PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 18, 2018

PyBites, Sun 03 June 2018, Digest

coding, data science, data visualisation, Django, GitHub, itertools, Mapbox, news, OpenCV, Pandas, pybites, pycon, Python 3.7, python tip, regex, twitter

We love the idea of teaching kids code! This makes our day!

Sat down wth my 2 daughters to code the @adafruit Gemma from #pycon2018 to go red when it’s warm and lilac when it’…

— Anthony Shaw (@anthonypjshaw) June 03, 2018

Very cool if you use Python for video editing:

RT @ASpannbauer: I'm still excited & tweeting about the release of the vidstab library to pypi (now with a logo!) If you want to stabilize…

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) May 29, 2018

Something to consistently strive toward:

RT @CodeWisdom: "It turns out that style matters in programming for the same reason that it matters in writing. It makes for better reading…

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) May 31, 2018

Useful Regex Tip:

Character classes are characters listed inside square brackets. For example, [aeiou] is a character class that matches any vowel.

— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) May 30, 2018

Cool little script to record gratitudes. What a great little project!

I made a little Python project to track and remember gratitudes. Open to anyone playing, contributing, using for th…

— Melanie Crutchfield (@HelloMelanieC) May 29, 2018

Python bug tracking and GitHub issues:

"Why not use GitHub issues?", I said. To Python core developers. At Python Language Summit 2018. 😳 😱

— Mariatta 🤦 (@mariatta) June 02, 2018

We love data viz!

‘Russian Fake Tweets Visualized

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) June 02, 2018

Mmm Pandas:

RT @twiecki: #Pandas tip: Make jaws drop with

— matt harrison (@__mharrison__) May 29, 2018

Speed up your Python:

6+1 #pythontips to Speed-up Your Calculations (by @jakevdp #PyCon2018): • Line profiling • NumPy vectorization • Sp…

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) May 31, 2018

An in depth and awesome deep dive into itertools:

RT @realpython: 🐍📰 Master Python's "itertools" module by constructing practical examples in our latest in-depth tutorial:…

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) May 30, 2018

Don't forget to fill out the survey if you haven't already done so!

Hello #pycon2018 Pythonistas! Don't forget to fill out our attendee survey. We read EVERY response and strive to im…

— PyCon (@pycon) May 23, 2018

Nice tutorial on adding Maps to a Django Web App:

New Full Stack Python tutorial is up! How to Add Maps to Django Web App Projects with @Mapbox…

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) May 29, 2018

Nice little read on applying for data science jobs:

RT @robinson_es: New blog post 🎉! A collection of advice and resources for folks applying to data science jobs, starting from preparing you…

— David Robinson (@drob) May 29, 2018

Great talk from PyCon!

RT @treyhunner: Newer to programming and finding lots of resources that are either too beginner or too advanced for you? Watch @mssjpackma…

— Jason Wattier (@jmwatt3) May 29, 2018

The first course of its kind! New features of Python 3.7:

🎉 My new @Pluralsight course “What’s new in Python 3.7” is live! Learn about data classes, type annotations and all…

— Anthony Shaw (@anthonypjshaw) June 02, 2018

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