Twitter digest 2017 week 12

Posted by PyBites on Sun 26 March 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pycon, tips, debugging, itertools, pycharm, beginners, Django, rest, data science, flask, tutorials, python • 2 min read

Every weekend we share a curated list of 15 cool things (mostly Python) that we found / tweeted throughout the week.


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Comparing Lists with Difflib

Posted by Julian on Wed 08 March 2017 in Learning • Tagged with python, learning, beginners, stdlib, tips, cleancode, bestpractices, pythonic • 3 min read

Learn to compare blocks of text with the difflib module.


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Pythonic String Formatting

Posted by Julian on Thu 02 March 2017 in Learning • Tagged with python, learning, beginners, tips, cleancode, bestpractices, pythonic • 3 min read

The formatting of strings has been a hot topic in Python and something that I struggled with at the beginning. It's quite interesting to see how it's evolved over time to be what it is today!


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Code Challenge Pilot - calculate total time JS course

Posted by Julian on Wed 04 January 2017 in Challenges • Tagged with codechallenges, learning, python, beginners, code • 3 min read

Coding Challenge to create a web scraper that calculates the total time of a Javascript Course.


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Python Naming Conventions

Posted by Julian on Sun 01 January 2017 in Learning • Tagged with learning, python, beginners, tips, cleancode, bestpractices • 2 min read

Naming conventions can be tricky in Py. It's good to make sure we're all on the same page.


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Don't Let Indentation Catch You Out

Posted by Julian on Fri 30 December 2016 in Learning • Tagged with python, learning, beginners, tips, cleancode, bestpractices • 4 min read

Python indentation can be a cruel mistress. Let's get it right!


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A Quick Automate the Boring Stuff Review

Posted by Julian on Mon 26 December 2016 in Books • Tagged with python, review, books, learning, beginners, automation • 3 min read

A quick review of the legendary free book, Automate the Boring Stuff.


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