Twitter digest 2017 week 08

PyBites, Sat 25 February 2017, Digest

books, data, Guido, namedtuples, news, podcasts, stdlib, tips, twitter

RT @python_tip: "New in #python3.6 - formatted string literals: >>> name = Fred >>> f'His name is {name}' His name is Fred More: https://t…

— Pybites (@pybites) February 24, 2017

RT @python_tip: Use _ in #python console to retrieve the result of the last statement >>> 3 + 4 7 >>> _ * 3 21 For other uses, see: https:/…

— Pybites (@pybites) February 24, 2017

RT @PythonLibHunt: Awesome #Python Weekly #41 is out https://t.co/QeDNiVLRzI Featuring @djangoproject @djangostars @anthonypjshaw

— Pybites (@pybites) February 24, 2017

@pythonbytes thanks a lot guys for mentioning our python resources article and PyBites blog, really appreciated

— Pybites (@pybites) February 23, 2017

RT @TalkPython: Special @talkpython: #100: Python past, present, and future with @gvanrossum https://t.co/pAfyMrLnOM Thank you everyone for…

— Pybites (@pybites) February 23, 2017

RT @mkennedy: Just blogged: New Talk Python course: Consuming HTTP services in Python https://t.co/Y4DKuFWqZJ https://t.co/VvvjtcMdEe

— Pybites (@pybites) February 23, 2017

RT @dbader_org: 📺🐍 Python Tricks #6: Understanding @classmethod, @staticmethod, and Regular Methods https://t.co/dzAdfzofZC

— Pybites (@pybites) February 22, 2017

@dbader_org great article, nice related history lesson: https://t.co/82bJPsnphM

— Pybites (@pybites) February 21, 2017

RT @djdanzilio: OH: Python is so easy. You just write pseudocode and indent until it runs.

— Pybites (@pybites) February 21, 2017

RT @treyhunner: #python tip ☝️ Like namedtuple? You'll love NamedTuple! 😄 class Name(NamedTuple): first: str last: str https://t.co…

— Pybites (@pybites) February 21, 2017

RT @python_tip: sum can take a generator: sum(LETTER_SCORES.get(char.upper(), 0) for char in word) Tip by @pybites. Thanks! https://t.co/Cn…

— Pybites (@pybites) February 20, 2017

Code readability https://t.co/GiRyjevWly #python

— Pybites (@pybites) February 19, 2017

RT @TalkPython: Python 3, created via PEP 3000, is exactly 3,000 days old today. Take a moment to celebrate! Thanks for the heads up @cclau…

— Pybites (@pybites) February 19, 2017

Scientists make huge dataset of nearby stars available to public https://t.co/4Gg72kcTHV @Pybonacci @astrojuanlu

— Pybites (@pybites) February 19, 2017

RT @newsafaribooks: The Python 3 Standard Library by Example, Second Edition #AddisonWesleyProfessional https://t.co/FVvNBvfCSr #Python

— Pybites (@pybites) February 18, 2017

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