What happens when a student chooses to combine a science project with computer science? Rather than watching a vide… https://t.co/yXcYXqBDd8— Code.org (@codeorg) March 05, 2018
Spyder: Scientific Python IDE https://t.co/gZpZ8uQS8B— Scientific Python (@SciPyTip) March 07, 2018
Have you always wanted to learn Python and how it can be used? You can contribute to hundreds of open source projec… https://t.co/nXib8DyWB0— Python Software (@ThePSF) March 08, 2018
The highlight of the new mypy 0.570 release is definitely attrs support! https://t.co/wgBVKs2ain— Guido van Rossum (@gvanrossum) March 07, 2018
Tutorial on how to put text on an image using Python https://t.co/ZUPBWOwVpX— RealPython.com (@RealPython) March 09, 2018
I just wrote another article! 📝 It's on multiple assignment (aka tuple unpacking) and how you should be using it mo… https://t.co/gPo2ZtgMTw— ✨ Trey Hunner 🐍 (@treyhunner) March 08, 2018
Here’s how I configure my machines, with Homebrew, mostly (including a full package list of what I have installed): https://t.co/ExVVTh0C2A— Kenneth Reitz 🐍 (@kennethreitz) March 07, 2018
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