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Introduction I first came across sync (synchronous) and async (asynchronous) programming while I was studying for my Cisco DevNet certifications. It was hard to understand at the time why I needed to know about these two programming terms, but after creating some more complex scripts and apps, I started understanding why each concept was important. … Continue reading Sync vs. Async
Introduction Welcome to the fourth and final part to this blog series! In this part, we are going to wrap up pyATS and Genie by looking at some more useful modules within each of these libraries and take a quick look at an open-source web user-interface (UI) for running our pyATS testcases, because who doesn’t … Continue reading pyATS and Genie: Part 4
Introduction If you’ve been following along in this series, you’ve seen how we can programmatically interact and gather information about our network using pyATS and Genie. That’s great and all, but wouldn’t it be better if we could begin providing true value to ourselves and our team? As mentioned in Part 2, pyATS is essentially … Continue reading pyATS and Genie: Part 3