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Python supports default values for arguments to functions, but those defaults are evaluated at function-definition time. A proposal to add defaults that are evaluated when the function is called has been discussed at some length on the python-ideas mailing list.
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In this course, you’ll learn how to build a dashboard using Python and Dash. Dash is a framework for building data visualization interfaces. It helps data scientists build fully interactive web applications quickly.
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Application Performance Monitoring Built for Developers, by Developers
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Rats in Doom: A Novel VR Setup for Rodents
A novel VR setup developed for rodents that lets rats play Doom. Uses Python for the controller interface.
CPython Dev in Residence: Weekly Report, November 22–28
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asyncio error handling.
Python 3.10 Pattern Matching: Wildcard in String?
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The creator of Ruby on Rails on programmer competence: “The world has never had a greater need for programmers than it does today. It’s never had a greater need for competent programmers than it does today. Let’s skip the overly self-deprecating nonsense that nobody knows what they’re doing, and trying to learn things in depth is not for us.”
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How to Ditch Codecov for Python Projects
“Codecov’s unreliability breaking CI on my open source projects has been a constant source of frustration for me for years. I have found a way to enforce coverage over a whole GitHub Actions build matrix that doesn’t rely on third-party services.”
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Ready to Publish Your Python Packages?
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How to Write a Great Stack Overflow Question
“The single best thing you can do when asking for coding help online is provide a short, complete example script that others can copy, paste, and run without any modification to reproduce your problem.”
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Experimental APIs in Python 3.10 and the Future of Trust Stores
“In Python 3.10.0 there were a few new APIs added to the
ssl module related to certificate chains that weren’t listed in the Python 3.10 release notes due to being experimental.”
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The Problem With Python’s
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The author explores the pros and cons of Python’s default
filter() implementation and potential improvements that could be made.
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