Tag: python

How to get help in a Coding Test

How to get help in a Coding Test

Coding tests have been the standard way of measuring a candidate’s programming ability in the IT industry. They can be challenging for both students and working professionals alike. Practically speaking, knowing what inbuilt functions are available or what are all the methods an Object exposes could help you come up […]

getopt – command line arguments in Python [Part 2]

getopt – command line arguments in Python [Part 2]

In the last article we learnt how to handle command line arguments in Python using sys.argv. We also noticed that it is not the ideal solution if your use case is a bit more complex. Now let’s see getopt,- a python module which builds on sys.argv. getopt provides us with […]

sys.argv – command line arguments in Python [Part 1]

sys.argv – command line arguments in Python [Part 1]

In the programming world, an expression often comes across that “a problem can be solved in many different ways”. Hence the programmer has to decide which solution is best for him/her.  Same holds true if you want to process Command Line Arguments (CLA) in Python. There can be many options […]

360fy – An Open-source 360° Video Creator by Sapnesh Naik

360fy – An Open-source 360° Video Creator by Sapnesh Naik

360fy – An Open-source 360° Video Creator: 360fy is an open-source 360° Video creator which converts a video captured from a smartphone camera using a wide angle lens into a 360° video. The application currently works on Linux based distributions (such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch etc) and uses open-source libraries at […]