PyBites Twitter Digest - Issue 02, 2019

PyBites, Sun 24 February 2019, Digest

3.8, adafruit, AI, deep learning, digi-key, editors, Flask, Git, Heroku, Keras, machine learning, news, PSF, pybites, PyCascades, PyCharm, pypass, React, Selenium, twitter, unittest, VS Code

We were fortunate enough to be interviewed on the Teaching Python podcast! Listen. Now!

Episode 12: Intercontinental Python with @bbelderbos and @_juliansequeira is now live! From Seattle to Florida to S… https://t.co/0lfzseiBDw

— Teachingpython (@teachingpython) February 21, 2019

PyCascades is live! Day 1:

PYCascades 2019 is live! https://t.co/vUsoKxMCNm

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) February 24, 2019

Bob wrote an amazing article on Selenium's headless mode and deploying to Heroku! Give it a read!

I wrote an article about scraping hidden HTML using #Selenium's headless mode, deploying the script to #Heroku. It… https://t.co/AA5GEDR7pb

— Bob Belderbos (@bbelderbos) February 20, 2019

Nice! PyCharm takes top spot as preferred Python editor

https://t.co/N0bBPVUXZ0 #pythondevsurvey says the top Python editors are PyCharm, VS Code, Vim, and Sublime Text .… https://t.co/qd5YtVrNpr

— Python Software (@ThePSF) February 23, 2019

Whiteboards in coding interviews. Discuss!

💯 At this point in my career, I refuse to whiteboard for interviews It's a dog and pony show. Everyone loses. Said… https://t.co/mGj1cm346p

— 𝙽𝚒𝚗𝚊 𝚉𝚊𝚔𝚑𝚊𝚛𝚎𝚗𝚔𝚘 🐍 (@nnja) February 18, 2019

Use Keras and Deep Learning to detect breast cancer in Histology images

New tutorial!🚀 To support #BreastCancerAwareness, today I will teach you how to Automatically Detect #BreastCancer… https://t.co/3ce1SA9dRQ

— Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) February 18, 2019

Python on Hardware episode 18 - Adafruit and Digi-key providing swag for PyCon Attendees!

RT @ntoll: Into Python..? At @pycon..? Check out this amazing news from @adafruit (with big love to @digikey). Honestly, I'm like a dog wit…

— Mike Driscoll (@driscollis) February 22, 2019

Congratulations Mariatta!!

The North Star of PyCascades, core Python developer Mariatta Wijaya, receives the 2018 Q3 Community Service Award https://t.co/obasuWJiTa

— Python Software (@ThePSF) February 22, 2019

2200 React Resources

RT @swyx: ⚛️🤯Collection of 2200 React Resources for everything from Next.js, Gatsby, CRA, JSX, Concurrent React, Hooks, Performance, DevToo…

— TestDriven.io (@testdrivenio) February 22, 2019

Updates for Python AI and Machine Learning tools

RT @FullstackDevJS: Python Engineering at Microsoft: What’s New with the AI and Machine Learning Tools for Python: February 2019 Up... http…

— Jason Wattier (@jmwatt3) February 22, 2019

pypass: A beginner level password compiler

I just published pypass: A beginner level password compiler https://t.co/Q3rBrKUCPl

— Tsitsi Flora Munikwa (@tsitsi_flora) February 21, 2019

Helpful Git Tools!

Some helpful git tools: tig, hub, and global .gitignore: https://t.co/JWYcmbEauJ

— Ned Batchelder (@nedbat) February 23, 2019

A minimalistic Python VS Code setup

My VSCode Setup for Python https://t.co/Zxqt1pRMZG by @zeevosec

— Python LibHunt (@PythonLibHunt) February 22, 2019

Oooo Python 3.8!

Python 3.8.0 is coming (schedule: https://t.co/r6DBtgzSgb) The most discussed feature is PEP572 Assignment Express… https://t.co/6yLVQVjlCc

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) February 18, 2019

How to Unit Test Flask-Login and Flask-SocketIO

Quick blog post: How to unit test a Flask-SocketIO + Flask-Login application: https://t.co/v8Hw2bzGI9

— Miguel Grinberg (@miguelgrinberg) February 16, 2019

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