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+================================
+ Regular Python Engineer Skills
+================================
+
+.. warning::
+
+   This post is still in-progress. Please be patient and don't read it
+   if you are lazy to re-read it when it's ready. When I'm finished, I
+   will publish it on hacker news, reddits and so on, and if you are
+   interested -- you will probably won't miss it.
+
+.. note::
+
+   In my company HR's saw a problem that there's very often case when
+   some person is hired to a position of regular developer (that
+   should be able to handle most of future project work by himself)
+   with comment "he's cool, but has serious gaps in XXX". I was asked
+   to write a document that would cover some most often basic
+   knowledge areas for people who want to become regular python
+   engineer. So, based on that comments, I'll try to write that doc. I
+   believe it's best to show it to community, otherwise it would be
+   just a wase of time.
+
+.. note::
+
+   You can improve this document by either writing a comment, or
+   creating a pull-request to `this post's source
+   <https://bitbucket.org/k_bx/blog/history/source/en_posts/2012-07-12-regular-python-engineer.rst>`_
+
+This document aims to cover different gaps that regular engineer might
+have, and ways to improve them in most common aspects. This document
+is incomplete and should be updated with missing common needs for
+regular python engineer.
+
+Most of topics should cover lots of practical impact of typical python
+engineer's tasks (also some topics assume web and can be skipped if
+it’s not). Of course, list of literature is incomplete and should be
+considered as a hint or starting point.
+
+Testing
+=======
+
+Literature, libraries and software
+----------------------------------
+
+- `Testing topic on Django docs
+  <https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/testing/>`_
+- `Mock library <http://mock.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html>`_
+- `Testinc topic in Flask docs
+  <http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/testing/>`_
+- `Selenium Simple Test <http://testutils.org/sst/>`_
+
+Questions
+---------
+
+- What is functional/integrational/unit-testing? Describe the
+  difference, needs and common problems.
+- What are mocks? What’s they’re purpose? How do you use them?
+
+Extra-points
+------------
+
+Imagine you have function create_consumer from module
+``proj.consumer.bl`` that looks like this:
+
+.. code-block:: python
+
+    # module proj/consumer/bl.py
+
+    from proj.consumer.model import Consumer
+    from proj.email.consumer import send_welcome_email
+    from proj.company.bl import add_company_employee
+
+    def create_consumer(email, password, company=None):
+        consumer = Consumer(email, password)
+        if company is not None:
+            add_company_employee(company, consumer)
+
+        send_welcome_email(consumer)
+
+Write such unit-tests for this function that make sure:
+
+- consumer gets created
+- ``add_company_employee`` gets called when company is not ``None``
+- ``send_welcome_email`` gets called with consumer as parameter
+
+Clean Hypermedia API Design
+===========================
+
+Literature, libraries and software
+----------------------------------
+
+- `Nobody Understands REST or HTTP
+  <http://blog.steveklabnik.com/posts/2011-07-03-nobody-understands-rest-or-http>`_
+- `Some People Understand REST and HTTP
+  <http://blog.steveklabnik.com/posts/2011-08-07-some-people-understand-rest-and-http>`_
+- `Classification of HTTP-based APIs
+  <http://nordsc.com/ext/classification_of_http_based_apis.html>`_
+- `http-headers-status.png
+  <http://viswaug.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/http-headers-status1.png>`_
+
+Questions
+---------
+
+- Describe main REST principles and restrictions.
+- How would you implement flight ticket-ordering API?
+- Why would it be bad to implement API via ``POST
+  /order_ticket/from/Kiev/to/London``?
+
+Extra-points
+------------
+
+You need to design API for your bookmarks list. Each of your bookmarks
+has these fields:
+
+* id
+* title
+* url
+* tags
+* date_created
+* date_modified
+
+Show how to list bookmarks. Add pagination, filtering by tags and
+date-range.
+
+Environment, Deploy & Automation
+================================
+
+Literature, libraries and software
+----------------------------------
+
+- `virtualenv <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv>`_
+- `PEP 3333 -- Python Web Server Gateway Interface v1.0.1
+  <http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-3333/>`_
+- `Fabric <http://fabfile.org/>`_
+- `Deploying with Fabric
+  <http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/patterns/fabric/>`_
+- `Gunicorn <http://gunicorn.org/>`_
+
+
+Questions
+---------
+
+- What is virtualenv? Why would you need it? How do you use one?
+- What is WSGI? Why was it invented?
+
+Extra-points
+------------
+
+Create a small hello-world project, serve it, write a deploy-cmd for
+it.
+
+Algorithms, complexity
+======================
+
+Literature, libraries and software
+----------------------------------
+
+- `Hash table <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_table>`_
+- `B+ tree <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%2B_tree>`_
+- `B+-Tree Indexes
+  <http://www.cecs.csulb.edu/~monge/classes/share/B+TreeIndexes.html>`_
+- `Python dictionary implementation
+  <http://www.laurentluce.com/posts/python-dictionary-implementation/>`_
+
+Databases, indexes, query profiling
+===================================
+
+pass

File source/en_posts/2012-07-12-regular-python-engineer.rst

-================================
- Regular Python Engineer Skills
-================================
-
-.. warning::
-
-   This post is still in-progress. Please be patient and don't read it
-   if you are lazy to re-read it when it's ready. When I'm finished, I
-   will publish it on hacker news, reddits and so on, and if you are
-   interested -- you will probably won't miss it.
