Some of our amazing PyBites Pythonistas completed their #100DaysofCode in Python Challenge!
That champion Anthony Shaw is back at it on the latest Talk Python episode, talking security this time!
It's stories like these that make everything we do worthwhile. Great work Rob!
Thanks to the PSF for all that they do!
RT @ThePSF: Our sponsors support has enabled us to award $166,205 in grants to recipients in 34 different countries so far in 2018 & we’re…— Ewa Jodlowska (@ewa_jodlowska) July 03, 2018
One of my favorite little Python tidbits is that zip() is its own inverse... >>> data = [(1, 2, 3), ('a', 'b', 'c'… https://t.co/PUU1ncQgZZ— Jake VanderPlas (@jakevdp) July 03, 2018
Nice regex tip
You can include comments inside a regex with (?# ... ). For example, /the\s+(?# One or more spaces)end— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) July 04, 2018
Python 3.8 talk already!
Just published "7 features proposed so far in Python 3.8" including a human-readable explanation of the controversi… https://t.co/SKlXv3Lo65— Anthony Shaw (@anthonypjshaw) July 07, 2018
Calculate the distance between GPS points with Python
What an amazing app! Can't wait to give it a try
RT @cramforce: ✨NEW✨ After wanting to have this for years, I just built this little app that will read you Wikipedia articles about the pla…— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) July 06, 2018
Encoding in Python wonderfully explained
How Encoding Works in Python2 vs Python3? The best explanation of encode, decode and UTF-8 I have ever seen:… https://t.co/Pcf8sFquvm— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) July 06, 2018
6 useful Python packages
5 rarely mentioned but super useful packages you should know about. Also, one of mine https://t.co/1PtxfklyFg— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) July 05, 2018
Incredible effort! Super Mario themed stuff also instantly wins
I use textwrap.dedent on almost all of my user-facing multi-line strings. 🐍 If you're not using dedent already, I… https://t.co/YaV0w2lVtN— ✨ Trey Hunner 🐍 (@treyhunner) July 06, 2018
>>> from pybites import Bob, Julian Keep Calm and Code in Python!
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