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RT @lisacrost: It's time for a new "What to consider" article! After pie charts, area charts, line charts and stacked column charts, I wrot…

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This article is a continuation of the previous one dedicated to the speeches of a core Python developer - Mr. Raymo… https://t.co/jCTcxeF9P7

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"Learning to code is the single best thing anyone can do to get the most out of the amazing future in front of us." - Marc Andreessen

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Thanks to everyone who attended my Flask live stream today. You can watch the recording now:… https://t.co/i5GhextrvK

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RT @pjasimoes: My Python script to run scattering animations is now available on github https://t.co/nJKBAApT75 Note: not a simulation code…

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— Michael Herman (@MikeHerman) March 23, 2018

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