Microservices with Docker, Flask, and React (part 2) - from localhost to Amazon EC2 https://t.co/pxWl68vCsC— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) June 12, 2017
Py is teaching people to code in "byte"-sized, gamified chunks. https://t.co/qH9ouu7weG— Code.org (@codeorg) June 17, 2017
Instagram Makes a Smooth Move to Python3 https://t.co/a5BEEUA8DC "Performance speed is no longer the primary worry. Time to market speed is"— Pybites (@pybites) June 16, 2017
Tutorial for Faker, a library that generates placeholder data (names, addresses, ...) for use in unit tests: https://t.co/UAlaLvEYUp— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) June 17, 2017
And something different. Take a look at the reply thread involving myself, Bob and @anthonyshaw that was started on the below Tweet. It’s a good example of how issues are identified and solved using code! Amazing job Bob! (The article is awesome too of course!).
📰 How to write a great README for your GitHub project (tips + template you can use) https://t.co/hedbw7FWZn— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) June 14, 2017