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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2019-03-20.
  • When you’re packaging your Python application in a Docker image, you’ll often use a virtualenv, and use it somehow. The usual method is repetitive and therefore error-prone. There is a simpler way of activating a virtualenv, however, which I’ll demonstrate in this article.
    Tutorial  Added by itamarst // // 4 days ago
  • This books provides a foundation in data science processes with practical Python tips and techniques.
    Book  Added by vonlatinski // // 4 days ago
  • A book that covers basics of programming and syntax of Python.
    Book  Added by vonlatinski // // 4 days ago
  • #Python #Mathematics #TensorFlow #NeuralNetworks
    Article  Added by sakimjan // // 7 days ago
  • Unlike Python, the lack of memory safety in C and C++ can lead to crashes—and you’ll need to figure out what caused the crash. learn how to prepare in advance for crashes in your test suite, so debugging the cause will be easier.
    Tutorial  Added by itamarst // // 9 days ago
  • It will sound so good that your users will just nod enthusiastically even though they have no idea.

    Jargon: "Quickly cloudify equity invested collaboration and idea-sharing"
    Means: "Use Google docs"
    Service  Added by sameerkumar18 // // 14 days ago
  • *args and **kwargs may seem scary, but the truth is that they are not that difficult to grasp and have the power to grant your functions with flexibility and readability.
    Article  Added by wilfredinni // // 16 days ago
  • Build a chat app with Python that allows users to log in and chat from within a terminal. Use Pysher to subscribe to Pusher events on the backend.
    Tutorial  Added by prtkgpt // // 18 days ago
  • As a beginner, you may be looking for a way to get a solid understanding of machine learning that’s not only rigorous and practical, but also concise and fast.. Give this article a read...
    Article  Added by sakimjan // // 21 days ago
  • A small tutorial on how to manage Elasticsearch efficiently in a Django project. It uses 'elasticsearch-dsl' as an ORM and a custom management system similar to django-haystack (which has outdated ES).
    Article  Added by harshvb7 // // 21 days ago
  • Learn how to Base64 decode an encoded string back to a normal utf-8 string. Python's base64 package contains various methods to perform Base64 decoding.
    Article  Added by callicoder // // 23 days ago
  • This is a helpful list of Python security practices! It includes a printable 1 page pdf and a blog post that goes into more detail.
    Article  Added by hayleycd // // 23 days ago
  • Python’s Base64 module provides functions to encode binary data to Base64 encoded format and decode such encodings back to binary data.
    It implements Base64 encoding and decoding as specified in RFC 3548.
    This article contains examples that demonstrate how to perform Base64 encoding in Python.
    Article  Added by callicoder // // 28 days ago
  • Demonstrating the benefits of using Bayesian Inference and PYMC3 for estimating the parameters of stochastic process commonly used in quantitative finance.
    Tutorial  Added by AlexIoannides // // about 1 month ago
  • An introduction to Python machine learning model deployment operations (MLOps) using Flask, Docker, Kubernetes and Seldon-Core.
    Tutorial  Added by AlexIoannides // // about 1 month ago
  • When your Python application uses a database, tests can be frustrating: they're either unrealistic if you use a fake, or slow to run if you use the real database. But with a little bit of trickery (made easier by Docker) you can have your tests run much much faster and still be just as realistic.
    Article  Added by itamarst // // about 1 month ago
  • Resourceful piece to help you Jump Start your Cloud Career in 2019.
    Article  Added by sakimjan // // about 1 month ago
  • Tutorial how to create an elevation profile graph between two points using Open Elevation API in Python
    Tutorial  Added by geomatics99 // // about 2 months ago
  • But what if you can’t make your test suite Python faster? There is still something you can do: speed up the feedback loop of your test system. This article covers Python tools and processes that can help you do that.
    Article  Added by itamarst // // about 2 months ago
  • A very detailed and thorough review of Docker usage in a popular Flask tutorial. Applicable to all Python projects.
    Tutorial  Added by vsupalov // // about 2 months ago
  • Or the quest to cleanup my saved songs to play everything on random.
    Article  Added by vsupalov // // about 2 months ago
  • Hook up Nginx, Gunicorn and a WSGI app on macOS.

    Most guides to server config understandably focus on Linux and a cloud environment, but macOS is useful as well for local dev and learning.
    Tutorial  Added by zachvalenta // // 2 months ago
  • Web development is full of tools that claim to help you develop your perfect application. What’s the right tool? Let’s explore options like Docker, Vagrant, and honcho to see which tool can work for you on your next (or current) web app.
    Article  Added by mblayman // // 3 months ago
  • Understand the difference between the equality operator (==) and identity operator ( is ) in Python. This is a matter of huge discussion and confusion among the Python beginners and is a very crucial topic to cover.

    Both the equality and identity operators are going to be discussed for 3 different data types.
    1) Lists
    2) Integers
    Tutorial  Added by pylenin // // 3 months ago
  • This tutorial details how to configure Django to run on Docker along with Postgres, Nginx, and Gunicorn.
    Tutorial  Added by michaelherman // // 3 months ago
  • Python is a ready-to-use programming language with different packages for loading and playing around with data, visualizing the data, transforming inputs into a numerical matrix, or actual machine learning and assessment.
    Article  Added by sakimjan // // 3 months ago
  • Python URL Decoding example. Learn How to decode URLs in Python. URL decoding, as the name suggests, is the inverse operation of URL encoding. It is often needed when you're reading query strings or form parameters received from a client.
    Article  Added by callicoder // // 3 months ago
  • Python URL Encoding example. Learn How to encode a string to URL encoded format in Python. URL Encoding converts any unprintable or special characters to a format that is understood by all web browsers and servers.
    Article  Added by callicoder // // 3 months ago
  • Part one of this series focuses on requesting and wrangling HTML using two of the most popular Python libraries for web scraping: requests and BeautifulSoup.

    Learn how to:
    – Request web pages
    – Get data from HTML
    Tutorial  Added by BrendanMartin // // 3 months ago
  • pandas is a very popular library for data analysis, manipulation, and visualization, but it still hasn't reached version 1.0. What's next for pandas?
    Article  Added by justmarkham // // 3 months ago