I put together a list of tools that I thought would have been useful when I first started to code (not that it was… https://t.co/O9Zhlqkt6R— Mario Hoyos (@marioahoyos) February 16, 2018
You can name your slices: >>> record = "01234567890123456789I want this0123456789" >>> IWANT = slice(20,31) >>> r… https://t.co/i4HWi2r0Zc— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) February 22, 2018
Just published part 12 of the redesigned Flask Mega-Tutorial on my blog. This time you are going to learn about wor… https://t.co/ZOPiejd5lC— Miguel Grinberg (@miguelgrinberg) February 20, 2018
RT @mofongotron: As someone in this exact situation who is a bit unclear on what comes next, this piece on transitioning from academia into…— Jonathan Nolis (@skyetetra) February 23, 2018
Prototyping Interactive Dashboards with Jupyter Notebooks (PyVideo) by Camilo Cardona at PyData Barcelona 2017. Cov… https://t.co/RrpW2Ok1oD— Python Software (@ThePSF) February 22, 2018
"Theory is when you know something, but it doesn’t work. Practice is when something works, but you don’t know why.… https://t.co/KFgC8E2tLD— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) February 23, 2018
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