| Comparison of the 7 Python Governance PEPs |
With Guido stepping down as the BDFL one of these PEPs will likely decide who can make decisions about CPython’s future direction and how. CPython core developer Victor Stinner created this overview post to compare the governance models that have been put forward.
Clean Architecture in Python: A Step-By-Step Example
This detailed article shows a concrete Python example on how to implement Robert C. Martin’s “Clean Architecture” design patterns using a TDD approach. (Bonus points for the Day of the Tentacle reference!)
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Python Module Imports Visualization
Diagrams that show dependencies between the internal modules of various well-known Python libraries.
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PSF Fellow Membership Nominations
Know someone who has served the Python community through extraordinary efforts? The Q4 deadline to nominate them to be a PSF Fellow is November 20 (today!)
Interactive Data Visualization in Python With Bokeh
Get up and running with Bokeh, using examples and a real-world dataset. You’ll learn how to visualize your data, customize and organize your visualizations, and add interactivity.
A Guide to Software Engineering for the Visually Impaired
How a person with adverse visual acuity can thrive and be successful in the field of software engineering. Addresses the importance and meaning of accessibility for developers with partial vision and recommends some best practices that are available today. Also check out the related PyOhio talk by the author.
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Red Hat Linux 8.0 Makes Python 3.6 the Default
Read the official announcement/changelog here.
Python Will Be the Official Programming Language for Education in France
Interesting to see this decided at a national level. Is this a good approach? Should other countries follow suit?
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Articles & Tutorials
DeOldify: Colorizing and Restoring Old Images With Python and Deep Learning
Interview with Jason Antic, the creator of DeOldify—a PyTorch powered tool that colorizes images with impressive results.
Vector Animations With Python
Learn how to create animations in Python using the Gizeh and MoviePy libraries. This article is from 2014 but I just recently learned about the author’s Gizeh library and I figured linking to the tutorial post here makes for a more engaging introduction.
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Automatically Generate a Python Module From Jupyter Whenever a Notebook Is Saved
How can you write good code with Jupyter and integrate it with the rest of Python ecosystem? The author proposes as simple post save hook setup to allow importing code from other notebooks.
Get Productive With Python and VS Code
Slides, videos, and demo code for effective Python development with the Visual Studio Code editor.
How to Package and Deploy a Python Module on PyPI With Poetry, Tox and Travis
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Python Community Interview With Kenneth Reitz
Kenneth is the author of the extremely popular requests and pipenv libraries. In this interview, he discusses his latest projects,
PyTheory, and the most challenging code he’s written to date.
Excel Workbook REST API Example
xlwings library allows you to expose an Excel workbook via a REST API both on Windows and macOS. This can be useful when you have a workbook running on a single computer and want to access it from another computer. Demo video
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Introduction to Pandas’ MultiIndexes
How to work with Pandas’ MultiIndexes using realistic data + practical code snippets.
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How to Deploy Django Channels to Production
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“Rounding Numbers in Python” (Interactive Quiz)
Test your knowledge of rounding numbers in Python. (This is more difficult than it may seem at first.)
9 Obscure Python Libraries for Data Science
A grab bag of useful, but little-known Python libraries for data science.
Jupyter Notebooks Made Me a Lazy Programmer…
“Jupyter is fantastic for this, yet somehow after some time coding in notebooks almost exclusively, I found my coding abilities starting to slip. After a while, I found myself picking up bad habits.”
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How Netflix Uses Jupyter Notebooks “in Production”
Python Data Visualization 2018: Why So Many Libraries?
Tensorflow 2.0: Models Migration and New Design
This article describes the (known) differences between Tensorflow 1.x and 2.x, focusing on the change of mindset required and highlighting the pros and cons of the new implementations.
Projects & Code
PyEnvDiff-lib: A Python Environment Diff Tool
A pure-python, dependency-free, library and tool that collects, organizes, displays and saves information about any Python environment, and then enables both humans and computers to compare.
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chartify: Python Charting Library for Data Scientists
All plotting functions use a consistent input data format and the default styles look good out of the box. Built on top of Bokeh.
SetSimilaritySearch: All-Pair Set Similarity Search on Millions of Sets in Python
Building a recommender system? Then this is worth checking out. Related discussion on Hacker News.
cache.py: Python Memoization Across Program Runs
Attempts to make it painless to cache expensive functions across program runs. While not a silver bullet this can surely save you some time. Nice and simple decorator-based interface.
big-list-of-naughty-strings: Examples of “Bad Strings” for Testing User-Input Data
A list of strings which have a high probability of causing issues when used as user-input data. Think “weird unicode” and other fun examples you can use to test your string-validation algorithms.
PySimpleGUI Now Supports Qt
q: Run SQL Directly on CSV Files
Excalibur: PDF Table Extraction for Humans
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pixelhouse: A Minimalist Drawing Library for Making Beautiful Animations in Python
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Funky: Zsh Alias/Function Manager