PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 33, 2018

PyBites, Sun 21 October 2018, Digest

CLI, data visualisation, Flask, git, graph nets, Jupyter, news, Okta, podcast, PSF, pybites, regex, Tensorflow, testing, twitter

Python Bytes celebrate their 100th Podcast Episode! Congrats to Mike and Brian!

Just two short years in the making, @brianokken and @mkennedy are thrilled to present @pythonbytes episode 100!… https://t.co/B2g2R291t7

— Python Bytes Podcast (@pythonbytes) October 19, 2018

Automation Panda (Andy Knight!) at it again with an article on Python Colloquialisms

Automation Panda - Speaking 'Pythonese' (colloquialisms for quick reference) 🤔👍🏼 https://t.co/AvOhDT5BeV

— Environment & Tech🎃🎃 (@enviro_dev) October 15, 2018

A quick guide to squashing git commits

Submitted by @clamytoe.

RT @ThePracticalDev: Method #1: one commit to rule the master branch Method #2: not that much! Method #3: getting picky { author: @hivickyl…

— Martin Uribe (@clamytoe) October 20, 2018

sudo pip install is bad! (Just use Virtual Environments!)

Stop using sudo pip install https://t.co/q3UJrZWzYb by @eLabFTW

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) October 18, 2018

PyBites Data Analysis by Martin! Loved reading through this!

"Pretty amazing that Pybites Blog Challenges had over 300 distinct github interactions in such a short time!" Chec… https://t.co/hjgkmFVMrx

— Pybites (@pybites) October 19, 2018

Pretty cool data viz of where the Python Developers Survey respondents are

RT @ewa_jodlowska: This is where we are with the Python Developers Survey: 7,455 responses from 139 countries! Let's keep the responses com…

— Jason Wattier (@jmwatt3) October 18, 2018

Congratulations to the latest PSF Fellow Members (Q3 2018)!

RT @ThePSF: Python Software Foundation Fellow Members for Q3 2018 https://t.co/7VlXNM5ezG

— Naomi Ceder (@NaomiCeder) October 11, 2018

I'm pretty sure we've all seen this in action...

"There is nothing more unproductive than to build something efficiently that should not have been built at all." - Milt Bryce

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) October 19, 2018

Dan Bader is taking over PyCodersWeekly!

I've got some news to share—I'm the new owner and curator-in-chief at @pycoders, and I'm super excited about it 😊 C… https://t.co/EaFeya4Ynx

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) October 16, 2018

Properties such as \p{Alphabetic} can be easier to read than [A-Za-z]. Works better with internationalization as well.

— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) October 17, 2018

A site to share your .(dot)config files! How awesome is this!

https://t.co/9hy1c4tNFx # This site allows people to share their dot config files. For instance, they have a collec… https://t.co/pob7uo9lZl

— Command Line Magic (@climagic) October 19, 2018

Flashback!

Do you remember this ? How does that make you feel ? https://t.co/7AfjVBMxxs

— Project Jupyter (@ProjectJupyter) October 20, 2018

Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Research in Jupyter Notebook preprint

RT @peterwrose: Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Research in Jupyter Notebook preprint now available: https://t.co/4KZmtvPQkm and example…

— matt harrison (@__mharrison__) October 19, 2018

User Authentication in Flask with Okta

RT @siddhantgoel: How to Add User Authentication to Flask Apps with Okta /via @fullstackpython https://t.co/m2cAoBIECi #python #flask #aut…

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) October 19, 2018

Build Graph Nets in Tensorflow

graph_nets - Build Graph Nets in Tensorflow https://t.co/dN0AD91EPc

— Python Trending (@pythontrending) October 18, 2018

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