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Issue #535 (July 26, 2022)

#535 – JULY 26, 2022

Build a Flashcards App With Django

Create your own flashcards app to help you to learn a new language. In this step-by-step project, you’ll replicate a spaced repetition system with the Django web framework. If you want to learn a new topic while sharpening your Django and Python skills, this tutorial is the perfect match for you!

Building a Persistently Authenticated Python CLI

When building a command line program that authenticates to a service, you may not want the user to have to enter their password every single time. This article shows you how to manage authentication tokens to make you user’s life easier. The Twitter API is used as the example data source.

Generating Fake Security Data With Python and Faker-Security

Snyk recently open sourced the faker-security Python package to help anyone working with security data. Learn more about what a Python package is and how to use it in combination with factory_boy to generate fake security data →
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Say Goodbye to These Obsolete Python Libraries

It’s time to say goodbye to os.path, random, pytz, namedtuple and many more obsolete Python libraries. Start using the latest and greatest ones instead.
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PEP 695: Type Parameter Syntax (Draft)

This Python Enhancement Proposals (PEP) draft describes an improved syntax for specifying type parameters within a generic class, function, or type alias. For example: class ClassA[T: str]: It also introduces a new statement for declaring type aliases.

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What Are Some Cool but Obscure Data Structures?


Is Having a Personal Blog/Brand Worth It for You?


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Articles & Tutorials

map() vs submit() With the ProcessPoolExecutor in Python

In this tutorial you will learn the difference between map() and submit() when executing tasks with the ProcessPoolExecutor in Python. You’ll see how to use map() to convert a for-loop into processes and when to replace it with submit() to gain more control.

Meet the Python Steering Council

Once Guido gave up his title of Benevolent Dictator for Life, a five-person team became responsible for steering the development of Python. Improvements are rarely straightforward, changes that help some may hurt others.

Pretty Maps in Python

The prettymaps project allows you to create an aesthetically pleasing map image from real data. It does this in only 425 lines of Python through the use of 3rd party packages. Learn how to use it and how it works.

Typing Your Way Into Safety

Type annotations help catch errors in your code. Their correct usage can even stop malicious use of your scripts. Learn how the Literal type can prevent users from sending values that could break your code.

Using the Python not Operator

In this course, you’ll learn how Python’s not operator works and how to use it in your code. You’ll get to know its features and see what kind of programming problems you can solve by using not in Python.

Technical Writing for Developers

“The way we write about and around code is arguably as important as the code itself.” This article outlines how programming and writing come together to take your developer skills to the next level.

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Custom Python Dictionaries: Inheriting From dict vs UserDict

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create custom dictionary-like classes in Python by inheriting from the built-in dict class or by subclassing UserDict from the collections module.

To Ruby From Python

Thinking of picking up another programming language? This quick list shows you what is similar and what is different between Ruby and Python.

Projects & Code

pywhen: Wrapper for date/time parsing


unzip-http: Get Files From .zip Without Downloading It All


cleanlab: AI Package for Cleaning Your ML Data


sympy: A Computer Algebra System Written in Pure Python


jetfuel: Python Performance Profiling for Production



PyKla Monthly Meetup

July 27, 2022

Heidelberg Python Meetup

July 27, 2022

Weekly Real Python Office Hours Q&A (Virtual)

July 27, 2022

SPb Python Drinkup

July 28, 2022

PyDelhi User Group Meetup

July 30, 2022

PythOnRio Meetup

July 30, 2022

Happy Pythoning!
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