This first tweet could be helpful with Code Challenge 42!
And a shameless (totally proud!) plug for our new Python Flask course!
"Keep your code absolutely simple. Keep looking at your functions and figure out how you simplify further." - John Romero— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) November 03, 2017
Going Fast with SQLite and Python https://t.co/PwstxTpIat— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) November 03, 2017
Regex cheat sheet https://t.co/ebQTTGRN1B— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) November 02, 2017
RT @ossia: Michigan State's architects planted grass - then waited to see where students wore down paths - before paving sidewalks. Design…— Alexander Kallaway⚡️ (@ka11away) November 03, 2017
:set scrolloff=5 # Setup vim so that scrolling within a file will provide 5 lines of preceding context before the cursor.— Command Line Magic (@climagic) November 01, 2017
PyPy: How to make your code 80 times faster https://t.co/DASRtVYb08— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) October 30, 2017
Dramatically improve your skills with this simplified but more thorough guide on object-oriented programming in P... https://t.co/h2jAD8IoUL— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) November 02, 2017
This next one just because I love Stranger Things!
RT @ericbearden_: Stranger Things Stranger Things 2 Strangers and Things 2 Strange 4 Things 5 Things The Strange and the Things: Tokyo…— Milton Lenis 🐍 (@MiltonLn) November 04, 2017
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