Twitter digest 2017 week 11

PyBites, Sun 19 March 2017, Digest

APIs, cheat sheet, Django, Flask, json, news, Pandas, pygame, pypi, raspberry pi, stdlib, tips, tutorials, twitter

DataCamp: #Pandas Cheat Sheet: Data Wrangling in #Python

— Pybites (@pybites) March 18, 2017

#Python Logging Tutorial - good reminder, setting up logging might save you hours of debugging later

— Pybites (@pybites) March 18, 2017

What's the pythonic way to use getters and setters? #python #getter-setter

— PythonQnA (@PythonQnA) March 18, 2017

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— Pybites (@pybites) March 17, 2017

Super easy to use facial recognition api for Python (or the command line)

— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) March 14, 2017

How does the #Django cross site request forgery protection (CSRF) work?

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) March 17, 2017

2017 is an off-year for @pydatacarolinas but you can view all of last year's talks on Youtube!…

— PyData (@PyData) March 17, 2017

flango - A Django template for using Flask for the frontend, Django for the backend.

— Python Hub (@PythonHub) March 17, 2017

#python tip: Set separators=(',', ':') to dump JSON more compactly. >>> json.dumps({'a':1, 'b':2}, separators=(',',':')) '{"a":1,"b":2}'

— Raymond Hettinger (@raymondh) March 17, 2017

Awesome intro to PyGame on @realpython:

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) March 19, 2017

A Simple Guide for Python Packaging –

— Pycoders Weekly (@pycoders) March 18, 2017

Brute force passwords with Python [Simple Tutorial]

— Python Hub (@PythonHub) March 18, 2017

Projects in Python: Get started with Python game development ☞

— Python Programmers (@python_devv) March 18, 2017

I made a Raspberry Pi powered Left 4 Dead 2 stat tracker that uses several neat Python libraries to by @hackaday

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) March 18, 2017

because we are python programmers 😂😂 #programming #python #programmer

— The Crazy Programmer (@thecrazyprogrmr) March 13, 2017

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