In this article we review last week's PRAW: The Python Reddit API Wrapper code challenge. We had some really cool submissions so let's dive straight in:
bbelderbos created a script to autopost each new PyBites challenge to /r/learnpython. It already auto-posted this week's new challenge. It also sends out a notification html email to a list of community members. Code is here.
By the way there is no deadline to these challenges, you can start any challenge at any time. We can always update our review posts with new PRs.
Follow our instructions and start coding. Have fun!
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