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Where Exactly Does Python 3.11 Get Its Speedup?
This deep dive into Python 3.11’s speed-up walks you through nine different optimizations that contribute to the 25% performance improvement in CPython.

Python Basics: Scopes
In this video course, you’ll learn what scope is and why it’s important to coding functions and loops in Python. You’ll also get to know the LEGB rule.

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Getting Started With Google APIs in Python
A crash course in using Python and Google APIs to automate all the things you do with Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar, or any other Google API
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Django Bugfix Release: 4.1.3

PyTorch 1.13 Release

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PEP 603: Adding a Frozenmap Type to Collections

What Tools Find Syntax Errors Without Stopping?

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More Suspicious PyPI Packages
Researchers at Phylum have come across over a dozen new malicious uploads to PyPI. Many of them are copy-pasted versions of legitimate packages that have been renamed and had malicious code inserted. This detailed article shows some of the tactics used by the black-hats.

Adding a GraphQL API to Starlette Using Strawberry
GraphQL has become the de facto standard for servers to offer APIs to clients, due to the flexibility it offers. This article talks about how you can build a GraphQL API in a Starlette application using Strawberry, a new GraphQL library inspired by dataclasses.
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Ten Tasty Ingredients for a Delicious Pull Request
LB is a core team member of the open source project Wagtail, and as such has a lot of experience dealing with community contributions. This article talks about how to be a good contributor whether for your next OSS PR or within your own organization.

Web Automation: Don’t Use Selenium, Use Playwright
Playwright is an open source alternative to Selenium created by Microsoft. It includes click-and-record functionality that directly generates a Python script. Read on for why Shantnu recommends it.

Should You Update to the Latest Python Bugfix Version?
What’s the significance of the third digit in a Python version number? In this tutorial, you’ll learn more about Python bugfix versions and whether you need to care about them.

The Meaning of “Invalid Syntax”
Python’s “invalid syntax” error message comes up often, especially when you’re first learning Python. What usually causes this error and how can you fix it?

The Right and Wrong Way to Set Python 3 as Default on a Mac
“There are several ways to get started with Python 3 on macOS, but one way is better than the others.” Learn the approaches and which you should choose.

Getting Started With InfluxDB and Pandas
In this tutorial, learn how to query from an InfluxDB instance, return the data as a DataFrame, and explore some data science resources to help you take advantage of the Pandas functionality.

Caching Trick for Python Web Applications
This brief article shows you how to use context managers to provide caching tools information on how long items should stay in memory.

Method Chaining in Pandas: Bad Form or a Recipe for Success?
Python trainer Matt Harrison has been creating a bit of a stir. Some of his pandas examples have elicited criticism from different folks in the Twitterverse. Dave Amos interviews Matt to discuss the pros and cons of his approach.
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File-Injector: Store Any File in an Image Using Steganography

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