PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 32, 2018

PyBites, Sun 14 October 2018, Digest

conda, data science, DevOps, functions, functools, Hacktoberfest, learning, Mocking, news, Pandas, podcast, pybites, Responder, strings, TensorFlow, twitter, ZimWiki

Kenneth Reitz's latest project, a new Python Web Framework - "Responder"!

I'm very happy to announce the release of my heavy first iteration of my new web framework, "Responder":… https://t.co/BU9auBTdd7

— Kenneth ☤ Reitz (@kennethreitz) October 12, 2018

30 Amazing Python Projects of 2018 covered on the latest Talk Python Episode

Just published @talkpython episode 181 -- Thirty amazing Python projects of 2018 with @brianokken. Have a listen at https://t.co/Ot2CO3q5FY

— Talk Python Podcast (@TalkPython) October 12, 2018

Visually trace the execution of your Python programs with LivePython

Submitted by @code-monk08

Cool! Visually trace the execution of your #Python programs with #LivePython - https://t.co/2jWj5Gp5qS

— Pybites (@pybites) October 14, 2018

Our very own Rob details his project for moving from Evernote to ZimWiki

New project: From Evernote to ZimWiki by way of Python: https://t.co/1HW3X5EiAe #python @pybites @jmwatt3

— Rob Fowler (@BlueGator4) October 12, 2018

Great reminder on .format()

Submitted by @dgjustice

Reminder: don’t use #python’s .format() on untrusted format strings: https://t.co/nDtzwHdmbf

— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) October 11, 2018

Python everywhere! Very cool

This year’s Nobel Prize in economics was awarded to a Python convert. May be a good story to tell about python in n… https://t.co/JpXpWMDRth

— skpl (@snlkapil) October 09, 2018

Reminder: our challenges count toward Hacktoberfest!

❌ Halloween 🎃 ✅ #Hacktoberfest2018 👨🏽‍💻 With #Thanksgiving2018 here in Canada, I'm thankful for open source and ho… https://t.co/KUrfnlwZ8F

— Sean (@SeanPrashad) October 08, 2018

Install Tensorflow using Conda

Submitted by @clamytoe

Here are two pretty big reasons why you should install #Tensorflow using #conda instead of pip >>… https://t.co/Utzo88nLzV

— TensorFlow Beat (@TensorBeat) October 10, 2018

2018 DevOps RoadMap. Bookmark this one!

Submitted by @Erik

The 2018 DevOps RoadMap by @javinpaul at @hackernoon. An illustrated guide to becoming a DevOps Engineer with links… https://t.co/7u35PKgFoC

— ITNEXT (@ITNEXT_io) October 10, 2018

The Python Mock Cookbook

Submitted by @clamytoe

[Python Tip] "You always need to mock the thing where it’s imported TO, not where it’s imported FROM." from "Python… https://t.co/OGzkgOarwn

— Paolo Melchiorre (@pauloxnet) October 10, 2018

Link tests with the function it's testing with coverage.py!

Submitted by @dgjustice

Link tests with the function it tests... "Who tests what is here: https://t.co/rZeq8PJG5X 5.0a3" Who Tests What ann… https://t.co/v2DPNG4Wpt

— Python People (@pythonpeople) October 08, 2018

Exercises for Pandas!

Submitted by @clamytoe

Pandas by Solutions and Examples https://t.co/TZp7bkzKgx

— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) October 08, 2018

Write Better Functions with Jeff Knupp

Write Better #Python Functions: https://t.co/YaQIwbxNqa. New blog post that outlines the characteristics of "good" functions in #Python

— Jeff Knupp (@jeffknupp) October 11, 2018

functools reduce in action

#pythontip from @singhjayp: reduce(f, seq, initializer) returns a single value constructed by calling 'f' on the f… https://t.co/ALcHvKBGYF

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) October 11, 2018

Python Data Science Cheatsheet!

Python For Data Science Cheat Sheet - Importing Data https://t.co/SSNAJrdMzw

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) October 12, 2018

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