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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2018-02-08.
  • Article  Added by StanBright // blog.hasura.io // 11 days ago
  • Tutorial  Added by joncutrer // github.com // 15 days ago
  • Tutorial  Added by jaredwox // www.cybrhome.com // 25 days ago
  • In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the RxPy library to create asynchronous and event-based programs by implementing observables, observers/subscribers, and subjects.
    Article  Added by RamiroND // auth0.com // 25 days ago
  • This book, written by Christoph Lang, goes deeper into Panda3D's advanced features by providing a set of recipes with step-by-step instructions. It is useful for people who want to achieve more advanced rendering effects with Panda3D, or want to extend the engine. This book is aimed at Windows users.
    Book  Added by rdb // www.packtpub.com // about 1 month ago
  • This book, written by Dave Mathews, guides the reader through creating a complete game with Panda3D. It only focuses on Windows users.
    Book  Added by rdb // www.packtpub.com // about 1 month ago
  • Discover the latest Python articles, tutorials, libraries, and code snippets from around the web to keep your programming skills sharp
    Service  Added by hacklines // hacklines.com // about 1 month ago
  • Book  Added by sebastian_adil // infohost.nmt.edu // about 2 months ago
  • Learn a useful technique for gaining insight into uncertain or unmeasured metrics.
    Article  Added by libhuntuser1 // www.samueltaylor.org // 3 months ago
  • List of Python Podcasts
    Article  Added by a1Gupta // www.cybrhome.com // 3 months ago
  • A detailed tutorial to create charts in Django
    Tutorial  Added by charl // www.fusioncharts.com // 3 months ago
  • Nobody likes waiting around for their web scraper to finish. Learn how to make your scraping faster to avoid wasting time.
    Article  Added by libhuntuser1 // www.samueltaylor.org // 3 months ago
  • This repository aims to provide simple and ready-to-use tutorials for TensorFlow.
    Tutorial  Added by astorfi // github.com // 4 months ago
  • Learn more about __call__ and the Python data model while implementing a custom caching utility.
    Article  Added by libhuntuser1 // www.samueltaylor.org // 4 months ago
  • Official documentation for Python Fire.
    Article  Added by dbieber // google.github.io // 4 months ago
  • A guide to using Python Fire. Python Fire is a Python library that will turn any Python component into a command line interface with just a single call to Fire.
    Tutorial  Added by dbieber // github.com // 4 months ago
  • A Free Flask tutorial explaining how to get started with Flask, HTTP and Python. Includes practical exercises to practice. All the code used is open source and available on Github.
    Tutorial  Added by santiagobasulto // flask-tutorial.com // 6 months ago
  • A quick post to introduce Magic Methods and the differences between __getattr__ and __getattribute__.
    Article  Added by santiagobasulto // blog.rmotr.com // 6 months ago
  • This post takes an under the covers look at python generators. The post analyzes python stack frames and code objects to shed light on the core features of the Python runtime which make it possible to pause and then resume generator functions at a later point in time.
    Article  Added by skabbass1 // medium.com // 6 months ago
  • This post takes a closer look at how python3 f-strings work and why they perform much better than some of the other python string formatting mechanisms available.
    Article  Added by skabbass1 // medium.com // 6 months ago
  • This class aims at making students comfortable with using Python to perform simple IT Security tasks. Going beyond using other peoples’ tools in this field is the hardest step on the ladder to proficiency. This class will take you over that difficult step, enabling you to modify popular security tools or write your own. Most importantly, it is all taught in a simple manner that won’t put you to sleep like most programming courses.
    Article  Added by burhanudinn123 // infosecaddicts.com // 6 months ago
  • Springboard offers online courses in Data Science & UX Design. Advance your career with 1-on-1 mentorship from industry experts. Build a portfolio of projects. Earn a certificate.
    Service  Added by StanBright // www.springboard.com // 7 months ago
  • Python Refresher: Review of Data Structures, Conditionals, File Handling
    How Websites are Hosted on Servers; Basic Calls to Server (GET, POST Methods)
    Web Scraping with Python BeautifulSoup and Requests
    Using Selenium to handle JavaScript and AJAX
    Diverse Web Scraping Exercises
    Tutorial  Added by GoTrained // www.udemy.com // 8 months ago
  • Creating a web crawler in Scrapy and scrape data
    Deploying Spider to ScrapingHub
    Logging into Websites with Scrapy
    Running Scrapy as a Standalone Script
    Using Scrapy with Selenium in Special Cases, e.g. to Scrape JavaScript Driven Web Pages
    Tutorial  Added by GoTrained // www.udemy.com // 8 months ago
  • Scrapy Tutorial Getting Started
    Craigslist Scrapy Spider #1 – Titles
    Craigslist Scrapy Spider #2 – One Page
    Craigslist Scrapy Spider #3 – Multiple Pages
    Craigslist Scrapy Spider #4 – Job Descriptions
    Tutorial  Added by GoTrained // python.gotrained.com // 8 months ago
  • Python CMS Framework Review: wagtail vs django-cms
    Wagtail Tutorials: Building Blog Part 1 Show you how to create a wagtail project and help you understand its main components
    Wagtail Tutorials: Building Blog Part 2 Teach you how to create the data model, clarify the workflow, and create template to render content.
    Wagtail Tutorials: Building Blog Part 3 Help you add category and tag support to post page as standard CMS does.
    Tutorial  Added by MichaelYin // blog.michaelyin.info // 8 months ago
  • Installation
    Routes
    Using Pony
    References
    Update
    Tutorial  Added by gamesbrainiac // nafiulis.me // 8 months ago
  • Getting Started
    Automation
    Themes
    Settings
    Writing Content
    Tutorial  Added by gamesbrainiac // nafiulis.me // 8 months ago
  • Completeness and redundancy
    Event-driven invalidation
    Coding dependencies by hand
    Bringing things together
    Automatic invalidation
    Tutorial  Added by Suor // hackflow.com // 8 months ago
  • Current state
    Removing a boilerplate
    Advanced usage
    Why use that?
    Tutorial  Added by Suor // hackflow.com // 8 months ago