Python-400-no dependency lightweight excel reader / writer

Time:2020-1-14

Original: pycoder’s Weekly – issue 400

Python-400-no dependency lightweight excel reader / writer

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  • Python dictionary iteration: advanced tips and tricks

    • REAL PYTHON
    • video

In this intermediate-level course, you’ll take a deep dive into how to iterate through a dictionary in Python. Dictionaries are a fundamental data structure, and you’ll be able to solve a wide variety of programming problems by iterating through them.

(It is also:

Python-400-no dependency lightweight excel reader / writer

Video tutorial, decisive is the key

)

  • Asgi introduction: the emergence of asynchronous Python web ecosystem

    • FLORIMOND MANCA

“If you were thinking Python had been getting locked into data science, think again! Python web development is back with an async spin, and it’s exciting.” Great writeup!

(It is also:

Just, why?
)

  • 12 alternative trends for Python applications in 2020

    • CRISTIAN MEDINA
    • • Shared by Cristian Medina

A look at the various systems to choose from for packaging and distributing Python code.

(It is also:

After dispersing to cloud / mobile / environment / distribution, there are not many choices and no changes

)

  • Numpy, SciPy, and Pandas: associations with Python

    • REAL PYTHON

Learn what correlation is and how you can calculate it with Python. You’ll use SciPy, NumPy, and Pandas correlation methods to calculate three different correlation coefficients. You’ll also see how to visualize data, regression lines, and correlation matrices with Matplotlib.

(It is also:

Python-400-no dependency lightweight excel reader / writer

Where is the relationship of competition and cooperation

)

  • Python performance tips

    • SKIP MONTANARO

Various tips and tricks that help improve the performance of your Python programs.

  • Django security release: 3.0.1, 2.2.9, and 1.11.27

    • DJANGOPROJECT.COM

Addresses CVE-2019-19844: Potential account hijack via password reset form.

  • Python 3.8.1 release

    • PYTHON.ORG

discuss

Discussions

NIL

Articles, tutorials and uhhuh

Articles, Tutorials and Talks

  • Running python with docker: how to try the latest version of Cpython

    • REAL PYTHON

Learn how to run different Python versions in Docker. By following the examples, you’ll see how you can play with the latest development version of Python, and how to use Dockerfiles to set up Python environments and package your own scripts.

(It is also:

Python-400-no dependency lightweight excel reader / writer

Wait, isn’t docker going to be replaced by k8s?

)

  • How to make Python wait

    • MIGUEL GRINBERG

“For many types of applications, at times it is necessary to pause the running of the program until some external condition occurs. […] In this article I’m going to show you a few different ways to wait.”

  • Python tricks: a series of great Python functions

    • DAN BADER
    • sponsor

Discover Python’s best practices with simple examples and start writing even more beautiful + Pythonic code. “Python Tricks: The Book” shows you exactly how. You’ll master intermediate and advanced-level features in Python with practical examples and a clear narrative. Get the book + video bundle 33% off →

(It is also:

Actually, tricks;
It’s a matter of fact

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  • Python’s built-in IDE is more than idle

    • PYTHONPODCAST.COM
    • podcast

An episode about the IDLE package built into Python and how it reduces the friction associated with learning to program by having an easy to use IDE out of the box.

(It is also:

Start to change idle

)

  • Creating an interactive dashboard from a jupyter notebook

    • CHRIS MOFFITT

This article discusses how to build an interactive dashboard to analyze reddit content and display interactive graphs of the result using Voilà.

(It is also:

There are more and more attempts to change the function of jupyter

)

  • Simplicity is a priority in Python code

    • MOSHE ZADKA

This is part of a series about the Zen of Python. This article focuses on the third and fourth principles: simplicity and complexity.

(It is also:

Import this has been advocated, but also applicable to other development languages

)

  • Using redis in Django

    • ROBLEY GORI

This post introduces you to Redis as a key-value store and uses it in a Django project to explore its functionality.

(It is also:

It depends on Django ORM’s promise

)

  • Dependency injection in python with pinject

    • PEPY.TECH
    • • Shared by Petru Rares Sincraian

Learn the basic principles of Dependency Injection and how to implement it in Python using the Pinject library.

(It is also:

9494, using tools to simplify the expression of complexity is conducive to the true implementation of the new grammar
Well, I think of wins.js again

)

  • Precise unit test with pyhamcrest

    • MOSHE ZADKA

Hamcrest is a Python framework designed to make test assertions easier to write and more precise.

  • Mocking Python image boss

    • PETER KOGAN
    • • Shared by Peter Kogan

The Mock Generator is a library to simplify and shorten the time it takes to write Python mocks.

  • Creating a simple telerobot with telephone

    • MISHA BEHERSKY
    • • Shared by Misha Behersky

Quick tutorial for creating your own bot for the Telegram messenger.

(It is also:

The interface of telegraph network is friendly enough, and the developers are bad enough. No wonder there are more and more support modules

)

  • Python import North

    • CHRIS YEH
    • • Shared by Jonathan Willitts

How to resolve common importing problems in Python 2 and 3.

(It is also:

The title is:

The Definitive Guide to Python import Statements

The ultimate manual

)

  • Advanced introduction of “solid” OOP design principles

    • LARA KATTAN

(It is also:

Company a new Web era is coming

)

Good thing

Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries, Projects & Code

  • NLP Recipes: natural language processing best practices and examples

    • GITHUB.COM/MICROSOFT

(( ̄▽ ̄)

It’s practical. Of course, there’s no Chinese

)

  • Assembly: Python OOP web framework based on flask

    • GITHUB.COM/MARDIX

(It is also:

There are more and more secondary frameworks based on flask, but few based on Django. Why?

)

  • Pretty errors: more beautiful Python stacktrace

    • PYPI.ORG

(It is also:

Python-400-no dependency lightweight excel reader / writer

Finally, I have… Just want to use it right, it’s not so easy

)

  • Osxphotos: accessing Mac OS photos.app Library in Python

    • GITHUB.COM/RHETTBULL

(It is also:

Where does this praise?
)

  • Wemake Python package: Cookie Cutter template for creating new Python packages

    • GITHUB.COM/WEMAKE-SERVICES
  • django-admin-shell: Python Shell for Django Admin Site

    • GITHUB.COM/DJK2
  • Pylightxl: a lightweight excel reader / writer without dependencies

    • PYPI.ORG

(It is also:

In fact, it’s just a drive to write by myself
)

  • Typical: data validation library using Python 3 type annotation

    • PYTHON-TYPICAL.ORG
    • • Shared by Sean Stewart

Events / conferences

Events, meetup is really a global offline activity organization center

  • ⋅ SPb Python Drinkup

    • December 26, 2019
    • Drink up
    • Russia
  • ⋅ PythOnRio Meetup

    • December 28, 2019
    • Brazil
  • ⋅ Python Sheffield

    • December 31, 2019
    • Britain
  • ⋅ Heidelberg Python Meetup

    • January 1, 2020
    • Germany
  • ⋅ STL Python

    • January 1, 2020
    • USA
    • saint_louis
  • ⋅ PiterPy Breakfast

    • January 1, 2020

(It is also:

This breakfast has been 404
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DAMA

❤️ Happy Pythonic ;-(No responsibility for broadcasting)

(( ̄▽ ̄):

Phase 4 has started, lasting for 6 weeks;

Current CH2
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Five years later:

200203 can go online

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  • From 1965 to 2019, the most popular programming language (animation)

    • TWITTER.COM/MARCUSBORBA

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Net red small video also appeared

In the last three seconds, Python is crazy about reversing everything

)

Yes, too.

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