Twitter digest 2017 week 29

PyBites, Sun 23 July 2017, Digest

anyprint, Asyncio, code, Django, Flask, IoT, Jupyter, Machine Learning, NASA, news, Pandas, python, Quart, regex, tips, tools, twitter

Parentheses and | denote options. Example: /(red|green|blue) truck/ matches 'red truck' or 'green truck' or 'blue truck'.

β€” Regular Expression (@RegexTip) July 19, 2017

It's our birthday! Django Girls is 3 today πŸŽ‰πŸ€£πŸ¦„πŸ°πŸŒˆπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ© Celebrate with us and post a pic of yourself with the… https://t.co/nTJQzhiojy

β€” Django Girls (@djangogirls) July 21, 2017

RT @LegoNASAWomen: On July 20, 1969 #Apollo11 landed men on the moon. Here's to Margaret Hamilton, the programmer who led the coding team t…

β€” Luciano Ramalho β˜‚ (@ramalhoorg) July 22, 2017

We love Python πŸ’› https://t.co/1qz8kdrwwm

β€” KΓ‘tia Nakamura (@KatiaNakamura) July 21, 2017

#100DaysOfCode try this game out! It's so well made! :) I love the sounds and the look! https://t.co/jVlrXm87vN

β€” Alexander Kallaway (@ka11away) July 22, 2017

Machine and Deep Learning in Python: What You Need to Know https://t.co/hjpy0W4hrD

β€” Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) July 20, 2017

OK, this is β€œgenius” :) other languages’ print syntax in Python: anyprint https://t.co/1STk577E4y

β€” Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) July 19, 2017

Useful: #Django Best Practice: Settings file for multiple environments by @ayarshabeer https://t.co/Fi3xlDSZlW

β€” Pybites (@pybites) July 21, 2017

πŸ“£ I wrote a new blog post... it's been a while πŸ˜… Use line breaks to help readers experience code as you intended πŸ’‘ https://t.co/IMBKBT4ndf

β€” ✨ Trey Hunner 🐍 (@treyhunner) July 21, 2017

RT @PyGuyCharles: #Python News: New Asynchronous version of #Flask called Quart is up to twice as fast. Uses Python3's Asyncio. https://t.…

β€” matt harrison (@__mharrison__) July 23, 2017

a = "roses" b = "red" '{a} are {b}'.format(%%locals()) #python3.6 f'{a} are {b}' 'roses are red' For more, see https://t.co/sLvaHdXTQL

β€” Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) July 18, 2017

The rise of Python for Embedded Systems https://t.co/V7IGEBzk5y

β€” /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) July 20, 2017

Parsing in Python: all the tools and libraries you can use https://t.co/4g1NtlGA62 by @ftomasse

β€” Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) July 19, 2017

First Python Notebook - Learn Pandas https://t.co/Uu8jqHNIOa #python #course #pandas #jupyter

β€” import python 🐍 (@importpython) July 22, 2017


I’m a HUGE Marvel fan so seeing @mariatta in the credits is so exciting. Reading the comments on this tweet led to the finding of this article from Nov 2016 on Python in Feature Films. An interesting read!

πŸ˜… From #SpiderManHomecoming #LameClaimToFame https://t.co/B8qq8QYB5H

β€” Mariatta 🀦 (@mariatta) July 21, 2017

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