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Learn how Python’s
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You Don’t Really Need a Virtualenv
Virtual environments are a staple of the Python world, but they aren’t without their drawbacks. Learn why virtual environments aren’t always the right solutions and how to get around them without sacrificing dependency isolation.
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Tackle Architecture Issues on Your Complex Django Codebase
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Dying, Fast and Slow: Out-Of-Memory Crashes in Python
Learn about the different ways that memory issues can manifest in your Python programs, and how you can debug and fix them.
C for Python Programmers
In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of the C language, which is used in the source code for CPython, the most popular Python implementation. Learning C is important for Python programmers interested in contributing to CPython.
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What Are “Soft Keywords”?
Today I learned Python has two kinds of keywords!
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Creating an Interactive Online Python Conference for PyCascades 2021
How do you create a virtual conference that retains the interactivity of an in-person event? What are the tools needed for talk submissions, ticketing, and live hosting? Can you find those tools written in Python?
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Using Environment Variables in Python for App Configuration
Learn how to use environment variables to configure your Python applications. You’ll see why using environment variables makes sense, as well as how to read, write, and delete environment variables using Python.
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10 Python Security Best Practices (Cheat Sheet)
Learn how to avoid malicious packages in PyPI, fix common Python vulnerabilities, and more.
Which Django Version Should I Use?
When you’re starting a new Django project, which version of Django should you use? In this short opinion piece, Matt Layman lays out an argument for always starting with the latest version.
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Evaluate Expressions Dynamically With Python eval()
Learn how Python’s eval() works and how to use it effectively in your programs. Additionally, you’ll learn how to minimize the security risks associated with the use of eval().
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Classical Aerodynamics With Python
This open-source series of lectures walks you through understanding classical aerodynamics and presents computations with Python in Jupyter Notebooks.
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Using Python & Pandas Datareader to Analyze Financial Data
Learn how to use the
pandas-datareader package to do statistical analysis on financial data by comparing volatility in the S&P 500 to the Nasdaq.
Getting Started With the Raspberry Pi Pico Using MicroPython and C
Learn how to set-up the new Raspberry Pi Pico and get up and running with a program that blinks an LED using MicroPython and C.
How to Use Python: Your First Steps
Learn the basics of how to use Python. With this knowledge, you’ll be able to start coding your Python applications.
The Quick Start Guide to Plotting Histograms in Seaborn
Get a quick introduction to plotting histograms with the Seaborn package.
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