Python News Digest 21 - 27.09

Get started with async programming in Python, learn about 10 tools Python webdevs should explore, check the matplotlib Titles tutorial and more
27 September 2019   330

Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here's new Frontend news digest.

In this digest you be able to get started with async programming in Python, learn about the updates of Hypothetis and command exectuion trick with subprocess. Also, learn about a Gooey, which will allow you turn almost every Python command line program to a one line app


        • Getting Started With Async Features in Python

        Learn what tools do you need and how can you use Python async features to program asynchronously every day.

        • Command Execution Tricks With subprocess - Designing CI/CD Systems

        See how you can use the subprocess module to execute instructions inside a Docker container that builds and tests your code in an automated CI/CD system

        • Placing matplotlib Titles

        This short tutorial shows you how to use the feature of configurable locations of Matplotlib titles

        • Discontinuous ranges in Python

        Last part of a thrilogy about generating sequences, this time, about it in programms

        • ML with Python: Part-2

        Second part of a machine learning with Python tutorial, which covers the steps that are being made to create ML model.


        • Python wheels, AI/ML, and ABI compatibility

        RedHat blog article on challenges that the AI\ML Python packages popularity brings to ABI compatibility and have to combat them (including using the Python Wheels, but that brings challenges too)


        • Hypothesis-auto

        Extension to Hypothesis, that brings fully automatic tests for type hinted functions

        • Gooey

        Almost every Python command line program can be turn with Gooey to a one line app

        • Espresso

        Neural speech recognition toolkit, fast and end-to-end


        • 10 Tools & Techniques Python Web Developers Should Explore

        Python News Digest 9-15.11

        11 new Python web fraweworks, Selenium base and flupy updates and much more
        15 November 2019   72

        Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here's new Python news digest.

        Learn how to detect natural disasters with Keras and Deep Learning, generate modern worldclouds with stylecloud and about Tornado framework and more


        • Detecting Natural Disasters With Keras and Deep Learning

        You can learn how to automatically detect natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, wildfires, cyclones/hurricanes) with up to 95% accuracy using Keras, Computer Vision, and Deep Learning.

        • Generate Modern Stylish Wordcloud with stylecloud

        Looks pretty good!

        • Unpacking the Quantum Supremacy Benchmark with Python

        Python may be also used for things like that!

        • Tornado Framework for the Modern Web

        Exploring a Tornado web framework use case in low memory environment


        • My Python Development Environment, 2020 Edition

        The co-creator of Django talks about his Python environment

        • 11 new Python web frameworks

        Sanic, Starlette, Masonite and many other, of which you may not even heard of


        • SeleniumBase

        All-in-one framework for web automation, end-to-end testing, and website tours

        • flupy

        Solution implements a fluent interface for chaining multiple method calls as a single python expression

        • Pythran

        Compiler for a subset of the Python language, with a focus on scientific computing


        • The School of 2024

        Hosts (Kelly and Sean, experienced pythonists) discuss plausible trends in machine learning, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, and data science that we may see in schools by 2024