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” Subscriptions in Python
“It’s quite possible you’re not familiar with this formal term, but you are probably familiar with the syntax: the square brackets used for indexing lists and tuples (
sequence), accessing the value of a specified dictionary (
dictionary["key"]), etc. To cover this topic we will break up into three parts: general subscriptions, slicing, and multiple arguments.”
Working With Pipenv
Pipenv is a packaging tool for Python that solves some common problems associated with the typical workflow using pip, virtualenv, and
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A Probabilistic Programming Language in 70 Lines of Python
Learn how Probabilistic Programming Languages (PPLs) work by building a simple one in Python.
Python News: What’s New From December 2021?
The Python community elected its fourth steering council in December 2021. In this article, you’ll catch up on the results of the election as well as news about new maintenance releases of Python and about end-of-life for Python 3.6.
Django Developers Survey 2021 Results
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FastAPI 0.72.0 Released
IPython 8 CLI Runs “Black” Autoformatter on REPL Code
This Twitter thread explores concerns about using the IPython REPL with autoformatting enabled for education purposes and interactive math.
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Problems With Testing Python Pre-Releases and Pip Caching
“Pip was caching a wheel built using CFFI and Python 3.11.0-alpha2 and was installing that same wheel for the now Python 3.11.0-alpha3 both on our local machines and in our test suite. By clearing the pip cache on our machines and our CI we were able to get a passing test suite.”
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Launching Python, Virtual Environments, and Locking Dependencies With Brett Cannon
Would you like a simple command to launch your Python programs using v the newest version of the language installed on your machine? This week on the show, we continue our conversation with Brett Cannon. Brett discusses his project, the Python Launcher for Unix.
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Application Performance Monitoring, Built for Developers by Developers
Scout is an application performance monitoring tool designed to help Python developers find and fix performance issues quickly. With unlimited seats and applications, users of Scout’s APM tool find that anyone can be a performance expert. Click to sign up for your free 14-day trial today →
Build and Submit HTML Forms With Django (Part 4 of 4)
In the final part of this tutorial series, you’ll continue to build out a social network with Django. You’ll wrap up by working with Django forms, learning how to display helpful error messages, setting up dynamic URLs in your app, and more.
Introduction to Data Verification & Storage With Pydbantic
Walk through the basics of pydbantic and discover how to create, query, update, and remove data from models. Review how pydbantic handles migrations after detecting any changes and how to integrate pydbantic with Redis for caching.
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5 Ways to Use Python on an iPad
“It turns out that it’s actually pretty easy to code in Python on the iPad, especially if you’re willing to work in Jupyter Notebooks. […] Here are five ways you can code in Python on any iPad right now.”
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Generate Your Text Files With Python Using Cog
An interview with Ned Batchelder about the interesting history of the Cog project and how you can use it to automate the work of generating text with arbitrary Python code.
Don’t Wrap Instance Methods With the
Wrapping instance method in Python suffers from one giant gotcha—class instances don’t get garbage collected properly. This post explores that.
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Analyzing Stock Data Near Events With Pandas
Stock market returns are heavily impacted by some events, like FOMC announcements, and we can use Pandas to understand this impact.
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Make Simple Mocks With
“When testing Python code you may need a mock object. That’s okay! But what’s the best way to build a simple mock?”
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