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I just published a short youtube video demonstrating how to fork a github repo and create a simple Pull Request: https://t.co/8ZlvRH0PfY

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bounter - Efficient Counter that uses a limited (bounded) amount of memory regardless of data size. https://t.co/6WlYdYftQd

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How to understand Django models the simple way >> https://t.co/0AyjRInfoL by @whyimsoalone #python #django

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10 tips on using Jupyter Notebook https://t.co/GGTPGupHaZ

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A dash is treated literally if it is the first or last character of a character class. Otherwise it will be treated as a range delimiter.

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