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Articles, Tutorials and Talks

How to Choose the Right Python Concurrency API
Python standard library offers 3 concurrency APIs. How do you know which API to use in your project? In this tutorial you will discover helpful step-by-step procedures and helpful questions to guide you to the most appropriate concurrency API.

Crimes with Python's Pattern Matching
Let's make the CPython team regret adding pattern matching to Python!

Recipes and Tricks for Effective Structural Pattern Matching in Python
In this article we will explore advanced features of match/case syntax - or as it's properly called - structural pattern matching. As well as tips and tricks for using it effectively, including recipes that will help you use it to it's full potential.

Building Django app with REST Framework API, OpenAPI 3 definitions with drf-spectacular
This tutorial shows how to build a Django app with REST Framework and create OpenAPI 3 definitions with awesome library drf-spectacular.

Pandas Alternatives Benchmarked - Dask vs Ray vs Modin vs Vaex 
In this video we benchmark some of the python pandas alternative libraries and benchmark their speed on a large dataset. We look at four different libraries: Dask, Modin, Ray and Vaex. 

Add custom windows to GDB: Programming the TUI in Python
In this article, the first in a two-part series, you'll learn how to create a window and load it with dynamic content. The real power of the TUI will be shown in the second article, which shows how to display useful information from GDB.

My Favorite Python Tricks for LeetCode Questions
This post shares intermediate-level Python tricks. It also covers some newer features of Python you may not have started using yet. 

Python Firebase Authentication Integration with FastAPI
Firebase authentication is Google Cloud Platform's user management system. Here's how to integrate it with FastAPI.

Automatically Create NBA Highlights With a Few Lines of Python Code
Leveraging open-source computer vision models to generate basketball highlights.


Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries

FauxPilot
An attempt to build a locally hosted version of GitHub Copilot. It uses the SalesForce CodeGen models inside of NVIDIA's Triton Inference Server with the FasterTransformer backend.

pydalle
A DALL·E 2 API Wrapper for Python.

Resoto
Resoto creates an inventory of your cloud, provides deep visibility, and reacts to changes in your infrastructure.

django-denied
An authorization system based exclusively on allow lists.

Truss
Serve any model without boilerplate code.

DeathSleep
A PoC implementation for an evasion technique to terminate the current thread and restore it before resuming execution, while implementing page protection changes during no execution.

Mealie
Mealie is a self hosted recipe manager and meal planner with a RestAPI backend and a reactive frontend application built in Vue for a pleasant user experience for the whole family. 


New Releases

SciPy 1.9.0
It contains many new features, numerous bug-fixes, improved test coverage and better documentation. There have been a number of deprecations and API changes in this release, which are documented in the release notes.

Django 4.1 released
The release notes cover the profusion of new features in detail, but a few highlights are:
  • An async interface to the ORM, and the ability to define async handlers on class-based views.
  • The use of ORM-defined database constraints in model validation.
  • Better form rendering accessibility and output style customization.

Python 3.10.6
Python 3.10.6 is the newest major release of the Python programming language, and it contains many new features and optimizations.


Upcoming Events and Webinars

Cleveland Python Meetup August 2022
There will be a talk, Discord Bots in Python.

Virtual: PyRVA
What is refactoring? How do you know what to do? When should you do it? In this talk, we will get a primer on refactoring.
 
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