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PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 01, 2019

Posted by PyBites on Sun 17 February 2019 in Digest • 3 min read

It has been too long 😞 but we're excited to bring you today: 🐍 PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 01, 2019 😎

Python Developers Survey 2018 results

Cool: Jupyter for every high schooler (4 steps of inquiry-based learning)

The Ultimate List of Data Science Podcasts by Real Python

Always interesting interviews on Talk Python

We started to use carbon to share out our tips on Twitter

We hit 171 Bite exercises on our platform (= 3 new ones / week streak since New Year!)

Virtual envs and more news on Python Bytes

Hope you had a happy Valentine's day!

And some more @python_tip goodness

Congrats to Ant and others that had their talks accepted. If rejected: never give up!

Confused by super() in Python?

The state of Python Packaging

Anybody tried out 3.8's new Walrus Operator?

Python 2->3 migration of Dropbox's desktop client

Interesting question on Twitter by Diane Chen:

Do you follow any convention for the order of methods in class definitions?

Teachingpython podcast: using turtle (stdlib!) to teach Python

VIM and Python – A Match Made in Heaven

Still referring back to this article to configure proper PEP 8 indentation in Vim

Nice Hacktoberfest t-shirt Bryan :)

Test & Code 64: Practicing Programming!

You are a knowledge worker. Your tool is your brain.

(sponsored by PyBites)

And finally a good reminder:


>>> from pybites import Bob, Julian

Keep Calm and Code in Python!

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