Twitter digest 2017 week 14

PyBites, Sun 09 April 2017, Digest

alexa, aws, cheatsheet, cron, data science, Django, ebook, git, heroku, machine learning, news, python, ruby, safari books, slack, tips, twitter

Started watching Modern #Python LiveLessons by @raymondh, just released on @safari, awesome, learning a lot! Thanks

— Pybites (@pybites) April 08, 2017

Cheat Sheet: Python Loops #python #programming

— pythonforbeginners (@pythonbeginners) April 07, 2017

PYTHON TIPS: How to Run Python and Ruby on Heroku with Multiple Buildpacks >> #Python #Ruby

— Python Programmers (@python_devv) April 05, 2017

RT @marcel_dmg: Useful guide about preparing "AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate" certification #AWS #Certification…

— Rob. PY (@py_coding) April 05, 2017

7 Best python libraries of 2017 - ( New & Innovative) via @dunebook

— Python Top News (@PythonTopNews) April 08, 2017

Django 1.11 released

— Django (@djangoproject) April 04, 2017

Make a dictionary of 2 lists >>> name = ('bob','tim') >>> age = (35,27) >>> d = dict(zip(name,age)) >>> d {'bob': 35, 'tim': 27} by @pybites

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) April 06, 2017

New PyBites Article: How to Build a Simple #Slack Bot - #python

— Pybites (@pybites) April 04, 2017

python-alexa: A Python framework for Alexa Development

— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) April 07, 2017

#Python for #Finance, Part I: Yahoo Finance...

— LearnDataSci (@LearnDataSci) April 05, 2017

Humble Bundle's New Book Collection Helps You Start... via @TheSloppyGaming

— Python Top News (@PythonTopNews) April 06, 2017

Apply a method to a list of objects in parallel using multi-processing [Score:8]

— Python StackOverflow (@PythonStack) April 08, 2017

This might come in handy some time: "Managing Cron Jobs Using Python"

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) April 08, 2017

Machine Learning: The New Proving Ground for Competitive Advantage - via @techreview

— PyData (@PyData) April 04, 2017

I must say this is one of my favorite git commit messages. ;) (suppressing the .idea folder)

— Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy) April 07, 2017

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