Congrats to our mate Andy Knight for his awesome talk at PyOhio!

EGAD! How do we start writing (better) tests? Thanks to everyone who attended! #PyOhio https://t.co/mV2KTtt1dH

— Automation Panda (@AutomationPanda) July 28, 2018

Always awesome to see organisations encouraging kids to focus on STEM related learning!

.@Girlscouts announced that it's to introduce new badges centering STEM and other technology-related issues; “…badg… https://t.co/9ucUcS4aTg

— Kode With Klossy (@kodewithklossy) July 26, 2018

A complete guide to documenting Python code by Real Python

RT @realpython: 🐍📰 Documenting Python Code: A Complete Guide https://t.co/C1ZwOUUsqZ

— Rene Sanchez (@cod3ghoul) July 26, 2018

More Python Testing love!

RT @miguelgfierro: New post: A Beginner's Guide to Python Testing https://t.co/cdPeAOrdDn

— TestDriven.io (@testdrivenio) July 29, 2018

Ha!

Incorrect code comments. Useless code comments. Uncommented code. https://t.co/wa8UPNScLE

— Al Sweigart (@AlSweigart) July 27, 2018

Object tracking in video! More gold from Adrian Rosebrock

Today we're kicking off a brand new series on Object Tracking! 🚀 In this post you'll learn how to apply the simple… https://t.co/4AMfIA8OOE

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) July 23, 2018

This is such a thought provoking and deep thread I had to include it. Just read it!

RT @ferrisjabr: If you put chalk under a powerful microscope—white cliffs of Dover type chalk, not the modern blackboard variety—you will s…

— Enthought Inc. (@enthought) July 26, 2018

A great reminder that the shape matters!

RT @DataRemixed: Stats Quiz: The average NFL player is about 25 years old, just over 6'2" in height, weighs a little more than 244lbs and m…

— David Robinson (@drob) July 27, 2018

Definitely something I need to keep in mind more often

"Always implement things when you actually need them, never when you just foresee that you need them." - Ron Jeffries

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) July 29, 2018

Now THIS is a useful regex!

(?i) makes a regular expression case-insensitive. Example: (?i)abc is the same as [aA][bB][cC].

— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) July 27, 2018

Git Blame!!

RT @nnja: ⚡️ TIL about git-blame-someone-else ⚡️ It does exactly what you'd expect it to. Source at https://t.co/woaDagPHIf https://t.co/D…

— Martin Uribe (@clamytoe) July 26, 2018

Data Science and Linear Algebra Fundamentals with Python, SciPy, & NumPy https://t.co/xiTF5PiUeQ https://t.co/PyVKXld4Ih

— twilio (@twilio) July 28, 2018

Hands on with Python 3.7

A summary of what's new in Python 3.7 https://t.co/HsaLBmsZMY by @hackaday

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) July 24, 2018

Hunt down slow pytest tests

RT @cameronmaske: Slow tests making you sad? Here is how you easily hunt them down with pytest. Simply include `--duration=10` in your `…

— matt harrison (@__mharrison__) July 24, 2018

pathlib.Path has methods for reading and writing files: from pathlib import Path fname = Path('sometxt.txt') fname… https://t.co/sU3fbAYI8k

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) July 27, 2018

>>> from pybites import Bob, Julian

Keep Calm and Code in Python!

PyBites Python Tips

Do you want to get 250+ concise and applicable Python tips in an ebook that will cost you less than 10 bucks (future updates included), check it out here.

Get our Python Tips Book

"The discussions are succinct yet thorough enough to give you a solid grasp of the particular problem. I just wish I would have had this book when I started learning Python." - Daniel H

"Bob and Julian are the masters at aggregating these small snippets of code that can really make certain aspects of coding easier." - Jesse B

"This is now my favourite first Python go-to reference." - Anthony L

"Do you ever go on one of those cooking websites for a recipe and have to scroll for what feels like an eternity to get to the ingredients and the 4 steps the recipe actually takes? This is the opposite of that." - Sergio S

Get the book