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Blogs about Python

13 blogs about Python.

  1. Andrea Grandi

    Use OpenAI API to make two GPT bots talk to each other
    Use OpenAI API to make two GPT bots talk to each other
    By Andrea Grandi, 24 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  2. Django Andy
    “My travels through the worlds of Django, Python, DevOps and Full Stack web development.” By Andy Ide. 🇦🇺

    How to Have an English Teacher in your pocket with ChatGPT
    We all remember our maths teachers in school telling us that we needed to “know this stuff because you won’t have a calculator with you all the time” – well, the arrival of the mobile …
    By djangoandy, 218 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  3. Hynek’s Blog
    “Hynek Schlawack: Pythonista, Gopher, blogger, and speaker from Berlin/Germany.” 🇩🇪

    Two Ways to Turbo-Charge tox
    No, it’s not (just) run-parallel – let’s cut the local tox runtime by 75%!
    By Hynek Schlawack, 19 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  4. Kurt McKee
    “lessons learned in production.”

    Revitalizing stalled open source projects
    I recently encountered an open source project that hadn't received updates for a while. The issue tracker had ~200 open issues, ~70 open pull requests, and CI was partially failing. It's not uncommon for projects …
    By Kurt McKee, 1,943 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

  5. Mathspp Blog
    “A blog dedicated to mathematics and programming!” By Rodrigo Girão Serrão. 🇵🇹

    TIL #083 – sentinel value for default arguments
    Today I learned how to create a sentinel value to use as a default argument in a way that respects Python typing. Sentinel value for default arguments Context Today at work I had a problem. …
    496 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  6. The Pallets Projects
    “A collection of Python web development libraries that are associated with the Flask microframework.”

    Blinker 1.6 Released
    Signalling allows for applications to be decoupled by allowing designated receivers to be informed when an action has taken place (the signal). Flask and Quart both utilise the excellent Blinker library to support signals and …
    By P G Jones, 129 words

    Feed Roughly one post per year. Started in .

  7. Python for Engineers
    “Now Powered by Flux Capacitors! And with 100% more Electrolytes.” By Shantnu Tiwari. 🇬🇧

    The Attack of the Online "Productivity" "Experts"
    I first heard this from Oliver Burkeman in one of his courses. He said something like The problem with most productivity advice is it seems to be written by people in their 20s with no …
    By Shantnu Tiwari, 932 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .

  8. Reinout van Rees' personal website
    “Personal website of Reinout van Rees. Django/Python software developer. Ligfietsen.” 🇳🇱

    Edgecase 2023: thursday early morning sessions
    (One of my summaries of the 2023 Dutch edgecase k8s conference in Utrecht, NL). Fantastic pipelines and where to run them - Fabian Met Pipelines in Jenkins. Later pipelines in a local gitlab installation. Then …
    By Reinout van Rees, 751 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  9. Rock and Null
    “Tech, software and whatever comes to mind.”

    Why Kotlin Multiplatform could change everything in the mobile dev world
    There have been countless approaches to cross-platform development over the years. A long time ago Java promised to "write once, run everywhere". It's a promise that was mostly left unfulfilled.Don't get me wrong, there are …
    By Mike Yerou, 514 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  10. Simon Willison’s Weblog

    Get Your Mac Python From
    Get Your Mac Python From Glyph recommends the official Python installer from as the best way to get started with a Python environment on macOS - with require-virtualenv = true in your ~/.pip/pip.conf …
    48 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per day. Started in .

  11. Tall, Snarky Canadian
    “Python core developer. Dev manager for the Python extension for VS Code. Tall, snarky Canadian.” By Brett Cannon. 🇨🇦

    Why I put in some effort to lower my carbon footprint
    I was talking with someone about how Andrea and I have been consciously taking less flights since the pandemic started in order to lower our carbon footprint (Take the Jump suggests a flight under 1500km …
    By Brett Cannon, 546 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

  12. Weblog archive
    By James Bennett. 🇺🇸

    Boring Python: code quality
    This is the second in a series of posts I intend to write about how to build, deploy, and manage Python applications in as boring a way as possible. In the first post in the …
    By James Bennett, 83 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per year. Started in .

  13. Yasoob Khalid
    “The author of Intermediate Python and the Practical Python Projects books.” 🇺🇸

    How to Use Apple Vision Framework via PyObjC for Text Recognition
    Introduction This post has been sitting in my drafts folder for a long time. Sometime earlier this year I saw a job posting where someone wanted to use Apple’s vision framework to do text recognition. …
    95 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per year. Started in .