| Advent of Code: Solving Puzzles With Python
Advent of Code is an online advent calendar that shares new programming puzzles each day from December 1 to the 25. In this Code Conversation, you’ll learn why solving programming puzzles can be beneficial and how you can get started with Advent of Code using Python.
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Two Kinds of Threads Pools, and Why You Need Both
This article talks about thread pools and how tuning them correctly can make a difference in the performance of your concurrent code.
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The Python Rich Package: Unleash the Power of Console Text
Rich is a powerful library for constructing text-based user interfaces (TUIs) using Python. With it, you can make your code more readable by pretty-printing complex data structures, and you can make your app more attractive for your user with colored and formatted text, tables, animations, and more.
Running Python Parallel Applications With Sub Interpreters
Python 3.13 is adding programmatic control over sub-interpreters in Python. They spawn faster than creating a new process, but slower than threads. Learn why and how you can use them in the next release of Python.
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cp and Implementing It in Python
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cp command and learn how to replicate it in Python. This post breaks down the command’s process and shows you how the same could be accomplished using only Python.
Say It Again: Values Not Expressions
Sometimes you can explain a simple thing for the thousandth time, and come away with a deeper understanding yourself. It happened to Ned the other day with Python mutable argument default values.
Divmod for Unit Conversions
divmod() provides the quotient and remainder of two numbers. This kind of division occurs frequently when calculating unit conversions. This article shows some examples.
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Examples of Great URL Design
URLs are everywhere, but some sites spend more time thinking about what they mean and how visitors read them. This blog post covers some of Jim’s favorite examples of good URL designs.
Adding Full Text Search to Django With
Learn how to supercharge your Django app with full-text search using Django-Watson. Dive deep into Postgres magic and boost search functionality.
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Untyped Python: The Python That Was
This post by Armin is an opinion piece about the changes to Python over the years, particularly typing, and how that relates to other languages.
CPython Internals: Understanding the Role of PyObject
Understand how objects are implemented in CPython and how CPython emulates Inheritance and Polymorphism in C using struct embedding.
Why You Should Not Overuse List Comprehensions in Python
List comprehensions in Python are super helpful one-liners. But if overused, they can make your code a pain to maintain. Here’s why.
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