Part 11 of the Flask Mega-Tutorial is up on my blog. On this one you'll learn how to work with a CSS framework to m…

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“The best thing about a boolean is even if you are wrong, you are only off by a bit.” - Anonymous

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.* will match as much as it can, but then backtrack if the next atom can also be matched. Backtracking on some engines is slow.

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New blog post: The New Way To Generate Secure Tokens in Python

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RT @AllenDowney: Report: 80’s kids started programming at an earlier age than today’s millennials

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The one-stop guide to (easy) cross-platform Python freezing

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Stuck using Python 2 but looking forward to finally using Python 3? 🙁🙂 Want to know how range in Python 3 has impro…

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RT @pybokeh: Found this little gem of a Python/MATPLOTLIB package which tries to make labels not overlap plot elements…

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#Jupyter notebook autocomplete and docs: Tab = autocomplete Shift-tab = arguments of the function/method 2 x shift…

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Python notification library for Windows

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With the new #twitter search API I can convert any hashtag on any given day to an Excel file in 60 lines of #Python

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Python to Google Sheets

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Here are my slides from my new talk from @PyTennessee: “The Future of Python Dependency Management”

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Why should I care about Kubernetes, Docker, and Container Orchestration?

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) February 17, 2018

gnomecast - A native Linux / Gnome / GTK Chromecast GUI that supports transcoding and subtitles.

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