PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 17, 2018

PyBites, Sun 27 May 2018, Digest

Altair, data science, data visualisation, HTTP, news, OpenCV, PSF, pybites, pycon, Python 3.7, Raspberry Pi, Reddit, regex, TensorFlow, twitter, Uplink, videos

The Panda’s Dozen: Top PyCon 2018 Talks

— Automation Panda (@AutomationPanda) May 22, 2018

RT @ThePSF: Did you miss #pycon2018? Not to worry - videos are posted here:

— Jason Wattier (@jmwatt3) May 25, 2018

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

RT @Israelem: The Ultimate Guide to Data Classes in Python 3.7 vía @realpython

— (@testdrivenio) May 27, 2018

Uplink: A Declarative HTTP Client for Python (powered by Requests!)

— 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

TensorFlow at Google I/O 2018! Here's a recap of Tensorflow’s presence at #io18, including 7 Sessions and our AI…

— TensorFlow (@TensorFlow) May 25, 2018

Just published a new blog post! 🚀How to build an OpenCV barcode and QR code scanner. Check it out here:…

— 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

now I ❤️ @risingstarcle even more! This brought tears to my eyes. #PyCon2018

— Ewa Jodlowska (@ewa_jodlowska) May 17, 2018

You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. It's logic-b…

— 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…

— Miguel Grinberg (@miguelgrinberg) May 25, 2018

A dot matches any single character. For example, / 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…

— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) May 19, 2018

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