Code Challenge 52 - Create your own Pomodoro Timer - Review

PyBites, Mon 01 October 2018, Challenges

argparse, challenges, code challenge, datetime, Django, Pomodoro, time, tkinter, wxPython

In this article we review last week's Create your own Pomodoro Timer code challenge.

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Community Pull Requests

Check out the awesome PRs by our community for PCC52 (or from fork: git checkout community && git merge upstream/community):

Some cool stuff that got PR'd for this challenge: tkinter, argparse, pytest, wxPython, Django, awesome, no?!

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You can look at all submitted code here and/or pulling our Community branch.

Other learnings we spotted in Pull Requests for other challenges this week: collections, itertools, xml files, list comprehensions.

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