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Python insider: python 3.5.10rc1 is now available

Python insider: python 3.5.10rc1 is now available
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 27 August, 2020
Python 3.5.10rc1 is now available. You can download it here.
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Testdriven.io: working with celery and django database transactions

Testdriven.io: working with celery and django database transactions
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 21 June, 2020
CoursesBundlesBlog More Support and ConsultingWhat is Test-Driven Development?TestimonialsSign InSign UpSign InSign UpWorking with Celery and Django Database Transactions Posted by Michael Yin|Last updated on June 20th, 2020&...
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Pycoder’s weekly: issue #424 (june 9, 2020)

Pycoder’s weekly: issue #424 (june 9, 2020)
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 18 June, 2020
Latest IssueArchivesSubmissionsRSSWeb Scraping Tools & Legality, How Async Should've Been, 90% Python Wheels Adoption, and More Subscribe » « Previous Issue Next Issue »Web Scraping Tools & Legality, How Async Should've Been, 90% Python Wheels Adopt...
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Pycharm: pycharm 2020.2 early access program starts now!

Pycharm: pycharm 2020.2 early access program starts now!
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 10 June, 2020
← PyCharm 2020.1.2Smart execution of R code → Posted on byRoberto Pesce The Early Access Program for our next major release, PyCharm 2020.2, is now open! If you are the kind of person who is always looking forward to the next ‘big thing’, we encourage ...
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Gaël varoquaux: technical discussions are hard; a few tips

Gaël varoquaux: technical discussions are hard; a few tips
Vishal Vishal 31 May, 2020
under programmingopen sourcepeople &nbsp Read time: 10 min. Tweet Note This post discuss the difficulties of communicating while developing open-source projects and tries to gives some simple advice. A large s...
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Sandro tosi: it's a waiting game... but just how long we gotta wait?

Sandro tosi: it's a waiting game... but just how long we gotta wait?
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 11 May, 2020
While waiting for my priority date to become current, and with enough "quarantine time" on my hand, i just come up with a very simple Python tool to parse the USCIS Visa Bulletin to gather some data from that. You can find code and images in this Gi...
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Pycharm: webinar recording: “how to build real-time interactions in your django 3 app” with calvin hendryx-parker

Pycharm: webinar recording: “how to build real-time interactions in your django 3 app” with calvin hendryx-parker
Vishal Vishal 7 May, 2020
← PyCharm & DSF Campaign 2020 ResultsInterview: Koudai Aono, Author of pydantic Plugin for PyCharm → Posted on byPaul Everitt Last week we hosted Calvin Hendryx-Parker from Six Feet Up for a webinar covering real-time Django 3: Django Rest Framework, D...
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Pybites: mutable vs immutable data types in python

Pybites: mutable vs immutable data types in python
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 4 May, 2020
HomeBlogPlatformMembersApply BobConcepts data integrity, functional programming, immutable, javascript, lists, mutable, react, strings, types Have you ever wondered why there are mutable and immutable types in Python? Have you ever encountered this ...
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Pybites: exploring the modern python command-line interface

Pybites: exploring the modern python command-line interface
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 4 May, 2020
HomeBlogPlatformMembersApply Erik O'ShaughnessyMisc argparse, cli, click, history, python, typer, unix The goal here is simple: help the new Python developer with some of the history and terminology around command-line interfaces (CLIs) and explore h...
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Sumana harihareswara - cogito, ergo sumana: remote sprint tips

Sumana harihareswara - cogito, ergo sumana: remote sprint tips
Vishal Vishal 28 April, 2020
#: Remote Sprint Tips: Every year, many developers of Python (the language itself, not just stuff written in Python) get together for a sprint. This year it will probably be virtual. How should that work? I offered to share my experiences and tips,...
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Python insider: python 2.7.18, the last release of python 2

