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What’s New in Django 5.1
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Quiz: How to Create Pivot Tables With Pandas
This quiz is designed to push your knowledge of pivot tables a little bit further. You won’t find all the answers by reading the tutorial, so you’ll need to do some investigating on your own. By finding all the answers, you’re sure to learn some other interesting things along the way.
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PEP 649 Re-targeted to 3.14
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Testing With Python: The Different Types of Tests
This is part 5 of a deep dive into writing automated tests, but also works well as an independent article. This post talks about the taxonomy of testing, like the differences between unit and integration tests, and how nobody can quite agree on a definition of either.
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Python’s Built-in Exceptions: A Walkthrough With Examples
In this tutorial, you’ll get to know some of the most commonly used built-in exceptions in Python. You’ll learn when these exceptions can appear in your code and how to handle them. Finally, you’ll learn how to raise some of these exceptions in your code.
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Software Engineering Hiring and Firing
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Enabling Async MongoDB Operations in Streamlit
Streamlit is a wonderful tool for building dashboards with its peculiar execution model, but using asyncio data sources with it can be a real pain. This article is about how you correctly use those two technologies together.
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EuroPython 2024 Announces Keynote Speakers
EuroPython happens in Prague July 8-14 and as the conference approaches more and more is happening. This posting from their May newsletter highlights the keynotes and other announcements.
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Writing Commit Messages
This guide admits to being “yet another”, but unlike most that are out there, spends less time discussing the cosmetic aspects of a good commit message and more time on the content.
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PSF Announces 5-Year Sponsorship Commitment From Fastly
Python Software Foundation securing this sponsorship affects the entire Python ecosystem, most notably the security and reliability of the Python Package Index (PyPI).
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Untold Stories From 6 Years Working on Python Packaging
Sumana gave the closing keynote address at PyCon US this year and this posting shares all the links and references from the talk.
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The Python calendar Module: Create Calendars With Python
Learn to use the Python calendar module to create and customize calendars in plain text, HTML or directly in your terminal.
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TIL: Accessibility Resources #2
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