| Advent of Code: Solving Your Puzzles With Python |
Advent of Code is an online advent calendar that shares new programming puzzles each day from December 1st to the 25th. In this tutorial, you’ll learn why solving programming puzzles can be beneficial and how you can get started with Advent of Code using Python.
Error Message Style Guides of Various Languages
“PyPy has been trying to produce good SyntaxErrors and other errors for a long time. CPython has also made an enormous push to improve its SyntaxErrors in the last few releases. These improvements are great, but the process feels somewhat arbitrary sometimes. To see what other languages are doing, I asked people on Twitter whether they know of error message style guides for other programming languages.”
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Binary, Bytes, and Bitwise Operators in Python
In this course, you’ll learn how to use Python’s bitwise operators to manipulate individual bits of data at the most granular level. With the help of hands-on examples, you’ll see how you can apply bitmasks and overload bitwise operators to control binary data in your code.
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Prettify Your Data Structures With Pretty Print in Python
The pprint module, Python’s data pretty printer, is a useful part of the standard library. You can work with it for debugging data structures and increasing the readability of your output. In this tutorial, you’ll find that pprint is both straightforward to use and also highly customizable.
Story of Jython 
“The story of Jython begins one summer in Ashland, Oregon. I was juggling in a park behind a theater when I met Pavel Curtis, a scientist at Xerox PARC, who wanted to pass clubs. While we were juggling together he told me about a wonderful new programming language called Python. Writing code in Python felt like writing the sort of natural informal code that developers would use when they wanted to quickly share ideas. It was executable pseudo-code.”
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Discussing Type Hints, Protocols, and Ducks in Python With Luciano Ramalho
There seem to be three kinds of Python developers: those unaware of type hints or have no opinion, ones that embrace them, and others who have an allergic reaction at the mention of them. Python is famously a dynamically typed language, but there are advantages to adding type hints to your code. This week on the show, it’s Luciano Ramalho discussing his recent talk titled, “Type hints, protocols, and good sense.”
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How to Create a Computer Virus in Python
“I was relaxing on a beach during my summer leave when I received a mail from a reader that asked me if it is technically possible to write a virus using Python. The short answer: YES. The longer answer: yes, BUT…”
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Writing Simple Python GUIs for Your Command-Line-Phobe Coworkers
“These are some of the lessons I’ve learned on how to package rudimentary Python scripts into simple Windows GUIs for your […] coworkers to use.”
Creating a Better Flamegraph Visualization
Flamegraphs are a great way to visualize performance and memory bottlenecks, but with a little tweaking, you can make them even more useful.
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emacs-python-coverage: Show Python Coverage Information Directly in Emacs
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