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  • By Shantnu Tiwari
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly eight posts per year
  • First post on

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Jan 2022 3
Feb 2022 2
Mar 2022 1
Apr 2022 1
May 2022 1
Jun 2022 0
Jul 2022 2
Aug 2022 0
Sep 2022 0
Oct 2022 2
Nov 2022 0
Dec 2022 0
Jan 2023 1
Feb 2023 2
Mar 2023 0
Apr 2023 0
May 2023 0
Jun 2023 0
Jul 2023 0
Aug 2023 2
Sep 2023 1
Oct 2023 0
Nov 2023 0
Dec 2023 0
Jan 2024 3
Feb 2024 1
Mar 2024 0
Apr 2024 1

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Awesome Python Library: Tenacity
Link: https://tenacity.readthedocs.io/en/latest/When writing code or tests in Python, one issue I had was when the code would fail due to random things like network issues or external peripherals not responding in time. Just rerunning the …
On , by Shantnu Tiwari, 591 words
So Google's Gemini Doesn't Like Python Programming and Sanskrit?
I have been playing around with Googles Gemini Pro.Recently, I wanted to write a blog on Python's decorators and wanted to get some ideas for practical projects I could build with them. Tried GPT4 first, …
On , by Shantnu Tiwari, 730 words
LinkedIn Has Become a Pile of Garbage (even more than usual)
Online forums, especially Hacker News and Reddit, are very hostile to LinkedIn. Everyone makes fun of the self-promotion and silliness that goes there. There are complaints the site is unusable, which I didn't agree with …
On , by Shantnu Tiwari, 909 words