Python Weekly – 395 – exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

Time:2020-10-1

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Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

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  • Thread tapping in Python

    • REAL PYTHON
    • video

Learn how to use threading in your Python programs. You’ll see how to create threads, how to coordinate and synchronize them, and how to handle common problems that arise in threading.

(Yes, it is

Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

Basic and not simple, HMM
)

  • Load less data to reduce pandas memory usage

    • ITAMAR TURNER-TRAURING

How to reduce the memory your DataFrame uses at the time it is initially loaded: by dropping columns, lower-range numerical dtypes, and categoricals.

  • The regression of “addition” in Python dictionary

    • JAKE EDGE

An interesting summary of discussions around PEP 584 (“Add + and += operators to the built-in dict class”).

  • Why does it take so long to migrate to Python 3?

    • VICKI BOYKIS

(Yes, it is

Because most projects can’t be moved

)

Related discussion on Hacker News.

  • Django 3.0 RC 1 available

    • DJANGOPROJECT.COM
  • Pycon 2020 tutorial proposal deadline approaching

    • PYCON.BLOGSPOT.COM

discuss

Discussions

  • Use property () for compute intensive tasks

    • RAYMOND HETTINGER

“To a user, attribute-style access is implicitly assumed to be fast. In contrast, a well-named method can communicate workload: raymondh.family_members vs raymondh.scan_entire_social_graph()“

  • Just learning Django, should I wait for the 3.0 tutorial to be released?

    • REDDIT

(Yes, it is

Simply put: no need

)

  • Automated tasks at work Boss Found Out

    • REDDIT

Articles, tutorials and, uh huh

Articles, Tutorials and Talks

  • Getting started with Python idle

    • REAL PYTHON

See how to use the development environment included with your Python installation. Python IDLE is a small program that packs a big punch! You’ll learn how to use Python IDLE to interact with Python directly, work with Python files, and improve your development workflow.

(Yes, it is

Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

Although idle is good, it can be drunk

This is the 21st century, why should I use idle? What’s so hard to say? Let’s have a good time

Integrated Development and Learning Environment

People are used to learn, to develop really embarrassed

)

  • When your data doesn’t fit in memory: basic techniques

    • ITAMAR TURNER-TRAURING
    • • Shared by ITAMAR TURNER-TRAURING

Python techniques for processing “bigger than RAM” data on a single computer, with minimal setup, and as much as possible using the same libraries you’re already using.

  • Unconventional security and asynchronous restful API with SSH

    • TRYEXCEPTPASS.ORG
    • • Shared by Cristian Medina

How to build secure asynchronous APIs in Python using Korv and AsyncSSH that listen on TCP sockets over SSH sessions.

  • Pandas groupby: Python data grouping Guide

    • REAL PYTHON

Learn how to work adeptly with the Pandas GroupBy facility while mastering ways to manipulate, transform, and summarize data. You’ll work with real-world datasets and chain GroupBy methods together to get data in an output that suits your purpose.

(Yes, it is

Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

This is also one of the artifacts

)

  • Get on your cell phone (or anywhere)

    • UMAR KHAN

How to host Jupyter notebooks on your own server so you can access them anywhere, even with your mobile phone.

(Yes, it is

In fact, the official documents all say… It’s just that it’s too heavy
Azure provides you with a good

)

  • How to port awk script to Python

    • MOSHE ZADKA

(Yes, it is

Why are you so upset?

)

  • Performance analysis of Django with DTrace and cprofile

    • SEBASTIAN WIEDENROTH

(Yes, it is

DTrace ~ Solaris contribution artifact

)

  • Pycon Africa 2019 (review)

    • REAL PYTHON

(Yes, it is

Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

The real boa took the lead in Africa

)

  • “Int” removes the space string

    • REUVEN LERNER

(Yes, it is

Dad Guido is too skinny. He will be a humbleint()The conversion function is so powerful

)

Good thing

Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries, Projects & Code

  • Modin: Pandas workflow acceleration

    • GITHUB.COM/MODIN-PROJECT

(Yes, it is

Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

Wait, it’s like this is what jupyter did before

A line of perfect acceleration of pandas’ calculations

import modin.pandas as pd

)

  • Viewflow: a reusable workflow library for Django

    • GITHUB.COM/VIEWFLOW

(Yes, it is

Wait a minute. Do you want to steal the business of odoo?

)

  • Django FSM: an easy to use finite state machine for Django

    • GITHUB.COM/VIEWFLOW
  • Django River: Django workflow Library

    • GITHUB.COM/JAVRASYA

(Yes, it is

This project has a good name

)

  • Brachiograph: the cheapest / simplest pen plotter

    • BRACHIOGRAPH.ART
  • AdTK: unsupervised anomaly detection in time series

    • GITHUB.COM/ARUNDO

(Yes, it is

Python Weekly - 395 - exciting module ~ writing Python program with emoticons

)

  • Slim4py: Ruby slim as Python template engine

    • GITHUB.COM/MULTIVERSECODER

(Yes, it is

Wait… Rubista defected?

)

  • Makefile.venv : managing Python virtual environment with makefile

    • GITHUB.COM/SIO

(Yes, it is

Hum? This is very just. Shen Youxia said:

Each program ape
Lifetime
I will finish my makefile

As a general tool, make has reached the perfect level,
It’s just that there’s very little mass propaganda,
However, when it comes to general / compatibility, there is really no tool like the one released in April 1976, 43 years ago:
GNU make

)

  • Jenkins API: Python API for Jenkins Ci

    • PYPI.ORG

(Yes, it is

Java’s domain will be swallowed up in Python

)

  • Python Ji: writing python with emoticons

    • GITHUB.COM/GAHJELLE

(Yes, it is

import pandas as 🐼
from numpy import random as 🔀

# Define a dataframe and print it to the console
📋 = 🐼.DataFrame(
    {
        "😀": ["🐼", "🐍", "🦁"],
        "🏷️": ["Panda", "Python", "Lion"],
        "💯": 🔀.randint(2, 5, size=3),
    },
).set_index("😀")
print(📋)

# Do some arithmetic with the dataframe
🔤 = f" Pythonji {' '.join(📋.index)}"
🔢 = 📋.loc["🐍", "💯"] + 📋.loc["🐼", "💯"]
print(🔤 * 🔢)    

The question is how to input it

)

Events / conferences

Events, meetup is really the global offline activity organization center

  • ⋅ PyData Bristol Meetup

    • November 21, 2019
    • UK
  • ⋅ Python Northwest

    • November 21, 2019
    • UK
  • ⋅ PyLadies Dublin

    • November 21, 2019
    • Germany
  • ⋅ PyDelhi User Group Meetup

    • November 23, 2019
    • India

DAMA

❤️ Happy Pythonic ;-(Aunt's private broadcasting without responsibility)

  • Python introduction class

    • Issue 4
    • 101camp4py

Phase 4 has been launched for 6 weeks;

191124 registration closed
191201 officially opened
200112 ends on time
  • JohnCoates/Aerial: Apple TV Aerial Screensaver for Mac

    • macOS
    • Screen saver

(Yes, it is

Netizens recommend, for the soul

)

Yes, it is

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  • First issue: issue 395 ~ magazine ~ gathering global events; -)
  • Improvement: issue-395.md

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Registration entrance – > https://py.101.camp/

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