Twitter digest 2017 week 12

PyBites, Sun 26 March 2017, Digest

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5-8 character words: >>> import re >>> s = 'Fox jumps over RegExp.' >>> re.findall(r'\b(\w{5,8})\b', s) ['jumps', 'RegExp'] #python

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) March 22, 2017

Best Practices for Compatible #Python 2 and 3 Code

— Pybites (@pybites) March 22, 2017

My new sounds: #18: Python 3 has some amazing types and you can now constructively insult your shell! on #SoundCloud

— Talk Python Podcast (@TalkPython) March 21, 2017

And PyCon 2017 is now sold out! We look forward to seeing you in Portland — and for those who can't make it, we'll record everything we can!

— PyCon (@pycon) March 22, 2017

pdir() vs dir() in Python. I think I'm in love. Thanks @brianokken for the heads up: Covere…

— Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy) March 20, 2017

An simple tutorial on how to effectively use the python debugger (pdb)

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) March 25, 2017

Do you like #python’s itertools but wish there was more? more-itertools has tons of interesting functions:

— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) March 25, 2017

PyCharm 2017.1 has been released

— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) March 24, 2017

from @pybites: Reverse a string with negative stride >>> s = 'hello world' >>> ''.join(reversed(s)) 'dlrow olleh' >>> s[::-1] 'dlrow olleh'

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) March 24, 2017

Cheat Sheet: File Handling in Python #python #developer

— pythonforbeginners (@pythonbeginners) March 24, 2017

Django 1.11 release candidate 1 released

— Django (@djangoproject) March 22, 2017

3 Areas Where Python Has Really Caught Fire | Python Development via @forgeaheadio

— Python Top News (@PythonTopNews) March 23, 2017

REST framework comparisons in 2017

— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) March 25, 2017

What Top Firms Ask: 100 Data Science Interview Questions

— LearnDataSci (@LearnDataSci) March 22, 2017

Very cool article example of building Python web apps with Flask! via @twilio

— Julian Sequeira (@_juliansequeira) March 26, 2017

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