#Real Python

Visualizing Data in Python With Seaborn

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the Python seaborn library to produce statistical data analysis plots to allow you to better visualize your data. You'll learn how to use both its traditional classic interface and more modern objects interface.
#intermediate #data-viz #data-science
By | Mar 13, 2024

Python News: What's New From February 2024

February 2024 sees Python security updates and the introduction of a Rust-based tool for packaging, while the Python community gears up for PyCon US and the PSF enhances support with Grants Program Office Hours.
By | Mar 11, 2024

#Python Insider

Python 3.13.0 alpha 5 is now available

By Thomas Wouters | Mar 13, 2024


Issue #620 – Celery, Context Managers, Data Wrangling, and More

By | Mar 12, 2024

#Django Stars

Top 20 Most-Used Django Packages and Libraries

#Python & Django #Backend
By Alex Ryabtsev | Mar 13, 2024

#Photon Designer

Simply add (and export) data from your Django database with YAML (3 mins) 🧮

Speed up your time to useful content. A simple guide to adding and exporting data using YAML and Django's management commands
By Photon Designer | Mar 13, 2024

The simplest way to add a Django worker (Using AWS Chalice) 🍷

Add an AWS lambda function, with async invocation for background tasks, to development and production (plus GitHub Actions deployment)
By Photon Designer | Mar 16, 2024

#Python Library

Python 3.13 Allows Disabling of the GIL + subinterpreters

Python 3.13 adds the ability to remove the Global Interpreter Lock (GIL) per PEP 703. Just this past week, a PR was merged in that allows the disabling of the GIL using a command line flag or an environment variable in free-threaded builds. Note that Python must be built using the Py_GIL_DISABLED flag for this
#beginner #Python 3
By Mike | Mar 14, 2024

NEW COURSE: Python 101 Video Course on Udemy and TutorialsPoint

I recently put my Python 101 Video Course up on Udemy and TutorialsPoint. There are one thousand free copies of the course available on Udemy by using the following link: https://www.udemy.com/course/python-101-c/?couponCode=A9CBEA3F6A1790FA40FF If you prefer TutorialsPoint, you can get a free copy here: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/python-101-with-mike-driscoll/index.asp Use coupon code: py101 The Python 101 video course is also available
#beginner #Python
By Mike | Mar 13, 2024

#406 – Matthias

Weeknotes (2024 week 11)

Weeknotes (2024 week 11)Estimates
Jacob wrote an excellent post on breaking down tasks. I did like the post a lot. Maybe I’ll write a longer reply later, but for now just this. There definitely are good reasons for the pushback against estimati…
By Matthias Kestenholz | Mar 16, 2024

Eleven months of static site generation

Eleven months of static site generationAlmost eleven months have gone by since I last wrote about the static site generator script I’m using for this website.
What has changed in the meantime?

The build script is 40 lines shorter.
Code snippet…
By Matthias Kestenholz | Mar 15, 2024

django-prose-editor – Prose-editing component for the Django admin

django-prose-editor – Prose-editing component for the Django adminDuring the last few days I have been working on a prose-editing component for
the Django admin which will replace the basically dead
django-ckeditor in all of my
projects. It is based …
By Matthias Kestenholz | Mar 13, 2024