PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 26, 2018

PyBites, Sun 05 August 2018, Digest

asyncio, AWS, Chalice, data science, Lambda, news, OpenCV, pybites, PyPI, Pyramid, Python 3.7, Raspberry Pi, security, SQLAlchemy, TensorFlow, Twilio, twitter, Windows

PyPI has a Twitter Account! Follow them!

Welcome to the home of https://t.co/Dp6LQFTOTZ on twitter! You can follow here for announcements about the package… https://t.co/RJmWNKHQey

— Python Package Index (@pypi) August 03, 2018

Congrats to our mate Cristian Medina! Very proud!

Yay! I'm now officially a Contributing Member of the #Python Software Foundation!

— Cristian Medina (@tryexceptpass) August 02, 2018

While we're at it, check out Cristian's awesome write up on asyncio in Python 3.7

As promised in my @pythonbytes guest episode, this is my summary of the #asyncio changes in the recent #python 3.7… https://t.co/WfNoqwEDUZ

— Cristian Medina (@tryexceptpass) August 01, 2018

Very cool use case of OpenCV

RT @ASpannbauer: Wrote some #Python & #OpenCV code to convert an image to an interactive animation while on the ✈️ to SFO. Had #pyimagecon…

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) August 05, 2018

New Talk Python course on Pyramid and SQLAlchemy!

RT @TalkPython: Using SQLAlchemy and Pyramid to build web applications with Python may be the very best way to work with a relational datab…

— Jason Wattier (@jmwatt3) August 02, 2018

Security vulnerability alerts for Python

RT @realpython: Security vulnerability alerts for Python https://t.co/36srAmzpzQ

— Rene Sanchez (@cod3ghoul) August 04, 2018

Now this one looks like fun! A serverless blog!

Creating a Serverless Blog with Chalice >> https://t.co/Qpz7phLMMo by @timbaney1989 #python #awslambda

— TestDriven.io (@testdrivenio) August 03, 2018

TensorFlow supports the Raspberry Pi!

It's been our goal since we launched to run on as many platforms as possible. We're happy to announce that it's now… https://t.co/NoIcOUj7jg

— TensorFlow (@TensorFlow) August 02, 2018

Chris Weaver, a PyImageSearch Gurus graduate, just released a really neat tool called "vidpipe", allowing you to vi… https://t.co/NUfpDg9Wuw

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) July 31, 2018

Python text mining at its best ha!

Terrific blog from @johnwmillr doing Python text mining on country music lyrics. What artists talk about trucks, wh… https://t.co/EV5I9OtaOk

— David Robinson (@drob) August 01, 2018

More OpenCV. I know some people who'd get a kick out of this!

Finger Detection and Tracking using OpenCV and Python https://t.co/Vm1eZLy6Vn by @iamarpandey

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) August 03, 2018

Get it right from the start

"Good specifications will always improve programmer productivity far better than any programming tool or technique." - Milt Bryce

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) August 03, 2018

Twilio studio is Generally Available! Nice!

We're so excited that Twilio Studio, our revolutionary visual development environment is Generally Available starti… https://t.co/4BwrUspA8g

— twilio (@twilio) August 03, 2018

Create a Windows Service in Python

How to create a Windows Service in Python https://t.co/iVVFWwWAkR by @thepythoncorner

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) August 02, 2018

I laughed out loud!

RT @fogus: There are three hard problems in computer science: 1) Converting from PDF, 2) Converting to PDF, and 3) OҘ҉҉҉ʹ…

— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) August 02, 2018

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