TLWI Python #19
Hey there amazing readers! It's that time of the week again, and we have yet another exciting edition of our newsletter for you. We have scoured the internet to bring you the latest and greatest tech finds that we know you'll love. Brace yourself as we introduce you to our five must-read articles of the week!
Our first important reference takes us into the world of data analysis. If you're into sales analysis or a growing data enthusiast, you don't want to miss out on our Sales Trend Analysis With Pandas article. You'll learn how to import data, handle time series data, and much more in this data-driven analysis journey.
Next up, important reference is a fantastic tool for music lovers. Have you ever wished you could listen to your favorite Spotify playlists offline without having to pay a subscription fee? Our Download your Spotify playlists and songs along with album art and metadata article is the answer to your prayers. Find out how to download your playlists and songs using YouTube as your source of media, and never worry about buffering or ads again.
If you're a Discord user and you're not already using important reference Pypresence, you'll want to read our third article. Our tutorial on Richpresence in discord using pypresence will show you how to level up your Discord game by adding a custom status. Say goodbye to the boring 'playing' status and make your profile stand out with this awesome feature.
In our fourth article, important reference you'll learn about the amazing Discord API wrapper, Pycord. If you're a Python enthusiast and love creating bots or projects using the Discord API, Pycord is just what you need. The maintained fork of discord.py is simple to use and has fantastic documentation, which means you can spend more time creating your project and less time pulling your hair out.
Our final important reference is for our social media lovers. Do you want to boost your Insta-engagement? Our Instagram Bot - Tool for automated Instagram interactions is the perfect solution. This tool automates interactions on Instagram by liking, commenting, and following other users' accounts within your target audience. Say hello to more followers, comments, and likes, and watch your engagement soar.
That's it for this week, folks! We hope you enjoyed reading and learning about these fantastic tech finds. Stay tuned for our next newsletter, filled with even more exciting articles to add to your reading list.
Updates From The Python Blog
- Python 3.11.0a5 is available - Thursday, February 3, 2022
Hot Python Articles This Week On Reddit
- The Black formatter goes stable - release 22.1.0 (7 days ago)
Our Article Picks
- Sm0ke: Simple Flask API Server For Beginners - With Sample Code
- Matt Bacchi: A Gentle Introduction to AWS Lambda
- Martin Heinz: Creating Beautiful Tracebacks with Python's Exception Hooks
- Jorge Alvarado: Another way of working with temporary files
- Jim Bennett: Auto-posting to dev.to using a GitHub action
- Bas codes: Use Azure Functions to Periodically Download Your Tweet Stats
- InvalidLenni: Richpresence in discord using pypresence - Tutorial
- Chris Noring: How you can learn Python with this 11 part series
- ankit-brijwasi: Have you tried the unpack operator in python?
- Bas codes: Using Azure Blob Storage Triggers in Python (to Analyse Your Tweet Stats)
- Tib: The difficult road to Perl
- Bas codes: A Comprehensive Guide to Slicing in Python
- InvalidLenni: Day 1 of 100DaysOfCode
- himanshuseth004: Getting Started With Selenium Python [Tutorial]
- Tomasz Wegrzanowski: 100 Languages Speedrun: Episode 75: Abstract Syntax Trees with Python ANTLR 4
- Lucifer25x: Simple Password Strength checker bot (using Python)
- Lucas Gabriel: Monitorar servidor Python Flask com Prometheus e Grafana
- InvalidLenni: Day 5 of 100DaysOfCode
- Matt Curcio: 100 Days of Data Science
- lary mak: Python Beginners Guide - Functions
- Sam Sonter: The Difference between Static and Class methods in Python.
- InvalidLenni: Day 6 of 100DaysOfCode
- Aswin Rajeev: How to build chat into a Flask App with a chat API
- Tomasz Wegrzanowski: 100 Languages Speedrun: Episode 74: Python ANTLR 4
- David Mezzetti: Workflow Scheduling
- Waylon Walker: Lambda Function as a Kedro Node
- Raman Bansal: How to bypass captcha in python using 2captcha
- Nelson Adonis Hernández: AWS S3 with Python
- Moumen: Wikipedia Python Tutorial
- Ivan Porollo: Setting up data monitoring for Snowflake
- lary mak: Python Beginner's Guide - Data Types
- Tomasz Wegrzanowski: 100 Languages Speedrun: Episode 76: Python SLY
- Mohammad Alim: Seven Pythonic Functions You Should Know
- Tomasz Wegrzanowski: 100 Languages Speedrun: Episode 78: Better Whenever Interpreter with Python and SLY
- Muhammad Ahsan: Using Python for Contributing to Open Source
- Simon Green: Weekly Challenge 149
- ouabi1999: flask react app
- Viper: Plotting High Quality Plots in Python with Plotly and Clufflinks
- Mahesh Prajapati: Docker-compose-ing a Django App - for complete starters
- Baransel: Python Set and Frozenset
- Melissa Guachun: Binary Tree Inorder Traversal
- abdulrehman ajmal: How to Train a YOLO-V5 Model on Custom Dataset.
