download your Twilio resources (calls, sms, notifications, recordings…) to your own database so you can access them faster and also when you are offline? Twilio Resources DB is a Python module doing just that. Features Download Twilio resources to a database. Download recordings audio files. Support […]

  • Binary Search Tree library in Python

    December 18, 2010

    This article is about a Python library I created to manage binary search trees. I will go over the following: Node class Insert method Lookup method Delete method Print method Comparing 2 trees Generator returning the tree elements one by one You can checkout the library code on GitHub: git clone https://laurentluce@github.com/laurentluce/python-algorithms.git. This folder contains […]

  • Amazon S3 upload and download using Python/Django

    October 7, 2010

    This article describes how you can upload files to Amazon S3 using Python/Django and how you can download files from S3 to your local machine using Python. We assume that we have a file in /var/www/data/ which we received from the user (POST from a form for example). You need to create a bucket on […]

  • Facebook oauth and Graph API with Django

    August 23, 2010

    In this post, I am going to describe how I integrated Facebook into Gourmious, so users could post their favorite dishes on Gourmious and on Facebook at the same time. I wanted to keep the Gourmious login so the users could decide to login using their Gourmious credentials or using the Facebook login feature. I […]

 
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