Twitter Digest 2017 Week 37

Posted by PyBites on Sun 17 September 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, tips, python, learning, Tensorflow, fstrings, Asynchronous Python, Django, tutorials, Sublime Text, web scraping, regex, Data Visualisation, NetworkX • 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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How to Learn Python

Posted by PyBites on Sat 16 September 2017 in Special • Tagged with python, learning, story, books, resources, special, learn-by-doing, inspiration, pybites, blogging, GitHub, Flask, 100DaysOfCode, automation, career, development, pythonistas, freeCodeCamp, howto, zen, software, code quality, programming • 7 min read

Python is a mature language, easy to learn and here to stay. But where to start? We see a lot of new Pythonistas posting questions like: How to learn Python?, Where do I start?, What approach to take?. We were there once too. Now with 9 months of PyBites and 200 articles under our belt, we share how we learned Python.


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Twitter digest 2017 week 34

Posted by PyBites on Sun 27 August 2017 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, tips, python, pybites, APIs, regex, Jupyter, OpenCV, Pillow, SunPy, collections, open source, training, learning, CSV, Data Analysis, Python, Podcast, Spacing • 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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Learning Flask v Learning Django

Posted by Julian on Wed 16 August 2017 in Learning • Tagged with Django, 100DaysOfDjango, Flask, python, beginner, learning • 4 min read

An article on my experience learning Flask and Django.


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A Step by Step Guide to Implementing and Deploying Two-Phase Registration in Django

Posted by Bob on Sat 05 August 2017 in Django • Tagged with Django, 100DaysOfDjango, Django-registration, Gmail, Postgres, SQLite, registration, tutorial, guide, virtualenv, learning • 11 min read

Two-phase registration, consisting of initial signup followed by a confirmation/activation email is a common piece for any web app. In this article I will guide you through setting this up in Django using the Django-registration plugin and Gmail for messaging. Then I show you how to deploy the app to Heroku.


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Step-by-Step Guide on Deploying a Simple Flask App to Heroku

Posted by Julian on Fri 21 July 2017 in Flask • Tagged with Flask, python, beginner, sessions, learning, code, Heroku • 5 min read

A step-by-step guide on deploying a simple flask app to Heroku.


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The Importance of Refactoring Code

Posted by Julian on Thu 13 July 2017 in Concepts • Tagged with python, beginner, learning, examples, code, refactoring • 4 min read

In this quick post I discuss why refactoring code is one of the most important parts of the learning process.


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200 Days of PyBites, 100 Days of Code and our Next Project

Posted by PyBites on Fri 07 July 2017 in Special • Tagged with pybites, 100DaysOfCode, learning, modules, special, milestone, lessons, community, automation, utilities, scripts, 100DaysOfDjango • 5 min read

We did it! #100DaysOfCode is done: 5K lines of code, 100 scripts. Just on the day PyBites turns 200 days. In this article we will share our learning on this major project and announce our next 100 days effort ...


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From Challenge to Project - How I Made PyTrack, Learning Modules and Packaging

Posted by Martin on Fri 07 July 2017 in Learning • Tagged with challenges, guest, PyTrack, packaging, peewee, click, maya, learning • 6 min read

This is a guest post by Martin, a passionate Pythonista who turns our code challenges into cool projects. In this article he describes his process of building pyTrack, a simple task time tracker. Not only did he learn various Python modules - PeeWee, Maya and Click - he also stunned us delivering a project with great documentation and properly packaged code.


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Flask Web Server Port Mapping

Posted by Julian on Sat 01 July 2017 in Flask • Tagged with Flask, python, beginner, learning, ports, apps • 2 min read

A quick post on Flask App port mapping


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