Twitter Digest 2017 Week 48

PyBites, Sun 03 December 2017, Digest

AI, AWS, Binder, Data Science, dictionaries, Django, Docker, Jupyter, news, NLTK, Pipenv, podcast, python, regex, robot, strings, tips, training, twitter

Biggest news of the week! (Clearly!) We were hosted on the Talk Python Podcast!!! We had a BLAST. We hope you enjoyed it!

It's time to challenge yourself with #100daysofcode in Python. Listen to @pybites's @bbelderbos and… https://t.co/4Hhx13cgga

— Talk Python Podcast (@TalkPython) November 29, 2017

Restore normal dict behavior of a defaultdict by setting >>> d.default_factory = None #python https://t.co/BkYktbjgGl

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) November 28, 2017

[#BLOG] Do you wanna know 5 of the best ways to #debug in #Django? Keep reading because @PyPiglesias bring you awes… https://t.co/UMrNATMd1W

— BeDjango (@bedjango) November 30, 2017

How I built a robot that can beat the Mario Odyssey Jump-Rope Challenge for you, by @antin https://t.co/kAs9GQa17K

— freeCodeCamp (@freeCodeCamp) December 02, 2017

RT @openmjnd: Here is a list of 50 unique #ArtificalIntelligence technologies, brought to you by @hackernoon: https://t.co/oaAN0bFyNH https…

— Hacker Noon (@hackernoon) December 02, 2017

Need something to do this weekend? Why not try one of our FREE training labs? It'll help improve your #Docker skill… https://t.co/AEyD5YkJPK

— Docker (@Docker) December 02, 2017

* means zero or more occurrences. Ex: /ab*c/ matches 'ac', 'abc', 'abbc', etc.

— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) November 29, 2017

Binder 2.0, a Tech Guide, from @mybinderteam https://t.co/b1U8PnREBH

— Project Jupyter (@ProjectJupyter) November 30, 2017

Merry Christmas: Data science advent calendar. :) https://t.co/rOwLtULesB by @filmfranz

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) December 02, 2017

How to split a list-of-strings into sublists-of-strings by a specific string element [Score:20] https://t.co/lbMQ6vOYVN

— Python StackOverflow (@PythonStack) December 03, 2017

AWS Security Primer https://t.co/yphyMCMEl1 https://t.co/gEoTQ1BOU5

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) November 27, 2017

python-snippets - :100: The most useful python snippets https://t.co/VIrA0CF9F6

— Python Trending (@pythontrending) December 02, 2017

Using NLTK to visualize my favorit... https://t.co/xWthKefnHz #course #python

— import python 🐍 (@importpython) December 02, 2017

RT @github: This December, join @24PullRequests and contribute your bug fixes, documentation, and more to the open source projects you use…

— BetterCodeHub (@BetterCodeHub) November 30, 2017

RT @kennethreitz: Pipenv is now *officially* the recommended tool on https://t.co/2Sz5dS2ZV5 for managing application dependencies!!! ✨🍰✨ h…

— matt harrison (@__mharrison__) November 30, 2017

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