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RT @dbader_org: Let’s hack the world’s most popular Wordpress CAPTCHA Plug-in with machine learning in Python https://t.co/840zSRpew0 by @a…

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"The only way to learn a new programming language is by writing programs in it." - Dennis Ritchie

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Github pro tip: use "python-traceback" mode to syntax-highlight Python tracebacks. No more ugly red lines! https://t.co/juOxc3MrYu

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A Pelican Tutorial: Static, Python-Powered Blog with Search & Comments https://t.co/PpM9t41Esj by @snipcart

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RT @ericmjl: I just released pyjanitor, a light wrapper around pandas to provide easy data cleaning. Highly inspired by the Janitor #rstats…

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You may know that >>> import this prints the Zen of Python. But have you ever looked into its… https://t.co/6p74XcByOv

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Looking back at 10 years of compartmentalization at AWS https://t.co/dAf1kfFOJG https://t.co/PGMGdVmshH

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A great list of Flask resources https://t.co/inuByn9IhK by @fullstackpython

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patsy is a Python library for describing statistical models, largely compatible with R formulas. https://t.co/peHlVI1SM0

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RT @Sheril_: I'm so excited to finally share the trailer for Serving Up Science! I'll be hosting a new series all about #food, where it com…

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