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Blogs about Python

14 blogs about Python.

  1. Andrea Grandi
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    Using AI tools for coding: good or bad?
    Every now and then, my Mastodon or LinkedIn timelines are full of messages either praising or condemning the use of AI tools for coding. Are they good or bad then? As usual I think the …
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  2. Django Andy
    My travels through the worlds of Django, Python, DevOps and Full Stack web development. By Andy Ide. 🇦🇺 More info

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    When Dall-e acts like The Man and tries to bring you down.
    Sometimes Dall-e says it wont generate an image due to its content policy, particularly if you name copyrighted works. A common example is superhero names. In this case my prompt was: a montage of lord …
    By djangoandy, 156 words
  3. Haki Benita
    The writings of Haki Benita. 🇮🇱 More info

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    Fastest Way to Read Excel in Python
    I don't have any data to support this next claim, but I'm fairly sure that Excel is the most common way to store, manipulate, and yes(!), even pass data around. This is why it's not …
    By Haki Benita, 3,492 words
  4. Hynek’s Blog
    Hynek Schlawack: Pythonista, Gopher, blogger, and speaker from Berlin/Germany. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Python Project-Local Virtualenv Management Redux
    One of my first TIL entries was about how you can imitate Node’s node_modules semantics in Python on UNIX-like operating systems. A lot has happened since then (to the better!) and it’s time for an …
    By Hynek Schlawack, 45 words
  5. Kurt McKee
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    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
  6. Mathspp Blog
    A blog dedicated to mathematics and programming! By Rodrigo Girão Serrão. 🇵🇹 More info

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    TIL #095 – better test parametrisation in pytest
    Today I learned how to use named tuples to improve readability and flexibility of test parametrisations in pytest. Better test parametrisation in pytest Today I attended a pytest tutorial at PyCon DE 2024 and I …
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  7. The Pallets Projects
    A collection of Python web development libraries that are associated with the Flask microframework. More info

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    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
  8. Python for Engineers
    Now Powered by Flux Capacitors! And with 100% more Electrolytes. By Shantnu Tiwari. 🇬🇧 More info

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    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 …
    By Shantnu Tiwari, 591 words
  9. Reinout van Rees' personal website
    Personal website of Reinout van Rees. Django/Python software developer. Ligfietsen. 🇳🇱 More info

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    JSON-LD/NGSI-LD workshop - Matteo Basile
    The/my background The company I work for (Nelen & Schuurmans) is a member of the EU 'TEMA' project. TEMA stands for trusted extremely precise mapping and prediction for emergency management. A main focus for us …
    By Reinout van Rees, 677 words
  10. Rock and Null
    Tech, software and whatever comes to mind. More info

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    Quickly add 2FA (email) for your custom Django admin
    Keeping your Django admin panel safe is crucial. Regular passwords are good, but adding another layer of security is even better. That's where Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) comes in.Just for clarity, I will repeat why 2FA …
    By Mike Yerou, 444 words
  11. Simon Willison’s Weblog
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    Quoting Erika Hall
    A bad survey won’t tell you it’s bad. It’s actually really hard to find out that a bad survey is bad — or to tell whether you have written a good or bad set of …
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  12. Tall, Snarky Canadian
    Python core developer. Dev manager for the Python extension for VS Code. Tall, snarky Canadian. By Brett Cannon. 🇨🇦 More info

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    State of WASI support for CPython: March 2024
    The biggest update since June 2023 is WASI is now a tier 2 platform for CPython! This means that the main branch of CPython should never be broken more than 24 hours for WASI and …
    By Brett Cannon, 305 words
  13. Weblog archive
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    Know your Python container types
    This is the last of a series of posts I’m doing as a sort of Python/Django Advent calendar, offering a small tip or piece of information each day from the first Sunday of Advent through …
    By James Bennett, 83 words
  14. Yasoob Khalid
    The author of Intermediate Python and the Practical Python Projects books. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Running Go code from Elixir Using Web Assembly
    I was working on an Elixir project recently and one particular open source package that I wanted to make use of was written in Go. I searched for different ways to interface with Go code …
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