A sad day indeed! Thanks for everything Guido!

Thanks for all the support (email and Twitter). I'm overwhelmed by the responses and won't be replying to most emai… https://t.co/zUK6Ss746a

— Guido van Rossum (@gvanrossum) July 12, 2018

.@gvanrossum is stepping down as BDFL for #Python. Thank you for all the work you've done for the community Guido… https://t.co/LE9JinNSSI

— ✨ Trey Hunner 🐍 (@treyhunner) July 12, 2018

#ThanksGuido for creating the Python language, starting the kindest / most awesome developer community, and the pos… https://t.co/1jcMTVPA3Q

— Pybites (@pybites) July 14, 2018

Slicing tip

#python tip: Take care when using slicing to extract the last k elements of a sequence. The k==0 corner case migh… https://t.co/kROASingys

— Raymond Hettinger (@raymondh) July 12, 2018

Quality Real Python article on setting up Sublime Text 3

RT @realpython: 🐍 Setting Up Sublime Text 3 for Full Stack Python Development https://t.co/kI5fhtcPTi

— TestDriven.io (@testdrivenio) July 14, 2018

MatLab to Python migration guide

RT @minrk: This might be my most exciting discovery @SciPyConf: MatLab to Python migration guide from @enthought. Also available as a PDF:…

— Rodolfo Ferro (@FerroRodolfo) July 13, 2018

Interview with the creator of the face_recognition library

In today's post, I interview @ageitgey, the creator of the super popular 'face_recognition' #Python package and dis… https://t.co/SCyQDgceAJ

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) July 11, 2018

Building a basic StarCraft II neural network

Building a basic StarCraft II neural network: https://t.co/6LAqOjW3Ho #MachineLearning

— Harrison Kinsley🐍 (@Sentdex) July 13, 2018

Now this is a scary thought...

RT @CodeWisdom: "One of my most productive days was throwing away 1000 lines of code." - Ken Thompson

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) July 12, 2018

Always something to learn! Cool data viz.

A user just submitted an example visualization to Altair that I had no idea was even possible… https://t.co/ddvXSrzofx

— Jake VanderPlas (@jakevdp) July 13, 2018

Asynchronous Python for the Complete Beginner. More awesome from Miguel!

RT @jtpio: Asynchronous Python for the Complete Beginner, by @miguelgrinberg : https://t.co/WZLLT9Fntu. A good overview to know where async…

— Miguel Grinberg (@miguelgrinberg) July 11, 2018

Regex Love

Don't confuse \1 with $1. \1 is used inside a regex; $1 (in Perl) is used outside the regex after a match.

— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) July 11, 2018

statcode - like man pages but for HTTP status codes. What a great idea!

I made statcode. It's like 'man' pages, but for HTTP status codes https://t.co/XqEK2o4MD9

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) July 11, 2018

Some good info on del

RT @python_tip: • del does not delete the object • del just decrease the reference counter • __del__ is an object destroyer, avoid using it…

— matt harrison (@__mharrison__) July 12, 2018

Ending on a high: Our first Sydney PyBites meet up!

Ad-hoc @pybites Sydney meetup! Awesome catching up with these champions! @thelynchpinau @anthonypjshaw @vipinreyo… https://t.co/EuAHZK3w5M

— Julian Sequeira (@_juliansequeira) July 14, 2018

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