Algorithms are solutions. It is a solution to a problem or too many problems. Algorithms rule the world. It is a universal truth.
The staple of this article is to share the observations and raise awareness on why developer documentation is important to the software project and its people.
This article revolves around the topics of Scrum, its practices, techniques, terminologies and implementation.
A certain degree of code debt accumulates over the development timeline when the team constantly chooses quick solutions over right solutions.
We arrive at the final and longest snippet of our code that will connect all dots and make the previous steps more relevant to us. We partition all code contents from views.py into 3 parts.
Starting off imports, the most basic module to import is path that returns for urlpatterns. ValidatePhoneSendOTP and ValidateOTP are API view classes that subclass Django's View class. These will arrive later in Step 5: Writing Final Views part of this tutorial.
Preliminary knowledge of computer vision is good for readers. You may also like articles on Image Manipulation [https://blog.sparsh.dev/guide-to-image-manipulation-terms/] and Object Detection [https://blog.sparsh.dev/fundamentals-of-object-detection/]. We start with a simple analogy about what is an artificial neuron. It is a math function but a digital
ab is a simple load testing command from Apache. It benchmarks your HTTP server by automating a scenario of sending multiple requests with concurrent clients.
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In this post, we're going to code in Python Django to use the Sparrow SMS API integration to verify a Nepali NTC/ Ncell phone number using an API as a service server-generated OTP code.