TLWI Python #17

Welcome back, dear readers! We hope you're having a smashing start to the week. In this edition, we've curated some exciting resources that might pique your interest. Get ready to delve deeper into the world of Python with these awesome links(pun intended).

First up, we have a beginner-friendly tutorial on Web Scraping with Python 101. Scouring the depths of the internet for data might be a daunting task, but this tutorial breaks it down into digestible chunks. From handling HTTP requests to parsing HTML content, you'll be scraping like a pro in no time.

Next, we have an intriguing insight into using Python and Selenium to solve the "Wordle" Game. For those not in the know, "Wordle" is a popular word game that's been making the rounds on social media. This article gives you a glimpse into how you can use automation with Python and Selenium to solve the game. Intrigued? We sure were!

Are you on the lookout for ways to Find Available Ports with Python? Look no further! This article explores how you can use Python to find out which ports are available for use on your system. From checking ports within a range to checking if a specific port is open, this tutorial covers it all!

If you've been keeping up with our past newsletters, you'd know that we're big fans of AI and Machine Learning. The Facebook AI Research Sequence-to-Sequence Toolkit written in Python is a game-changer when it comes to natural language processing. This toolkit makes it easier to develop applications that can process large amounts of language data, turning tasks that would otherwise be incredibly difficult or even impossible into child's play.

Finally, we have an excellent resource for those looking to optimize their deep learning models with DeepSpeed. This library makes distributed training easy, efficient, and effective, even on large clusters. With real-time feedback and minimal setup, DeepSpeed is perfect for those looking to streamline their deep learning workflow.

That's it for this week folks! Stay tuned for another edition, and don't forget to let us know what you thought of this newsletter. Till next time!


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