This post was published on April 1st, 2019, and should not be taken too seriously.
This article is a part of CQK Top 10 series.
The story begins two years ago during an excellent TDD training given by Szczepan Faber and Tomek Kaczanowski for a bunch of Allegro developers. Surprisingly, it was a trigger to revolutionize our builds at Allegro.
At Allegro, we always try to pick the right tool for the job. As a result, despite focusing on JVM for implementing our services, we do use Python extensively for infrastructure automation and management.