| Inline Dependencies for Small Python Scripts
Sabs wanted the ability to specify dependencies inside a single Python script, and although there are PEPs on this topic, their implementation is a ways off. Sabs decided to solve this problem directly: introducing
pip.wtf a code snippet you copy into your script that does dependency loading through a function call.
Build Conway’s Game of Life With Python
In this step-by-step project, you’ll implement Conway’s Game of Life in Python. To make the game usable, you’ll create a user-friendly command-line interface (CLI) with several options that will allow you to run the game using different life patterns and configurations.
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The Categories of Bugs in Python Apps
This article categorizes errors in your Python code into three groups: type-checking, import explosions, and runtime errors. Learn how each is treated differently and how to better handle them in your programs.
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How to Render Markdown in a Django Application
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create and render web content in Django with the simplicity and flexibility of the Markdown text formatting language.
10 Truths They Won’t Tell You About a Software Job
This opinion piece from Mensur addresses the wide gulf between what is learned in school and what is encountered in real world software development. He mentions topics ranging from the frequency of dealing with legacy code, to the reality of meetings and estimates. Associated HN discussion.
A Disorganized List of Maintainer Tasks
David is the maintainer of Flask and this list shows all that entails. Some things are obvious and others are things you might not be aware of. If you’re participating in the OSS community, it is good to know what is on here, if you just use libraries, appreciate all the work being done!
One Liners Python Edition
A collection of single-line Python snippets that cover common tasks in programming. Includes removing duplicates from lists, reversing strings, finding the most common element in a list, and much more.
The Radiating Programmer
Love them or hate them, the daily stand-up is out there. It may have problems, but at its core, the three mains questions (what did you do? what are you planning? what is blocking you?) provide a tool for radiating information, and at core that’s a good idea.
Fixit 2: Meta’s Next-Generation Auto-Fixing Linter
Meta has a large collection of plug-ins for linting, which makes some of the usual solutions problematic at scale. This article introduces Fixit 2, an open source, pluggable linter.
Beginners Should Use Django, Not Flask
This opinion piece by Bite Code states why developers new to the web space should use Django, even though Flask has the simpler “hello world” which makes it attractive.
This multi-part post talks about how getting notified about all errors leads to error fatigue from false positives and a culture where errors get ignored. Long term this can have disastrous consequences.
Python Basics Exercises: Modules and Packages
In this video course, you’ll practice separating your code into modules, using the import statement to access another module’s namespace, and creating Python packages.
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How to Write Efficient Python Code: A Tutorial for Beginners
Are you a programmer looking to get better at Python? Learn some of Python’s features that’ll help you write more elegant and Pythonic code.
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The Changing “Guarantees” Given by Python’s GIL
This article covers the changes the Global Interpreter Lock has undergone since Python 3.9 and how that impacts the assumptions you can make in your code.
11 Fun Python Libraries to Make Your Day Better
This article covers 11 libraries that the author had fun playing with, including PyGame, Asciimatics, Arcade, and more.
datetime.utcnow() Is Now Deprecated
Python 3.12 has deprecated
utcfromtimestamp(). This article covers why and what to use instead.
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