RT @HelloMelanieC: Uh-oh. Codes of conduct are the most basic way to say people matter to you. People. Not the language, or the tech, or pr…— Diane Chen (@PurpleDiane88) May 21, 2018
Uplink: A Declarative HTTP Client for Python (powered by Requests!) https://t.co/0h5xMaxCWJ— Kenneth Reitz (@kennethreitz) May 24, 2018
RT @ThePSF: Thank you to all the Pythonistas who supported our donation drive. We collected $22,000! This helps support 11 Python conferenc…— Naomi Ceder (@NaomiCeder) May 26, 2018
Just published a new blog post! 🚀How to build an OpenCV barcode and QR code scanner. Check it out here:… https://t.co/QzLwp0nnFv— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) May 21, 2018
RT @deeplytrivial: Have words in Taylor Swift's songs changed as she moved from country to pop? Find out, through text analysis and regress…— David Robinson (@drob) May 22, 2018
You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. It's logic-b… https://t.co/ZNHp7vnQxB— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) May 24, 2018
RT @palewire: I've brewed up a tutorial showing how to make different kinds of area charts with Python's new Altair library. Learn how ea…— Jake VanderPlas (@jakevdp) May 17, 2018
I have redesigned the site for the ebook/video edition of the Flask Mega-Tutorial. Let me know what you think! (and… https://t.co/50seKyN23H— Miguel Grinberg (@miguelgrinberg) May 25, 2018
A dot matches any single character. For example, /r.de/ matches 'ride', 'rode' etc.— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) May 21, 2018
Resolved: next year at PyCon, I will snap pictures of people I talk to so I won’t lose track of as many threads as… https://t.co/jhtrNZAefF— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) May 19, 2018
>>> from pybites import Bob, Julian Keep Calm and Code in Python!
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