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Code Challenge 55 - #100DaysOfCode Curriculum Generator - Review

Posted by PyBites on Tue 23 October 2018 in Challenges • Tagged with code challenge, challenges, 100DaysOfCode, json, books, learning, data science • 2 min read

In this article we review last week's #100DaysOfCode Curriculum Generator code challenge.


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Code Challenge 55 - #100DaysOfCode Curriculum Generator

Posted by PyBites on Tue 16 October 2018 in Challenge • Tagged with code challenge, challenges, 100DaysOfCode, json, books, learning, data science • 3 min read

Hi Pythonistas, Welcome to Pybites Code Challenge 55! In this challenge we're asking that you create your own #100DaysOfCode Curriculum Generator.


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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 32, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 14 October 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, Responder, podcast, strings, Hacktoberfest, conda, TensorFlow, DevOps, learning, Pandas, Mocking, functions, functools, ZimWiki, data science • 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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Persistent Virtualenv Environment Variables with python-dotenv

Posted by Julian on Sat 06 October 2018 in packages • Tagged with Python, tips, virtualenv, virtual-environment, packages, env, learning, howto • 3 min read

In this article I'm going to show you how to declare persistent environment variables in Python Virtual Environments with python-dotenv.


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You don't need to be a Pro @ Python to crack the code of Pycon

Posted by Jason Wattier on Thu 04 October 2018 in PyCon • Tagged with pycon, story, learning • 8 min read

I wanted to write this article to distill any preconceived notion that you have to be an "expert" or "non-newbie" in order to get a lot of value from going to PyCon, the largest of the annual Python conferences. Along the way I want to use my personal experience to highlight some tips for success.


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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 28, 2018

Posted by PyBites on Sun 02 September 2018 in Digest • Tagged with twitter, news, pybites, Git, Traffic, security, cloud, Sphinx, Rinohtype, tips, PSF, Asyncio, learning, tutorial, network, Cisco, deep learning, machine learning, keras, scientific python, WebAssembly, JavaScript, pyodide • 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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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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Enough pytest to be Dangerous, 10 Things I Learned Writing Tests for 100 Python (Bites of Py) Exercises

Posted by Bob on Thu 07 June 2018 in Testing • Tagged with pytest, learning, mock, parametrize, capfd, fixtures • 8 min read

We hit 100 Bite exercises on our Code Platform and that means we have written tests for 100 exercises. In this article I share 10 things I learned about writing test code and pytest.


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PyCon 2018 - My First PyCon

Posted by Julian on Sat 19 May 2018 in PyCon • Tagged with conference, pycon, learning, community, networking • 6 min read

Going into my first PyCon was pretty daunting. Luckily, the Python community is absolutely incredible so my fears quickly faded. Surprisingly, there was a lot to gain that wasn't actually technical or code related. Read on for a recap of the experience.


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