PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 37, 2018

PyBites, Sun 02 December 2018, Digest

API Gateway, AWS, books, CLI, data science, Git, Lambda, motivation, music21, musicology, news, pybites, serverless, SQL, TinyDB, twitter

Digital Ocean Developer Trends of the quarter

Submitted by @BryanKimani

Very interesting report by @digitalocean - #OpenSource

— Max (@maksek_ua) November 27, 2018

A great article on learning things in general

Submitted by @dgjustice

Forget Motivation and Double Your Chances of Learning Success

— Ilkka Peltola (@ilkkapeltola) November 27, 2018

A conversation with Guido!

Here's my conversation with Guido van Rossum, creator of Python, one of the most popular and impactful programming…

— Lex Fridman (@lexfridman) November 22, 2018

music21 - a Python-based toolkit for computer-aided musicology

Submitted by @Dan Shorstein

Really excited to play with the music21 library! Just found out about it

— Dan Shorstein (@dtizzlenizzle) November 29, 2018

Shameless plug because we can! can now help your company run coding interviews with Interview Bites!

PyBites can help you acquire #Python top talent! Enterprise Customers can now use our plat…

— Pybites (@pybites) November 27, 2018

Thanks to everyone that participated in the TalkPython Black Friday sale!

Wow, the response to the @talkpython #blackfriday sale has been really amazing. Thank you to everyone to bought a c…

— Talk Python Podcast (@TalkPython) November 25, 2018

Multiple assignment and tuple unpacking improve Python code readability

Submitted by @tryexceptpass

RT @treyhunner: "When you see Python code that uses hard coded indexes there's often a way to use multiple assignment to make your code mor…

— Cristian Medina (@tryexceptpass) November 23, 2018

Nice, TinyDB!

RT @funkatron: My neat new discovery today is TinyDB, a great, small document db for Python. Perfect for the slackbot I’m writing https://t…

— ernest w. durbin iii (@EWDurbin) November 30, 2018

Too handy not to share. Print a list of reverse DNS records for a subnet

for i in 198.187.190.{0..255}; do a=$( dig +short -x $i ); printf "$i: %s\n" "$a"; done # Print a list of reverse DNS records for a subnet.

— Command Line Magic (@climagic) November 25, 2018

Check out Jake VanderPlas's Python Data Science Handbook

RT @mf_viz: The "Python Data Science Handbook" is an *excellent* free + open-source resource for learning #Python for #DataScience and #Mac…

— Jake VanderPlas (@jakevdp) November 28, 2018

A great message: Document Everything!

"If it is not written down, it does not exist." - Philippe Kruchten

— Programming Wisdom (@CodeWisdom) November 29, 2018

Some AMAZING responses to the question: "What's the most fun thing you have ever done with data?"

What's the most fun thing you have ever done with data? A project you really enjoyed, or personal data you collect…

— Data Science Renee (@BecomingDataSci) November 30, 2018

Tracking all of your SQL Queries in Git

RT @beeonaposy: New blog post! Git Your SQL Together, on the why and how of tracking all of your SQL queries in git 💫…

— David Robinson (@drob) November 28, 2018

Serverless APIs with Python, AWS Lambda & API Gateway

Serverless APIs with Python, AWS Lambda & API Gateway by Hamish Campbell.

— Python Software (@ThePSF) December 01, 2018

So old...

If you don't want to feel old, stop reading now. 1TB hard drives are now over a decade old.

— Command Line Magic (@climagic) November 29, 2018

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