Twitter digest 2017 week 02

PyBites, Sat 14 January 2017, Digest

3.6, APIs, challenges, conda, data science, news, podcasts, python, twitter

RT @jakevdp: After a week using f-strings in Python 3.6, it's hard to remember life without them. The old way just seems...clunky https://t…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 13, 2017

RT @KentBeck: I'll repeat, the courage of creation is making bad beginnings https://t.co/qip20A2kid

— Pybites (@pybites) January 13, 2017

RT @mkennedy: Cool presentation: 10 awesome features of Python that you can't use because you refuse to upgrade to Python 3 https://t.co/3z…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 12, 2017

#8 Python gets Grumpy, avoiding burnout, Postman for API testing and more https://t.co/rSLt7q7g8S #python

— Pybites (@pybites) January 11, 2017

#94 Guarenteed packages via Conda and Conda-Forge https://t.co/6pKEQ9t89J #python

— Pybites (@pybites) January 11, 2017

https://t.co/s5rEdcKZin talk about #data and #nlp, so cool we can watch all #pycon videos online, such a great way to learn

— Pybites (@pybites) January 11, 2017

I love the key on max, min, sorted, so powerful and concise. Also using it in this week's coding challenge :) https://t.co/vpL1R3bSIW

— Pybites (@pybites) January 11, 2017

RT @getpy: Generators https://t.co/vF2lHX3D6Q by the author of the fluent python. #generators

— Pybites (@pybites) January 10, 2017

RT @_ericelliott: The best code is no code. Where there is no code, there are no bugs. No API to learn. No awkward UI. The best refactors a…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 10, 2017

RT @TrendingGithub: pybites / challenges: Repo for our weekly challenges on pybit.es ★28 https://t.co/U1pFa7kucO #Python

— Pybites (@pybites) January 10, 2017

Iterators https://t.co/n3MXkT0Gr3 #python

— Pybites (@pybites) January 10, 2017

refactor ugly switch statement in #python https://t.co/2Plq0XHVAu

— Pybites (@pybites) January 10, 2017

RT @PythonEggs: #Python Events in 2017, Need your help! https://t.co/R70NVAZcBU #django https://t.co/IjNPLwkmOh

— Pybites (@pybites) January 09, 2017

RT @fullstackpython: Working with APIs the Pythonic Way https://t.co/TQyVxcO5yw

— Pybites (@pybites) January 09, 2017

RT @gcosma1: The entire Python Data Science Handbook by @jakevdp is openly published as Jupyter notebook https://t.co/w7RKk5IaC8 https://t.…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 07, 2017

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