| The (Non-)Return of the Python Print Statement |
Guido van Rossum recently proposed re-introducing the Python
print statement. He was completely serious and even though the idea didn’t gain traction, it’s interesting to know why he made the proposal.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Robot Programming With Python
Get a crash course in programming autonomous robots with Python. Don’t have a robot laying around? No problem! Use this open-source simulator to get started.
How JIT Compilers Are Implemented and Fast: PyPy, LuaJIT, Graal and More
Have you ever wondered how JIT compilers like PyPy work? Learn the basics by looking at a number of JITs including PyPy, LuaJIT, and Graal.
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Take a deep dive into Python dictionaries by looking at four problems and considering their solutions.
import: Advanced Techniques and Tips
The Python import system is as powerful as it is useful. In this in-depth tutorial, you’ll learn how to harness this power to improve the structure and maintainability of your code.
Python Malware on the Rise
Python’s low barrier to entry, enormous ecosystem, and rapid development process has made it one of he most desired programming languages for millions of developers around he globe—including malicious actors. Read the article at the link above and follow the discussion on Hacker News.
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Too Many Objects: Reducing Memory Overhead From Python Instances
Every Python object has a little bit of memory overhead, and that overhead can really add up if you need to create a huge number of instances. Find out where this overhead comes from and some strategies for reducing memory usage.
Learn IP Address Concepts With Python’s ipaddress Module
In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll learn how to inspect and manipulate IP addresses as Python objects with Python’s ipaddress module, improving your understanding of IP address mechanics and patterns used by the module.
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Adding Two Factor Authentication to Django Admin
Django is a “batteries included” framework, but one battery that isn’t included is two-factor authentication (2FA). Learn how to set up 2FA on the Django Admin site using an authentication app like Google Authenticator.
Arrange-Act-Assert: A Pattern for Writing Good Tests
Arrange-Act-Assert is a test pattern that forces tests to focus on independent, individual behaviors. Learn how to use it for your tests!
A Practical Introduction to Graphs (Network Diagrams)
Learn how to create a simple graph in Python. Not graph as in chart, but graph is in network diagram (or, dots connected with lines).
Solving the Plus Minus Problem in Python
The “Plus Minus Problem” asks whether or not it’s possible, given the numbers 1 to n, to add and subtract them in some manner so that the total sum is zero. The problem may not have many practical applications, but it’s a great way to illustrate how a little bit of reasoning can save you from exponential-time algorithms.
HCrystalBall: A Unified Interface to Time-Series Forecasting
HCrystalBall wraps time series forecasting projects like
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pyparsing: Python Library for Creating PEG Parsers
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hcrystalball: Unified API for Commonly Used Libraries and Modeling Techniques for Time-Series Forecasting
FaceLean: Experiment to Use a Webcam as a Game Input Device
PyGM: Sorted Containers With State-Of-The-Art Query Performance and Compressed Memory Usage
toolz: A Functional Standard Library for Python
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