PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 34, 2018

PyBites, Sun 28 October 2018, Digest

AI, data visualisation, Emacs, Flask, Keras, meetup, news, Perl, podcast, PSF, pybites, PyQt5, Python 3.6, Python 3.7, regex, Responder, secret, Trello, tutorial, Twilio, twitter

Python 3.6.7 and 3.7.1 have been released!

Python 3.6.7 and 3.7.1 released! https://t.co/jIVCXNPkiZ

— Guido van Rossum (@gvanrossum) October 20, 2018

Read about how Erik from our PyBites Community started his own North Austin Python Meetup

One of our PyBites community members, Erik, successfully started a North #Austin #Python Meetup this month! Can't a… https://t.co/TDGa7rFYoX

— Pybites (@pybites) October 27, 2018

The next step in virtual AI assistants! Some super realistic graphics phew!

Impressive avatar for augmented reality AI interfacing: Magic Leap's new AI assistant looks alarmingly human @CNNI… https://t.co/zGHIUQseiB

— ID Pearson (@timeguide) October 15, 2018

Python Text classification with Keras

RT @realpython: 🐍📰 Practical Text Classification With Python and Keras Learn about Python text classification with Keras. Work your way fr…

— TestDriven.io (@testdrivenio) October 27, 2018

Responder v1.1.0 released

Responder v1.1.0 released, with the every-handy `before_request` route parameter! https://t.co/oZsOJpOivA

— Kenneth ☤ Reitz (@kennethreitz) October 27, 2018

PyQt5 Tutorial

PyQt5 tutorial – Python GUI programming examples https://t.co/f3MJL36ZDI

— Real Python (@realpython) October 26, 2018

Consider sponsoring the PSF! Python wouldn't be where it is today if not for them!

Become a PSF sponsor! We're the primary source of funds & resources for furthering the development & adoption of Py… https://t.co/ozY3NYGOCm

— Python Software (@ThePSF) October 27, 2018

A custom, small library for creating Word Clouds within Jupyter notebook

An easy way to make word clouds for data scientists https://t.co/544zX7zy6j

— freeCodeCamp.org (@freeCodeCamp) October 27, 2018

Test and Code Podcast Episode 50!

RT @brianokken: Test & Code 50: Flaky Tests and How to Deal with Them, with @anthonypjshaw https://t.co/2QlvckDrNB What are flaky tests? A…

— Test & Code (@testandcode) October 25, 2018

"Telling a programmer there's already a library to do X is like telling a songwriter there's already a song about love." - Pete Cordell

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) October 27, 2018

Comparing Regex in Perl, Python and Emacs

Comparing regular expressions in Perl, Python, and Emacs https://t.co/4F48w8SlPA

— Regular Expression (@RegexTip) October 22, 2018

A guide on the Python secrets module!

How to use Python Secrets Module [Guide] https://t.co/ozM9nzNRhr by @PyNative

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) October 25, 2018

A run in with Python Warnings

Why warnings is mysterious: https://t.co/dSQQmOuyBg “This is what I uncovered after a long rage-fueled debugging session…”

— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) October 27, 2018

A good reminder on scopes!

When making an assignment to a variable in a scope that variable is automatically considered to be local: # this w… https://t.co/XbEW5w5A56

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) October 25, 2018

Getting things done in Trello with Python, Flask and Twilio SMS

Getting Things Done in Trello with Python, Flask and Twilio SMS https://t.co/BVd9INvcQu https://t.co/gp5pXNlm5T

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) October 26, 2018

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