Issue #329


Aug. 14, 2018

 Python 3.7 on app engine, writing a toy JVM implementation in Python, dancenet, and much more.

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Introducing App Engine Second Generation runtimes and Python 3.7
You can write apps using Python 3.7 today on the App Engine standard environment—check out the docs to get started.
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I wrote a toy JVM implementation in Python
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I wrote a script to display an image in terminal using ANSI codes
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Webscraping using Python and BeautifulSoup!
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ðŸ—£ï¸ Tool to generate adversarial text examples and test machine learning models against them.
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Parallel Programming with Python.
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The best CLI client for Slack, because everything is terrible!.
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DanceNet -💃💃Dance generator using Autoencoder, LSTM and Mixture Density Network. (Keras).
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Convenient Tail Call Elimination Decorator for Python.
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Display image and video camera in your ANSI terminal!.
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How Python saves memory when storing strings
Learn a little bit about how Python works!
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Python library providing type-checked function calls at runtime.
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Organized Resources for Deep Learning Researchers and Developers.
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Artificial Neural Networks Explained
The author says this article will teach you everything you need to know about Artificial Neural Networks in a theoretical and programmatic way.
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Working with Asynchronous Celery Tasks - lessons learned
Avoid common traps and pitfalls when working with Asynchronous Celery Tasks.
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Introduction To Storing Data In Files
How to best store data in files, when you aren't storing your data in a database.
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Web Scraping Using Python and BeautifulSoup!
Scrapy has been talked about a lot, but Beautifulsoup still gets the job done!
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Python Community Interview With Mike Driscoll
Real Python turns the tables on Python Blogger and Developer interviewer Mike Driscoll.
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Python Lists in Depth
Go deep on Python lists.
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