- Dmitriy Zub ☀️: Scrape Google Play Store App in Python
- Mahmoud EL-kariouny: Python challenge_15
- Shashi Vardhan: Popular Contest
- Marianna: Flask App Login with Google
- VORG: Simple Web Apps quickly made in Python
- Raman Bansal: Extracting Wikipedia data in Python 2022
- Wulfi: Make an Instagram bot in Python
- Wulfi: GENERATE A QR Code with just three lines in PYTHON
- Code Review Doctor: 11% of Python files are not closed! Affecting Google, Python.org, Ansible, Tensorflow ...
- InvalidLenni: 2 Day of 100 Days of Code
- Miguel Brito: 15 Easy Ways to Trim a String in Python
- Nathan Pham: Shapes Classifier: Sklearn tutorial but scuffed
- Katarina Supe: Building robust applications using GQLAlchemy
- Susmita Dey: Play Song In Python Using PlaySound Module
- AC Nice: Sales Trend Analysis With Pandas
- Todd Birchard: Async HTTP Requests with Aiohttp & Aiofiles
- Yasser Cherfaoui: How to make CMS with Django ?
- Waylon Walker: Find all Headings with BeautifulSoup
Our Repo Picks
- psf/black (Python): The uncompromising Python code formatter
- Textualize/textual (Python): Textual is a TUI (Text User Interface) framework for Python inspired by modern web development.
- github/copilot-docs (Python): Documentation for GitHub Copilot
- Jxck-S/plane-notify (Python): Notify If a selected plane has taken off or landed using OpenSky or ADS-B Exchange data. Compares older data to newer data to determine if a landing or takeoff has occurred. As well as nav modes, emergency squawk and resolution advisory notifications. Can output to Twitter, Discord, and Pushbullet
- ThioJoe/YT-Spammer-Purge (Python): Allows you easily scan for and delete scam comments using several methods.
- RunaCapital/awesome-oss-alternatives (Python): Awesome list of open-source startup alternatives to well-known SaaS products 🚀
- deepset-ai/haystack (Python): 🔍 Haystack is an open source NLP framework that leverages Transformer models. It enables developers to implement production-ready neural search, question answering, semantic document search and summarization for a wide range of applications.
- josephmisiti/awesome-machine-learning (Python): A curated list of awesome Machine Learning frameworks, libraries and software.
- yt-dlp/yt-dlp (Python): A youtube-dl fork with additional features and fixes
- Chia-Network/chia-blockchain (Python): Chia blockchain python implementation (full node, farmer, harvester, timelord, and wallet)
- netbox-community/netbox (Python): Infrastructure resource modeling for network automation. Open source under Apache 2. Public demo: https://demo.netbox.dev
- dwyl/english-words (Python): 📝 A text file containing 479k English words for all your dictionary/word-based projects e.g: auto-completion / autosuggestion
- vinta/awesome-python (Python): A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources
- zabbix/community-templates (Python): Zabbix Community Templates repository
- donnemartin/system-design-primer (Python): Learn how to design large-scale systems. Prep for the system design interview. Includes Anki flashcards.
- InstaPy/InstaPy (Python): 📷 Instagram Bot - Tool for automated Instagram interactions
- OWASP/CheatSheetSeries (Python): The OWASP Cheat Sheet Series was created to provide a concise collection of high value information on specific application security topics.
- Pycord-Development/pycord (Python): Pycord, a maintained fork of discord.py, is a python wrapper for the Discord API
- dortania/OpenCore-Legacy-Patcher (Python): Experience macOS just like before
- anasty17/mirror-leech-telegram-bot (Python): Aria/qBittorrent Telegram mirror/leech bot
- spotDL/spotify-downloader (Python): Download your Spotify playlists and songs along with album art and metadata (from YouTube if a match is found).
- pallets/click (Python): Python composable command line interface toolkit
- mindsdb/mindsdb (Python): In-Database Machine Learning
- newren/git-filter-repo (Python): Quickly rewrite git repository history (filter-branch replacement)
- iterativv/NostalgiaForInfinity (Python): Trading strategy for the Freqtrade crypto bot
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