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While waiting for SN15 to launch, Thomas Goddard set out to pull together a 2-dimensional simulation of the Starship landing. Tying together knowledge of trajectory optimization, Thomas modeled the landing in Python with the CasADI library and used Matplotlib to generate an animation which, when played side-by-side with the footage of the landing, results in remarkable similarity to the actual landing dynamics.
Async in Flask 2.0
This article looks at Flask 2.0’s new async functionality and how to leverage it in your Flask projects. You’ll learn how Flask processes requests asynchronously using a traditional WSGI server, instead of the ASGI server used by many other async web frameworks. You’ll also learn how to simulate Flask 2.0 async in Flask 1.X applications.
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Embedded Python: Build a Game on the BBC micro:bit
Learn about embedded development, an exciting area of programming that allows you to bring your code into the physical world. You’ll learn about your options for writing embedded Python code and build a basic game using the BBC micro:bit.
EuroPython 2021 Talk Voting Is Open
Planning on attending EuroPython this year? If you’re registered and have paid for a ticket, or if you’ve attended any of the past conferences, you can vote on talk submissions until May 23.
New Major Versions of All Pallets Projects Released
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What Is the Most Efficient Way of Getting the Intersection of k Sorted Arrays?
For algorithm enthusiasts, this question-and-answer thread shows some interesting ways to approach a relatively simple-looking problem. The thread even got a nod from Python core developer Raymond Hettinger on Twitter.
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The 2021 Python Language Summit
Every year the Python Software foundation hosts the Python Language Summit where a small group of core developers discusses the current state and future direction of the Python language. Check back regularly on this announcement to find links to writeups about the events from the summit, penned this year by Real Python’s Joanna Jablonski.
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Powering the Python Package Index in 2021
What does it take to power PyPI in this current day and age? Learn what technologies PyPI uses, who is involved, how much it costs, and how you can help support the package index.
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Building a Platform Game With Arcade and Covering Python News Monthly
Did you know the Python Software Foundation is hiring! With the recent support of three Visionary Sponsors, the PSF has been able to open positions for a developer-in-residence and a Python packaging project manager. Real Python now has a monthly Python news article. Frequent guest of the show, David Amos compiles and summarizes the biggest Python news from the past month.
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Efficient SQL on Pandas with DuckDB
pandas is an indispensable tool for Python data analysis. It’s also a standard for data transfer between elements of the Python data ecosystem. But sometimes you need some good ol’ SQL in your data workflow. With DuckDB, you can perform SQL queries directly against pandas data frames. DuckDB is faster than pandas in some cases and can even handle larger-than-memory data.
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When you need to indicate that a bit of code intentionally does nothing, then you need to reach for Python’s
pass statement. In the latest installment of Brett’s “Syntactic Sugar” series, you’ll learn how
pass works, when to use it, and why it’s a uniquely Python concept.
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djenv: Load Django Settings From Environmental Variables