Twitter digest 2017 week 17

PyBites, Sun 30 April 2017, Digest

ascii, aws, booleans, deep learning, lambda, news, numpy, pandas, python, scripts, strings, terminal, tips, twitter, unix

colorful - Terminal string styling done right, in Python. #python

— Python Weekly (@PythonWeekly) April 26, 2017

Handling Missing Values in Pandas Dataframes –

— Pycoders Weekly (@pycoders) April 28, 2017

Another shoe drops for legacy Python. @PlayCheckiO just went Python 3 only.

— Talk Python Podcast (@TalkPython) April 25, 2017

Boolean logic: why is this true? #python #learnpython

— (@RealPython) April 28, 2017

📺🐍 See how list comprehensions work "behind the scenes"

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) April 30, 2017

I just wrote about my experiences and opinions of Python 3.6's f-strings:

— Daniel Roy Greenfeld (@pydanny) April 26, 2017

#python tip: Code laced with if-statements around or after every function call might not be taking full advantage of exceptions.

— Raymond Hettinger (@raymondh) April 25, 2017

Try Deep Learning in #Python now with a fully pre-configured VM

— Python Eggs (@PythonEggs) April 29, 2017

RT @nixcraft: Why Unix has short command names like rm, mv and so on. #linux #sysadmin #macos #freebsd #openbsd #netbsd…

— import python 🐍 (@importpython) April 24, 2017

DevOops - Python script to monitor services, dispatch SMS on fail, and attempt restart.

— Python Trending (@pythontrending) April 28, 2017

Develop your AWS Lambda functions using Python 3.6. Learn more:

— Amazon Web Services (@awscloud) April 30, 2017

BlockPy – Introductory Python Programming Blockly Environment

— Python (@PythonRR) April 27, 2017

A Quick Introduction to the Numpy Library

— import python 🐍 (@importpython) April 27, 2017

`is` operator tests if variables point to the same object: >>> a = [1, 2] >>> b = [1, 2] >>> c = a >>> a is b False >>> a is c True #python

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) April 26, 2017

If faxing ASCII portraits of yourself to your friends is your thing, @devinrader has you covered. #nodejs…

— twilio (@twilio) April 28, 2017

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