Week 1 of the DevNet Grind – Python Script “unittest” and “Pytest” for testing scripts with scripts Hands on Lab!

This will be in regards to Unit Testing, just grabbing lab screen snips for now This showing no result is correct because we don't want a JSON value returned, so time to write some actual unittest for python! Note below the unittest is using data "from" other scripts in the same directory! As seen below … Continue reading Week 1 of the DevNet Grind – Python Script “unittest” and “Pytest” for testing scripts with scripts Hands on Lab!

Week 5 of the DevNet Grind – Overview of Automation Tools / SDKs / CLIs, Procedural Automation, Idempotency, and review of Bare Metal Clouds!

Overview of Automation Scripting (Tools, Cloud, SDKs, Execution, Etc) The most popular Tool for Basic Scripting is Bash (also called Shell) in Unix / Linux and MacOS, which can be used for single I/O operations, or "piping" different utilities together in one command to create a "Bash Script" via this command chain. This is an … Continue reading Week 5 of the DevNet Grind – Overview of Automation Tools / SDKs / CLIs, Procedural Automation, Idempotency, and review of Bare Metal Clouds!

Week 2 of the Cisco DevNet Grind – EVERYTHING you will need for the DEVASC regarding REST APIs – Acronyms / Design / Status Codes / Webhooks / Troubleshooting!

Intro to APIs API = Application Programming Interface, APIs define how users / developer / other applications can communicate with each other, API's will generally use web-services or web based communication however they can use unique protocols for proprietary APIs. API's not only provide communication, but also secured communication by several different methods, and all … Continue reading Week 2 of the Cisco DevNet Grind – EVERYTHING you will need for the DEVASC regarding REST APIs – Acronyms / Design / Status Codes / Webhooks / Troubleshooting!

Week 1 of the Cisco DevNet Grind – SDLC Methods, Design Patterns, GIT, Coding Basics, Code review / Unit Testing / Integration, TDD, and tons of info!

Beginning with this Class I will be having a much more "scribbled notes" format! I started out trying to use a pen and notepad, but I thought to myself why in world would I not type out my notes in my study blog, even if they do look like a notebook full of quick notes … Continue reading Week 1 of the Cisco DevNet Grind – SDLC Methods, Design Patterns, GIT, Coding Basics, Code review / Unit Testing / Integration, TDD, and tons of info!