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Generate a QR Code With Python
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PEP 698: Override Decorator for Static Typing
This Python Enhancement Proposal describes the use of a new decorator,
@override, which would be used as a type-hint for methods in a sub-class that override a parent’s method. This type hint would introduce a level of safety if the parent method is refactored without corresponding changes to the child method.
5 Ways to Schedule Jupyter Notebooks
A Jupyter Notebook is an excellent tool for creating computational documents. There is often a requirement to update the notebook’s results at a selected time interval and publish it to the rest of the team. Piotr summarizes five different approaches for Jupyter Notebook scheduling.
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Get Started Debugging Python Apps in PyCharm With This Tutorial
PyCharm is one of the most popular IDEs for Python development. This walkthrough for debugging will have you moving quickly →
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mypy comes with a compiler called
mypyc which uses Python type hints to generate C-extensions automatically. This blog posting describes how Steve used it to compile some of his code, the problems he ran into, and how he fixed them.
Resiliency in Distributed Systems
This blog posting contains a brief summary and then two chapters from the book “Understanding Distributed Systems” by Roberto Vitillo. It describes how to make distributed systems more resilient from both the client’s and server’s perspectives.
Custom Python Strings: Inheriting From
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create custom string-like classes in Python by inheriting from the built-in str class or by subclassing
UserString from the collections module.
Production Tips for Django Apps
This blog post describes seven concepts Django programmers should keep in mind when writing production ready code. Hints include information on custom user models, configuring Gunicorn, problems with serializers, and more.
Image Generation Using Stable Diffusion in KerasCV
Stable Diffusion is a powerful, open-source text-to-image generation model. This guide shows you how to generate novel images using the KerasCV Python interface.
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Deploying Python Web Apps as AWS Lambda Functions
A step-by-step guide on how to deploy Python in the AWS Lambda environment. Details include managing dependencies and dealing with an ASGI application.
Pytest for Beginners
This article introduces you to using pytest for testing Python code. Learn how to improve your development process and write better automated tests.
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Want Cleaner Code? Use the Rule of Six
This article outlines six things every developer should keep in mind when coding, hopefully resulting in easy to read, more maintainable Python.
Developing RESTful APIs With Python and Flask
A step-by-step article that guides you through everything you need to know to write your first REST API using Flask. From installing the requirements, through mapping models, to implementing security.
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