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Your Python Coding Environment on Windows: Setup Guide
With this opinionated guide to setting up a basic, fully featured and flexible setup for Python coding and open source contributing when working from Windows, you’ll go from a fresh install to ready to contribute, and even check out a PowerShell script to automate much of the process.

Programming Languages Endorsed for Server-Side Use at Meta
Facebook (Meta) shares its internal programming language guidance that helps their developers choose the best language for their projects. Python is used heavily for ML, data science, and Instagram.

Connect, Integrate, & Automate Your Data – From Python or Any Other Application
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Natural Language Processing & How ML Understands Text
How do you process and classify text documents in Python? What are the fundamental techniques and building blocks for Natural Language Processing (NLP)? This week on the show, Jodie Burchell, developer advocate for data science at JetBrains, talks about how machine learning (ML) models understand text.

Testing PyPy
Brian interviews Carl Friedrich Bolz-Tereick of the PyPy project and they talk about how to test the alternative Python implementation.

Python 3.11.0b5 Is Now Available

M1 Support for PyPy Announced

Talks 2022 Python Web Conference Released
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Performance Comparison: Python, C/C++, Rust, and More
Ben Hoyt’s article Performance comparison: counting words in Python, Go, C++, C, AWK, Forth, and Rust is making the rounds again. It prompted this deep discussion on Hacker News.

Tabs vs Spaces in Python

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Primer on Jinja Templating
With Jinja, you can build rich templates that power the front end of your web applications. But you can use Jinja without a web framework running in the background. Anytime you want to create text files with programmatic content, Jinja can help you out.

How to Support Open-Source Software and Stay Sane
When researchers develop code for their projects it often gets released as Open Source. There is extra work involved in this though. This article talks about what you need to think about before releasing that code.

Scout APM: Find and Fix Performance Issues with Ease
Scout’s APM tool pinpoints and prioritizes performance and stability issues in Python applications. With Scout’s tracing logic, developers can detect the exact line of code causing the performance abnormality, and with detailed backtraces, you can fix the issue before customers ever notice β†’
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Understanding Pass by Reference in Python
“Python, in general, is a pass-by-reference language. What does that really mean and what do you need to look out for?” Learn how this impacts your code, where you can run into trouble, and what to do about it.

How to Create a Python Package in 2022
From how to get structure your package and its tests to dealing with pre-commit hooks and publishing to PyPI, this article walks you through recommended tools and techniques for creating a Python package.

Add Google Login to a FastAPI App With EasyAuth
Learn how to setup Google authentication for a FastAPI application and control what new users can access with granular User, Group, Role and Action level permissions.
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Managing Attributes With Python’s property()
In this video course, you’ll learn how to create managed attributes, also known as properties, using Python’s property() in your custom classes.

Low Quality Code Is 15x More Prone to Bugs. Cut Down on Bug Risk and Tech Debt With Sourcery
It’s easy for technical debt to creep up in any codebase. With Sourcery you can instantly review and fix tech debt issues and make sure your own teams code standards are being met.

Protestware: Why Developers Sabotage Their Own Code
Both Python and Node code repositories have had developers intentionally breaking their packages in protest. Is this a trend on the rise?

Building a Spotify Song and Playlist Recommendation Engine
Follow along to learn how to build a song and playlist recommendation app using Python, Word2Vec, PySpark, Tensorflow and MongoDB.
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