-
-.. note::
-
-   In my company HR's saw a problem that there's very often case when
-   some person is hired to a position of regular developer (that
-   should be able to handle most of future project work by himself)
-   with comment "he's cool, but has serious gaps in XXX". I was asked
-   to write a document that would cover some most often basic
-   knowledge areas for people who want to become regular python
-   engineer. So, based on that comments, I'll try to write that doc. I
-   believe it's best to show it to community, otherwise it would be
-   just a wase of time.
-
-.. note::
-
-   You can improve this document by either writing a comment, or
-   creating a pull-request to `this post's source
-   <https://bitbucket.org/k_bx/blog/history/source/en_posts/2012-07-12-regular-python-engineer.rst>`_
-
-This document aims to cover different gaps that regular engineer might
-have, and ways to improve them in most common aspects. This document
-is incomplete and should be updated with missing common needs for
-regular python engineer.
-
-Most of topics should cover lots of practical impact of typical python
-engineer's tasks (also some topics assume web and can be skipped if
-it’s not). Of course, list of literature is incomplete and should be
-considered as a hint or starting point.
-
-Testing
-=======
-
-Literature, libraries and software
-----------------------------------
-
-- `Testing topic on Django docs
-  <https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/testing/>`_
-- `Mock library <http://mock.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html>`_
-- `Testinc topic in Flask docs
-  <http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/testing/>`_
-- `Selenium Simple Test <http://testutils.org/sst/>`_
-
-Questions
----------
-
-- What is functional/integrational/unit-testing? Describe the
-  difference, needs and common problems.
-- What are mocks? What’s they’re purpose? How do you use them?
-
-Extra-points
-------------
-
-Imagine you have function create_consumer from module
-``proj.consumer.bl`` that looks like this:
-
-.. code-block:: python
-
-    # module proj/consumer/bl.py
-
-    from proj.consumer.model import Consumer
-    from proj.email.consumer import send_welcome_email
-    from proj.company.bl import add_company_employee
-
-    def create_consumer(email, password, company=None):
-        consumer = Consumer(email, password)
-        if company is not None:
-            add_company_employee(company, consumer)
-
-        send_welcome_email(consumer)
-
-Write such unit-tests for this function that make sure:
-
-- consumer gets created
-- ``add_company_employee`` gets called when company is not ``None``
-- ``send_welcome_email`` gets called with consumer as parameter
-
-Clean Hypermedia API Design
-===========================
-
-Literature, libraries and software
-----------------------------------
-
-- `Nobody Understands REST or HTTP
-  <http://blog.steveklabnik.com/posts/2011-07-03-nobody-understands-rest-or-http>`_
-- `Some People Understand REST and HTTP
-  <http://blog.steveklabnik.com/posts/2011-08-07-some-people-understand-rest-and-http>`_
-- `Classification of HTTP-based APIs
-  <http://nordsc.com/ext/classification_of_http_based_apis.html>`_
-- `http-headers-status.png
-  <http://viswaug.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/http-headers-status1.png>`_
-
-Questions
----------
-
-- Describe main REST principles and restrictions.
-- How would you implement flight ticket-ordering API?
-- Why would it be bad to implement API via ``POST
-  /order_ticket/from/Kiev/to/London``?
-
-Extra-points
-------------
-
-You need to design API for your bookmarks list. Each of your bookmarks
-has these fields:
-
-* id
-* title
-* url
-* tags
-* date_created
-* date_modified
-
-Show how to list bookmarks. Add pagination, filtering by tags and
-date-range.
-
-Environment, Deploy & Automation
-================================
-
-Literature, libraries and software
-----------------------------------
-
-- `virtualenv <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/virtualenv>`_
-- `PEP 3333 -- Python Web Server Gateway Interface v1.0.1
-  <http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-3333/>`_
-- `Fabric <http://fabfile.org/>`_
-- `Deploying with Fabric
-  <http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/patterns/fabric/>`_
-- `Gunicorn <http://gunicorn.org/>`_
-
-
-Questions
----------
-
-- What is virtualenv? Why would you need it? How do you use one?
-- What is WSGI? Why was it invented?
-
-Extra-points
-------------
-
-Create a small hello-world project, serve it, write a deploy-cmd for
-it.
-
-Algorithms, complexity
-======================
-
-Literature, libraries and software
-----------------------------------
-
-- `Hash table <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_table>`_
-- `B+ tree <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%2B_tree>`_
-- `B+-Tree Indexes
-  <http://www.cecs.csulb.edu/~monge/classes/share/B+TreeIndexes.html>`_
-- `Python dictionary implementation
-  <http://www.laurentluce.com/posts/python-dictionary-implementation/>`_
-
-Databases, indexes, query profiling
-===================================
-
-pass