Read about how Dropbox migrated to Python 3!

Submitted by @dgjustice

Read about the Dropbox Client Python 3 migration! https://t.co/dXIJvxn9lL

— Guido van Rossum (@gvanrossum) September 27, 2018

Tutorial on creating GUI apps in Python with PyQt5

Submitted by @clamytoe

PyQt5 tutorial: Create a Python GUI in 2018 by @m_herrmann https://t.co/wheQj80Isa #python #gui #pyqt https://t.co/Wehq5cKxCU

— Python Weekly (@PythonWeekly) October 01, 2018

Great write up from Trey on Lambda Expressions

Stop writing lambda expressions in Python - Trey Hunner https://t.co/caLKVuiG7F #lambda

— import python 🐍 (@importpython) October 04, 2018

A wonderful Test and Code interview on testing and Selenium with our mate Andy!

RT @brianokken: Web Testing, Selenium, and BDD with ⁦@AutomationPanda⁩ on Test & Code, episode 47 https://t.co/TjTHJ4v5D2

— Brian Okken (@brianokken) October 01, 2018

A Flask newsletter by Import Python!

Launched a flask newsletter. Once a month ... https://t.co/iLI4XSRHsL #flask #python

— import python 🐍 (@importpython) September 28, 2018

String Operations covered in typical Real Python fashion - have a read!

🐍📰 Splitting, Concatenating, and Joining Strings in Python Learn some of the most fundamental string operations: s… https://t.co/MVSUzIefki

— Real Python (@realpython) October 03, 2018

NumPy bug in Python 3.7 causing data science issues

Submitted by @clamytoe.

NumPy Bug on Python 3.7 https://t.co/NtYyuLngOU

— Pycoders Weekly (@pycoders) October 02, 2018

An introduction to using Black for code compliance

I've embraced the darkness when it comes to my Python code. This post looks at how you can use Black for yourself o… https://t.co/NSiWlWV7KH

— Matt Layman (@mblayman) October 04, 2018

How to write C like our very own Erik!

Submitted and written by @Erik.

One of our PyBites community members has written a great post on #C walking you through how to structure and write… https://t.co/qVW22X9ORS

— Pybites (@pybites) October 07, 2018

Cool! List of Python YouTube channels

Looking for some great Youtube Python channels? Here's a good list thanks to @realpython and @dbader_org https://t.co/p8H9sACoa6

— PythonTek (@pythontek1) October 05, 2018

Python Developer Survey 2018! Fill it out now!

The official 2018 Python Developers Survey is in full swing. Completing the full survey qualifies you for a Python… https://t.co/CcFeBcAw8s

— Python Software (@ThePSF) October 05, 2018

Data Analysis with NumPy and Pandas

My Tutorial Book on Anaconda, NumPy and Pandas Is Out: Hands-On Data Analysis with NumPy and Pandas https://t.co/etEioq62Co by @NTGuardian

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) October 02, 2018

Two of my favourite things! Flask and AWS!

Deploying a Flask app using AWS https://t.co/6FusNUZiN3 https://t.co/MUmgwBUq7n

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) October 05, 2018

Google Colaboratory! This is cool. Also, congrats Jake!

Next week I'll be joining @GoogleAI in Seattle full time, working on the @GoogleColab project. I think it's a tool… https://t.co/9uOSaiW2zF

— Jake VanderPlas (@jakevdp) September 28, 2018

Pretty printing dictionaries with json.dumps() - good tip!

Pretty-print dictionaries with json.dumps >>> import json >>> d = {'a':'hello', 'd':1, 'b':5} >>> print(json.dumps… https://t.co/OrLVtHuQqr

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) October 04, 2018

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