PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 36, 2018

PyBites, Sun 18 November 2018, Digest

Anaconda, CLI, courses, dictionaries, Django, Flask, frameworks, Github, Google, JSON, news, OpenCV, packaging, PSF, pybites, pycon, TensorFlow, twitter, YOLO

Pycon US 2019 registration is open! Get your early bird tickets now!

Registration for @pycon 2019 is open & once again we are selling the first 800 tickets at a discounted rate! Don't…

— Python Software (@ThePSF) November 17, 2018

Python 3 is the way!

Last month, 39.3% of downloads from PyPI were for Python 3 (excluding downloads where we don’t know what Python ver…

— Donald Stufft (@dstufft) November 02, 2018

What a brilliant story! Hard work, dedication to the cause and intentional practice pays off!

Submitted by @Erik

How I switched careers and got a developer job in 10 months: a true story

— (@freeCodeCamp) November 17, 2018

We can delete Github Issues now. Wow!

Submitted by @BryanKimani

You've been asking for it. You know the issue(s). Delete 'em. 🚮

— GitHub (@github) November 07, 2018

Foundations of Programming - Google Tech Dev Guide

Submitted by @dgjustice

Foundations of Programming - Google Tech Dev Guide

— Abdullahi Yusuf (@abdullahicyc) November 11, 2018

Some musings on Frameworks by Andy Knight. Nice!

A nice little brain dump on Frameworks. I really enjoy reading your stuff Andy! - Frameworks: All-in-One or Piece-…

— Julian Sequeira (@_juliansequeira) November 17, 2018

Conda > pip for installing TensorFlow

RT @josephofiowa: TIL: Conda installing (instead of pip) TensorFlow yields at least a 5x performance improvement. h…

— Peter Wang (@pwang) November 16, 2018

The next instalment in Cristian Medina's Practicality Beats Purity series

Just posted a new article on the site. A continuation of the Practicality Beats Purity series, this one is about us…

— Cristian Medina (@tryexceptpass) November 10, 2018

Python Tip from Raymond

#Python tip: If your data is in a dictionary, perhaps from a JSON file, then str.format_map() is your new best fri…

— Raymond Hettinger (@raymondh) November 09, 2018

Detecting objects in images and video using Python and OpenCV YOLO

New tutorial!🚀 Q. How can I easily detect objects in both images and video? A. Use #Python and the YOLO Object Dete…

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) November 12, 2018

"Commenting your code is like cleaning your bathroom - you never want to do it, but it really does create a more pl…

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) November 17, 2018

New tutorial for the HourOfCode

Our new #HourOfCode tutorial is finally here! Do a little dance, make a little code!

— (@codeorg) November 14, 2018

Absolutely incredible for students of France!

Python will be the official programming language for education in France. That's incredible! Hundreds of thousands…

— 𝙽𝚒𝚗𝚊 𝚉𝚊𝚔𝚑𝚊𝚛𝚎𝚗𝚔𝚘 (@nnja) November 14, 2018

How to publish an open-source Python package to PyPI

I’m really fired up that we finally have a super-detailed article on this topic:

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) November 13, 2018

Nice! A Curriculum for Python Packaging by Al Sweigart

This is a freakin' goldmine. THANK YOU @AlSweigart

— ernest w. durbin iii (@EWDurbin) November 15, 2018

TUI programs for monitoring network traffic

{ bmon || iptraf || iftop || nettop; } # Try out one of these fine TUI programs for monitoring your network traffic…

— Command Line Magic (@climagic) November 12, 2018

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