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Build a GUI Calculator With PyQt and Python
In this video course, you’ll learn how to create graphical user interface (GUI) applications with Python and PyQt. Once you’ve covered the basics, you’ll build a fully functional desktop calculator that can respond to user events with concrete actions.

Satellites Spotting Ships
Umbra Space has released a data set consisting of satellite based radar images of shipping. This article from Mark shows you how to grab the data, visualize, and annotate it.

Discover the Power of Observability With Pydantic Logfire
Logfire, by the makers of Pydantic, is an observability platform that will help you understand your app’s behavior with less code and time. Built on OpenTelemetry, it features user-friendly dashboards, SQL querying, and Python-specific integrations. Get started today →

Modern Good Practices for Python Development
This is a very detailed list of best practices for developing in Python. It includes tools, language features, application design, which libraries to use an more.

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Build a Guitar Synthesizer: Play Musical Tablature in Python
In this tutorial, you’ll build a guitar synthesizer using the Karplus-Strong algorithm in Python. You’ll model vibrating strings, simulate strumming techniques, read musical notation and tablature, and apply audio effects. By the end, you’ll have created a digital guitar that can play any song. This tutorial was also discussed on Real Python Podcast Episode #210.

Python’s Security Model After the xz-utils Backdoor
The backdoor introduced to the xz-utils compression project through social engineering was one of the topics at the Python Language Summit. Participants discussed what can be done to prevent similar social engineering attacks on the Python source.

Authentication Your Whole Team Will Love
“With PropelAuth, I think I’ve spent about a day – total – on auth over the past year.” PropelAuth is easy to integrate and provides all the tools your team needs to manage your users - dashboards, user insights, impersonation, SSO and more →

Running Prettier Against Django or Jinja Templates
“Prettier” is a JavaScript based linting tool for templates. For folks not familiar with the world of npm, it can be a bit daunting to get it going. Simon fiddled with it so you don’t have to and posted how he got it working on his system.

Write Less Code, You Must
An often overlooked aspect of software development is architecture at the module & function level. It is important to write code that is simple and easy to move from one place to another.

Quickstart for Playing With LLMs Locally
This is a simple, quick guide to getting started running LLMs on your local computer. It covers the basics of the powerful libraries Ollama and LangChain for controlling these AI models.
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Under the Hood of Python’s set Data Structure
This tutorial covers hash tables, collision handling, performance optimization and how it relates to the implementation of the set data structure in Python.

Ways to Have an Atomic Counter in Django
Keeping a counter across objects in Django means having to be careful about race conditions. This article outlines several approaches to the problem.

Saying Thanks to Open Source Maintainers
Brett talks about the different ways you can support the many maintainers of open source projects, and often times just saying “thanks” means a lot.

A Guide to Python’s Weak References
Learn all about weak references in Python: reference counting, garbage collection, and practical uses of the weakref module
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Creating Great README Files for Your Python Projects
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create, organize, and format high-quality README files for your Python projects.

Get Terminal Size
This quick TIL post from Rodrigo shows you how to get information about the terminal size from the shutil module.

A Complete Guide to pytest Fixtures
Learn how to use pytest fixtures for writing maintainable and isolated tests.

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Calendar Versioning, Rounding, Generating Test Data, and More

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