Twitter digest 2017 week 04

PyBites, Sat 28 January 2017, Digest

algorithms, asyncio, jupyter, news, oop, pelican, pipenv, podcasts, python, twitter, vim

“Understanding the underscore( _ ) of Python” by @mingrammer https://t.co/zgiSGBPd3s

— Pybites (@pybites) January 28, 2017

why you should (tech) blog: a. meet and learn from other developers, b. share knowledge with the wider community, c. refer back to own notes

— Pybites (@pybites) January 27, 2017

RT @importpython: Python Asynchronous I/O Walkthrough https://t.co/6tIfGuli4t #asyncio #video #python #book

— Pybites (@pybites) January 27, 2017

RT @onyxfish: pipenv is just lovely. It's going to make teaching best practices to new Python coders so much easier. https://t.co/wHtWgyuv5…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 27, 2017

RT @tiferet: I love #python. I just think something at it and it turns out to be legit code.

— Pybites (@pybites) January 27, 2017

RT @RedditPython: For anyone learning Python for data science, this an amazing resource--excellent book as free Jupyter notebooks https://t…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 27, 2017

RT @newsycombinator: Linus Torvalds describes a good commit message https://t.co/YkPhMnAumb

— Pybites (@pybites) January 26, 2017

#96 Exploring Awesome Python https://t.co/iYz6nWnHRp #python

— Pybites (@pybites) January 26, 2017

RT @mkennedy: Python Bytes Podcast - Episode 10: Python Headlines delivered directly to your earbuds https://t.co/YtMghHsVTG via @brianokke…

— Pybites (@pybites) January 26, 2017

RT @RealPython: The 4 Major Ways to Do String Formatting in Python (discussion) >> https://t.co/hDrUHKPcTt #python #learnpython

— Pybites (@pybites) January 25, 2017

Awesome: pelican-ipynb - Pelican plugin for blogging with #jupyter / IPython Notebooks

— Pybites (@pybites) January 25, 2017

great course: Python Beyond The Basics - Object Oriented Programming https://t.co/Fhapwpz7pZ

— Pybites (@pybites) January 23, 2017

RT @RealPython: VIM and Python - a match made in heaven >> https://t.co/2wfQobNhwx #python #vim

— Pybites (@pybites) January 23, 2017

RT @analyticbridge: 12 Algorithms Every Data Scientist Should Know? https://t.co/uwcDZygLqS https://t.co/LKDORi9LGt

— Pybites (@pybites) January 23, 2017

true, this book is awesome for developers wanting to advance in their career, recommended it to a co-worker today :… https://t.co/9tW8m3oEYU

— Pybites (@pybites) January 23, 2017

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