Issue #327


July 31, 2018

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pytest 3.7.0 released
A new Pytest release is out with some new features (like the useful --trace) option as well as some depreciations and bugfixes. Check out the changelog for all the details!
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Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language
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Do you use static type hints in your code?
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Distributed Evolutionary Algorithms in Python.
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a python command-line tool which draws basic graphs in the terminal.
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An adversarial example library for constructing attacks, building defenses, and benchmarking both.
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A software suite for Visual Question Answering.
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A retro game development environment in Python.
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Reinforcement Learning with Model-Agnostic Meta-Learning in Pytorch.
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A small, simple editor for beginner Python programmers. Written in Python and Qt5.
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Thredo is threads on async. For the brave. Or the foolish. Only time will tell.
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Extends python lists with LINQ functionality for clean, fast coding.
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Decorator library to configure function arguments.
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Grumpy is a Python to Go source code transcompiler and runtime.
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Complete Guide to Topic Modeling
Learn a little about topic modeling in the context of Natural Language Processing.
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Method overloading in Python
Method overloading doesnt work the same in Python like it does in other languages. This article demonstrates some ways to accomplish this with Python.
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Python Code Quality: Tools & Best Practices
Familiarize yourself with Python code quality tools and some best practices for writing good Python code.
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Executing Encrypted Python with No Performance Penalty
A look at executing encrypted python with `pyce`.
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Python Code Golfing Tricks
Code golf can be a really fun challenge, check out this post for a bunch of good code gold tricks for Python!
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Detecting and Outlining Lakes with Python3 and OpenCV 3
Cool article! Lear about some basic shape and contour detection using Python3 and OpenCV.
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Extreme Gradient Boosting with Python
FTA: "Extreme Gradient Boosting is among the hottest libraries in supervised machine learning these days. It supports various objective functions, including regression, classification, and ranking." Learn about Extreme Gradient Boosting with Python and the xgboost library.
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