Python insider: python 2.7.18, the last release of python 2
Vishal Vishal 27 April, 2020
The CPython core developers are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Python 2.7.18. Python 2.7.18 is the last Python 2.7 release and therefore the last Python 2 release. It's time for the CPython community to say a fond but firm farewel...
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The three of wands: building pyrseia ii: fleshing out clients and servers

The three of wands: building pyrseia ii: fleshing out clients and servers
Vishal Vishal 25 April, 2020
My free software stuff.Home Published at , updated at on python, pyrseia This is the second article in the Pyrseia series. The others are:Building Pyrseia I: The Idea If you want to follow along with...
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Weekly python stackoverflow report: (ccxxiv) stackoverflow python report

Weekly python stackoverflow report: (ccxxiv) stackoverflow python report
Vishal Vishal 19 April, 2020
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week. Between brackets: [question score / answers count] Build date: 2020-04-18 20:03:00 GMT Why do I get this many iterations when adding to and removing from a set while iterating ov...
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Pycoder’s weekly: issue #415 (april 7, 2020)

Pycoder’s weekly: issue #415 (april 7, 2020)
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 17 April, 2020
Latest IssueArchivesSubmissionsRSSPython + Arduino, Final Python 2.x Release, Effective Python 2nd Ed., and More Subscribe » « Previous Issue Next Issue »Python + Arduino, Final Python 2.x Release, Effective Python 2nd Ed., and MoreArduino With Pyth...
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Paweå‚ fertyk: webrtc on mobile devices

Paweå‚ fertyk: webrtc on mobile devices
Vishal Vishal 13 April, 2020
Paweł FertykBlogTagsAbout WebRTC on mobile devices pythonjavascriptreact nativeaiohttpwebrtcwebsockets In one of my previous posts I described how to set up WebRTC in a simple web application, without unnecessary dependencies. Here I will expand that...
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Red hat developers: how to write an abi compliance checker using libabigail

Red hat developers: how to write an abi compliance checker using libabigail
Vishal Vishal 12 April, 2020
Dodji Seketeli I’ve previously written about the challenges of ensuring forward compatibility for application binary interfaces (ABIs) exposed by native shared libraries. This article introduces the other side of the equation: How to verify ABI backwar...
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Codementor: algo trading 101: building your first stock trading bot 🤖 in python 🐍

Codementor: algo trading 101: building your first stock trading bot 🤖 in python 🐍
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 11 April, 2020
Find Developers & MentorsWeb ProgrammingAngularJSASP.NETDjangoExpressHTML/CSSjQueryLaravelNode.jsRailsReactReduxVue.jsMobile App ProgrammingAndroidiOSIonicKotlinReact NativeSwiftXcodeProgramming LanguagesC++C#CGolangJavaJavaScriptPHPPythonRRubyTypeScrip...
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Pybites: using python to check for file changes in excel

Pybites: using python to check for file changes in excel
Vishal Vishal 11 April, 2020
HomeBlogPlatformApply Ryan CheleyTools excel, os, pandas Finding differences in excel files using Pandas!IndexThe ProblemThe SolutionFuture EnhancementConclusion The Problem Data exchange in healthcare is ... harder than it needs to be. Not all par...
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Pybites: introduction to building custom apache airflow operators

Pybites: introduction to building custom apache airflow operators
Vishal Vishal 11 April, 2020
HomeBlogPlatformApply Christo OlivierData Airflow, Apache, data If you work in data engineering, then the chance are high that you are using or have used Apache Airflow. This orchestration tool has become a firm favourite of many organisations. It w...
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S. lott: why isn't cobol dead? or why didn't it evolve?

S. lott: why isn't cobol dead? or why didn't it evolve?
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 8 April, 2020
Here's part of the question: Why didn't COBOL evolve more successfully?FORTRAN, OTOH, has survived precisely because it--and more importantly, related tools, esp compilers--has evolved to solve/overcome many (certainly not all!) of the sorts of pain-po...
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