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  • This article lists 7 python projects that any new programmer can make to build his portfolio or practice his/her coding skills. There are some easy projects like a simple login system and some slightly complex projects like anagram game.
    Article  Added by marknathon // favtutor.com // 4 days ago
  • TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable
    The error is self-explanatory. You are trying to subscript an object which is a None actually...

    Example 1
    Article  Added by DigiTMG // 360digitmg.com // 5 days ago
  • Crazy project ideas to challenge your Python skills, build and share.
    Article  Added by livecodestream // livecodestream.dev // 7 days ago
  • In this post, we are going to learn web scraping with python. Using python we are going to scrape Yahoo Finance.
    Article  Added by manthankool // www.scrapingdog.com // 8 days ago
  • In this video, we are going to solve the "Password Cracker" programming challenge on Hacker Rank.

    Let's work together on solving this medium difficulty challenge that involves recursion and memoization.

    I hope you learn and ♥ the video!
    Tutorial  Added by livecodestream // youtu.be // 9 days ago
  • There are six optional parameters that can be set to customize the field properties.

    default
    default_factory
    repr
    Article  Added by htd // hackthedeveloper.com // 9 days ago
  • There are six optional parameters that the python data class takes:
    1.init
    2.repr
    3.eq
    4.order
    Article  Added by htd // hackthedeveloper.com // 10 days ago
  • why we use class in python? Probably to store data and perform certain operations on it. In the real world, we create objects mainly to store data and not so much of methods (behavior). In the previous section, we learned about the named tuple and how it can be used to store data with readability in mind. This time we will learn about python data classes which have been introduced in python 3.7, this can also be used as an alternative for storing data as named tuple.
    Article  Added by htd // hackthedeveloper.com // 11 days ago
  • A namedtuple in python is a subclass of tuples. The named tuple has the same functionalities as a normal tuple, but its values can be accessed both by name (using dot notation eg: .name) as well as by position (offset notation eg: [0]).
    Tutorial  Added by htd // hackthedeveloper.com // 11 days ago
  • Text-to-Speech in Python (TTS) Using Pyttsx3
    Article  Added by htd // divyanshushekhar.com // 12 days ago
  • Python Custom Exception With Example
    Article  Added by htd // hackthedeveloper.com // 12 days ago
  • Insertion Sort works better with fewer components. Insertion Sort's worst case runtime complexity is o(n2) equivalent to the one of Bubble Sort. Insertion Form, however, is considered better than kind of Bubble. Take a look at why and share down. For this guide, that is it. Lucky Python!
    Article  Added by javatpoint // www.javatpoint.com // 15 days ago
  • The bubble sort uses a straightforward logic that works by repeating swapping the adjacent elements if they are not in the right order. It compares one pair at a time and swaps if the first element is greater than the second element; otherwise, move further to the next pair of elements for comparison.
    Article  Added by javatpoint // www.javatpoint.com // 16 days ago
  • Data science is increasing the world with its capabilities to identify trends, predict the future, and derive deep insights like never before from large data sets. It is understood that #data is the fuel for any data science-related project.
    Article  Added by hirinfotech // hirinfotech.com // 18 days ago
  • In this post, we will see one of the usage of machine learning using Python. But, initially we need to understand what is machine learning.
    Article  Added by Sam // www.botreetechnologies.com // 18 days ago
  • Project ideas for Python beginners with links to free courses/articles to build those projects
    Article  Added by javabuddy // medium.com // 20 days ago
  • Beginner in python for web development? Here are 5 common mistakes that you might be making and how you can fix them for becoming a better python developer.
    Article  Added by Sam // www.botreetechnologies.com // 20 days ago
  • #Datavisualization is the act of taking information (data) and placing it into a visual context, such as a map or graph.

    Data visualizations make big and small #data easier for the human brain to understand, and visualization also makes it easier to detect patterns, #trends, and outliers in groups of data.

    In this #blog, We explain how it is used and discuss each of the different types of #visualizations
    Article  Added by hirinfotech // hirinfotech.com // 23 days ago
  • Idioms and conventions that will make your Python code readable, effective, concise and reliable.
    Article  Added by MartinHeinz // towardsdatascience.com // 26 days ago
  • These top 10 Machine Learning examples showcase how ML technology is gaining popularity in every industry. Read these examples of Machine Learning at Netflix, Amazon, Tesla, Google, and more.
    Article  Added by Sam // www.codementor.io // 27 days ago
  • Ray Summit (Sep 30-Oct 1) is a free virtual conference about Ray—a distributed system for scaling Python and machine learning that's growing in popularity. Ray is becoming the go-to distributed computation platform to train and serve ML and AI apps because of its flexibility, scalability, and efficiency.

    Connect with the Ray community and see companies like Microsoft, AWS, and JPMorgan use Ray for ML infrastructure, MLOps, deep learning, and financial applications.
    Event  Added by kathyyu // events.linuxfoundation.org // 27 days ago
  • APIs are everywhere within your organization. Many may be internal, but we’re willing to bet there are many third-party web services and APIs that your business depends on too. Keeping track of them all, and ensuring that your team chooses the best APIs for their needs can be a challenge. In some cases, your organization may be using an API they don’t even know about. The solution to this “web of APIs” is to apply the concept of API governance to your API dependencies.
    Article  Added by Frenchcooc // blog.bearer.sh // 30 days ago
  • A deep dive inside Python dictionaries and the technology that's hidden under the hood of them
    Article  Added by mastro35 // thepythoncorner.com // about 1 month ago
  • Twitter has officially released its new API, aka version 2. Introduced as a full rebuild "from the ground up to better support developers", let's see if they kept there premises...
    Article  Added by Frenchcooc // dev.to // about 1 month ago
  • This article will look at how maintainers of an application can manage their data through Django's built-in administrative tools.  We will see how to build admin pages and customize the admin tools to help teams navigate their apps.
    Article  Added by mblayman // www.mattlayman.com // about 1 month ago
  • Python is in the midst of a resurgence. It never went away, but usage now grows like never before. With machine learning developers and data scientists relying on Python, much of the web development ecosystem around the language continues to grow.
    Article  Added by Frenchcooc // blog.bearer.sh // about 1 month ago
  • This tutorial help to create csv parser using python 3.The CSV(comma-separated values) most popular file format to store data in plain text.It is one of the most popular formats for exchanging data between server.The CSV files use a comma to separate each specific data value.
    Article  Added by techlover // www.pythonpip.com // about 1 month ago
  • Some of the blogs I like to read, from people that I admire, or with huge communities.
    Article  Added by livecodestream // livecodestream.dev // about 1 month ago
  • Let’s explore New York Times, The Guardian, HackerNews and other APIs and gather some news data for your next project!
    Article  Added by MartinHeinz // towardsdatascience.com // about 1 month ago
  • The official Python Docker image is useful, but to actually understand why, and to use it correctly, it’s worth understanding how exactly it’s constructed.
    Article  Added by itamarst // pythonspeed.com // about 1 month ago