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coverage.py Debugging Story
Ned was getting reports for a mysterious disk I/O bug in the latest
coverage.py release and asked the community for help. Read the crowd-sourced diagnosis on Hacker News and Ned’s follow-up post next. What a journey…
The “No Code” Delusion
“2020 is going to be the year of ‘no code’: the movement that say you can write business logic and even entire applications without having the training of a software developer. I empathise with people doing this, and I think some of the ‘no code’ tools are great. But I also thing it’s wrong at heart.”
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Python Developers Are in Demand on Vettery
Vettery is an online hiring marketplace that’s changing the way people hire and get hired. Ready for a bold career move? Make a free profile, name your salary, and connect with hiring managers from top employers today →
How Python Implements Super Long Integers?
“Python must be doing something beautiful internally to support super long integers and today we find out what’s under the hood. The article goes in-depth to explain design, storage, and operations on super long integers as implemented by Python.”
Python GUI Programming Learning Path
Does your Python program need a Graphical User Interface (GUI)? With this free learning path you’ll develop your Python GUI programming skills from scratch. Covers Tkinter, PyQt, wxPython, and Kivy.
Mercurial’s Journey to and Reflections on Python 3
Lessons learned from Mercurial’s Python 3 porting effort and a more opinionated commentary of the transition to Python 3 and the Python language ecosystem as a whole. A great read about the mechanics of porting a large Python project to Python 3.
Supercharge Your Python OOP Code With
How to leverage single and multiple inheritance in your object-oriented Python code using the built-in
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What I Learned Going From Prison to Python
How open source programming can offer opportunities after incarceration.
What’s New in Pandas 1.0.0
Learning Django: Beginner Mistakes I Made That You Can Avoid
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Articles & Tutorials
Logistic Regression in Python
In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll get started with logistic regression in Python. Classification is one of the most important areas of machine learning, and logistic regression is one of its basic methods. You’ll learn how to create, evaluate, and apply a model to make predictions.
Redis Server-Assisted Client-Side Caching in Python
Server-assisted client-side caching is a new capability added in Redis version 6. It is intended to assist the management of a local cache by having the server send invalidation notifications. The server tracks the keys accessed by a client and notifies the client when these change.
Become a Python Guru With PyCharm
PyCharm is the Python IDE for Professional Developers by JetBrains providing a complete set of tools for productive Python, Web and scientific development. Be more productive and save time while PyCharm takes care of the routine →
Exploring HTTPS With Python
In this tutorial, you’ll gain a working knowledge of the various factors that combine to keep communications over the Internet safe. You’ll see concrete examples of how to keep information secure and use cryptography to build your own Python HTTPS application.
Embedding Bokeh in a Script
“I really wanted to have a self-contained script that would launch Bokeh as part of its operation, rather than remembering which command line options I needed to specify.”
Developing and Testing an Asynchronous API With FastAPI and Pytest
This tutorial looks at how to develop and test an asynchronous API with FastAPI, Postgres, Pytest, and Docker using Test-Driven Development (TDD).
TESTDRIVEN.IO • Shared by Michael Herman
Running Python in the Linux Kernel
“This article will talk about a cool project I’ve worked on recently — a full Python interpreter running inside the Linux kernel”
Publish a Static Website in a Day With MkDocs and Netlify
A Pythonista’s (almost) no-code solution to building a website with the Python-based MkDocs static site generator.
SEAN STEWART • Shared by Sean Stewart
Quickly & Easily Convert HTML Documents to PDF With the PDFShift API
Stop worrying about missing CSS3 features, library updates, or badly-rendered documents, and start focusing on what matters. Convert your HTML documents to PDF via a simple POST HTTP request to PDFShift’s high-fidelity, up-to-date, and very fast API.
From Browser to Django
What happens from when a browser makes a request to how Django receives the request and sends back a response.
MATT LAYMAN • Shared by Matt Layman
Python in Visual Studio Code – January 2020 Release
Building an Image Downloader With Multiprocessing in Python
Activating a Conda Environment in Your Dockerfile
Creating a Transparently Encrypted Field in Django
Creating a Password Input Widget in PyQt
Projects & Code
codetiming: Flexible, Customizable Timer for Your Python Code
nfstream: Flexible Network Data Analysis Framework
scalene: High-Performance, High-Precision CPU and Memory Profiler for Python
HTTPX: Next-Generation HTTP Client for Python
CleverCSV: Python Package for Handling Messy CSV Files
mp3splitter: Splits Audiobook MP3 Files Into Chapters
Projects Using the
pyproject.toml Python Config File
GITHUB.COM/CARLOSPERATE • Shared by Carlos
pytest-testmon: Selects Tests Affected by Changed Files
GoStyle: Go Syntax Implementation in Python
rq: Simple Job Queues for Python