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Take your Python coding interview skills to the next level and use Python’s built-in functions and modules to solve problems faster and more easily.
A Look at Python, Parameterized
Detailed article that explores the application of parameterization in Python and how it relates to mainstream design patterns such as dependency injection, strategy, template method, and others.
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Django Tutorial: Build Your Own Portfolio Website
In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of creating powerful web applications with Django, a Python web framework. You’ll build a portfolio application to showcase your web development projects, complete with a fully functioning blog.
Django 2.2 LTS Released
HttpRequest.headers to easily access request headers, database-level constraints on models, improved
runserver performance when watching large project folders. Also, this is a long-term support (LTS) release, which means that security and data loss fixes will be applied for at least the next three years.
On Overusing List Comprehensions and Generator Expressions
Comprehensions are lovely, but they can easily be overused. In this article Trey shows you helpful examples and tips on sensible comprehension use in your own code.
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Six Easy Ways to Run Your Jupyter Notebook in the Cloud
A comparison of free services for running an interactive Jupyter Notebook in the cloud: Binder, Kaggle Kernels, Google Colab, Azure Notebooks, CoCalc, Datalore.
“Either Python is fast becoming the most popular programming language, or Python just has a bigger proportion of new coders compared to other languages”
For Those Who Self-Taught Themselves Python, How Did You Do It?
On Learning Rust and Go: Migrating Away From Python
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Articles & Tutorials
Python Virtual Environments Introduction
What Python Virtual Environments are and how to use them effectively in your Python programming endeavours.
Minimizing Performance Issues Caused by Django’s Implicit Database Queries
The author proposes a simple library called
django-zen-queries that gives you control over which parts of your code are allowed to run queries, and which aren’t.
Monitor Python Applications With Datadog APM and Distributed Tracing
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Monkey Patching in Python: Explained With Examples
In this post, you’ll learn about monkey patching, that is, how to dynamically update code behavior at runtime. Also includes some useful examples of monkey patching in Python.
Working With JSON Data in Python
Learn how to work with Python’s built-in
json module to serialize the data in your programs into JSON format. Then, you’ll deserialize some JSON from an online API and convert it into Python objects.
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Useful Django Packages in 2019
Django packages which will make your project more fun to work on, take care of common tasks, and help you to get more done. Nice list!
VLADISLAV SUPALOV • Shared by Vladislav Supalov
Super Potato Bruh (Made With PyGame) Receives a Major Update
A hilarious platformer game made entirely with Python and PyGame! Each copy of the game comes with full source code.
Go for Python Programmers
An introduction to the Go language for experienced Python programmers.
Sorting Algorithms in Python
A look at popular sorting algorithms, how they work, and how they can be coded in Python.
Multi-Stage Dockerfiles and Python Virtualenvs
How to make smaller and more secure Docker images for production using Docker’s multi-stage build feature and Python virtual environments.
Displaying Your Realtime Blood Glucose Levels With Python
Scott Hanselman on programming a PyPortal with Circuit Python to display his blood glucose levels from his REST API.
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Projects & Code
doccano: Open Source Text Annotation Tool for ML
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autohooks: Library for Managing Git Hooks
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pyCAIR: Content Aware Image Resizing
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Dramatiq: Simple Task Processing
A distributed task processing library for Python with a focus on simplicity, reliability and performance.
sphinx-contrib/spelling: Sphinx Docs Spelling Checker
A spelling checker for Sphinx-based documentation. It uses
PyEnchant to produce a report showing misspelled words.