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How Promotions work in Large Corporations

Posted by Cristian Medina on Wed 15 August 2018 in SoftSkills • Tagged with promotions, software developer, job, negotiation, soft skills, performance review, salaries, manager, networking, opportunities • 10 min read

We are stoked to have Cristian Medina (tryexceptpass.org) deliver our first soft skills article. He will go into depth on the topic of promotions and how to better position yourself as a developer. He will discuss performance reviews, the role your manager can play, networking and much more. Enjoy and keep challening yourself!


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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 26, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 05 August 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, Python 3.7, asyncio, PyPI, Pyramid, SQLAlchemy, security, Chalice, AWS, Lambda, TensorFlow, Raspberry Pi, OpenCV, data science, Twilio, Windows • 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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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 25, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Tue 31 July 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, STEM, kids, learning, girl scouts, PyOhio, community, documentation, testing, OpenCV, deep learning, data visualisation, Git, data science, Twilio, Python 3.7, pytest, pathlib • 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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Why Python is Great for Test Automation

Posted by Andrew Knight on Wed 25 July 2018 in Testing • Tagged with guest, test, testing, automation, tdd, selenium, pytest, IDE • 5 min read

Testing in Python is consistently growing in popularity. In this article our friend Andrew Knight from Automation Panda walks through 10 reasons why Python is great for Test Automation.


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My Anaconda Workflow: Python environment and package management made easy

Posted by Martin Uribe on Tue 24 July 2018 in Tools • Tagged with Anaconda, Anaconda workflow, conda, pip, virtual environment, packages, packaging, distribution, configuration, YAML, python3.7 • 12 min read

in this article martin provides an easy-to-follow reference guide of his anaconda workflow. he uses this to make his life easier managing the his python environment and package dependencies. and to great avail as you will soon discover. not only will you learn the basics of the powerful conda tool, he also goes into more depth on the more niche/advanced features like using alternate channels, distributing and cloning environments, updating anaconda, and setting environment variables. warning: this might get you on anaconda, and if you are already you probably want to keep this one nearby for reference.


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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 24, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 22 July 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, 100daysofcode, AWS, Lambda, errors, learning, speed, OpenCV, regex, pyjanitor, SciPy, videos, containers • 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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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 23, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 15 July 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, BDFL, slicing, Sublime, MatLab, SciPy, Machine learning, AI, face_recognition, neural network, StarCraft, data visualisation, asyncio, dels • 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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Watch Me Code - Solving Bite 21. Query a Nested Data Structure

Posted by Bob on Sat 14 July 2018 in CodeChalleng.es • Tagged with dict, list, beginner, data structures, bites of py, video, sum, list comprehension, dictionary comprehension • 2 min read

I recorded a video solving Bite 21. Query a nested data structure. The exercise presents us with a dictionary of car manufacturers and their corresponding car models. We will extract various bits and pieces from it as well as sort the nested model lists. This is a common type of data structure so specially for a beginner it is important to have this become second nature. Prepare to learn more about looping, some string operations, and list / dict comprehensions.


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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 22, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 08 July 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, 100daysofcode, security, PSF, regex, zip, GPS, roadtrip, emulator, strings, textwrap • 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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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 21, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 01 July 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, coverage.py, iterators, raspberry pi, OpenCV, tutorial, pytest, TensorFlow, data science, 100daysofcode, IDE, datetime, Python 3.7, data visualisation • 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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