TLWI Python #2
Happy Obsidian October, newsletter readers! It’s the perfect month to sharpen your skills, learn new things and watch the leaves change color. And you know what else is perfect? This week’s newsletter! We’ve got a variety of links that will take you on a journey of learning, technology and fun. So, buckle up and let’s get started!
If you’re looking to up your templating game, we’ve got just the treat for you. Check out Templater Treats – a collection of 60+ templates to improve your Obsidian productivity, ranging from simple daily notes to complex project management setups. Trust us, these templates will make your Obsidian experience even more amazing!
Python fans, we’ve got something for you too! Have you heard of FastAPI? It’s a fast (duh!) API framework based on standard Python type hints. It’s intuitive, easy to use and enables lightning-fast development. So, if you want to level up your Python API game, give it a try.
Are you into surveillance technology? Then you’re in for a treat! This week’s newsletter is featuring a product that will revolutionize your IP cameras experience. Meet NVR with realtime local object detection. This product will give you real-time control over your cameras’ activities and allow you to detect objects on the fly. You don’t have to be an expert in security cameras to appreciate this one.
Our next link is for Python developers who want to take their game to the next level. If you’re not familiar with callable(), it’s time to get acquainted. This powerful Python function is used to determine if a given object is callable (can be called as a function) or not. It’s handy to have in your toolbox and will make your coding life easier.
Last but not least, Anvil’s new Beta Editor is here! If you’re not familiar with Anvil, it’s a powerful platform for building full-stack web apps in Python. The new beta editor is loaded with new features like drag-and-drop layout, bulk uploading, and a brand-new IDE. If you’re into app development, you don’t want to miss this one.
That’s it for this week’s newsletter, folks. We hope you’ve enjoyed our fun and engaging roundup of links. Until next time, keep learning, growing and having fun!
Updates From The Python Blog
- Python 3.11.0a1 is available - Thursday, October 7, 2021
Hot Python Articles This Week On Reddit
Our Article Picks
- Mwenda Harun Mbaabu: Building A Payment Application using Python Flask Framework, Docker and the Beyonic API.
- Snehal Adbol: What is Django, and why you should learn it?
- Vidhya Varshany: UnFamiliar Awesome Freebies for Developers 👨🏻💻👩🏻💻
- AmnaAbd: Python ZTM Cheatsheet
- Siddhant Goel: How you can track your personal finances using Python 🐍
- Tyler Hawkins: Build a Plagiarism Checker Using Machine Learning
- Aaron Bassett: Structured logging in Python
- Adarsh Punj: Create a menubar app for macOS, just using Python
- ZigRazor: Hacktoberfest Beginners and Advanced Repos to Contribute to
- Sijey: YouTube Music API
- Saharsh Laud: Face Detection in just 15 lines of Code! (ft. Python and OpenCV)
- Waylon Walker: Just Ask Ipython for help
- Mage: Product Developers’ guide to customizing data for AI — Part 1: Combine dataframes
- motivatedman: Python Business Idea: What You Must Do If You Know Python
- Geof: BUILD A SIMPLE RESEARCH ASSISTANT WITH PYTHON
- Phylis Jepchumba: Day 2: Introduction to Control Flow in Python
- Roman Sorin: My experience of moving from Laravel to Django
- Brian Macharia: Introduction to TensorFlow
- hrishikesh1990: How to square numbers in Python?
- Srinivas: Python ascii()
- flywind: Nim -- a modern "glue" language like Python
- Aatmaj: Learning Python- Intermediate course: Day 40, Summary of the week and more about OOP
- Cubite: How To Manage Open edX Environment Variables Using Doppler and Automating The Deployment
- Subh: Learn Python-Django , Node-Express , React or Vue
- Sahil: Variables & Data-Types
- Ughur Huseyn: Programmers need types or "The Another Billion Dollar Mistake"
- Aatmaj: Learning Python- Intermediate course: Day 39, OOP-Constructor init
- Srinivas: Python all()
- Aatmaj: Learning Python- Intermediate course: Day 38, OOP
- Sahil: Fun with Fantastic String Data Type in Python
- kuldeep_singh: [Python] Find the Largest Number From a Array.
- Srinivas: Python bytearray()
- Joseph Kariuki: Installing Python3 in Windows10
- Rowida: Which Implementation Should You Use for Stacks In Python?
- Shreyas Soni: Explore Geopolitical data from GDELT
- Adrino Rosario: Hacktoberfest ASCII Art
- Mahmoud EL-kariouny: Python challenge_8
- Srinivas: Python bin()
- AM: Django Cloud Task Queue
- Hai Vu: How to Parse CSV a Text Variable
- Roman Sorin: Handling bulk update or create on Django models through filters
- Neil 🏆: Developing APIs in Python with FastAPI
- Avi Arora: Complete Glossary of Keras Optimizers and When to Use Them (With Code)
- Ben Gamble: Building a realtime ticket booking solution with Kafka, FastAPI, and Ably
- Aditya Priyadarshi: How to print "Hello, World!"💻
- Srinivas: Python bytes()
- Srinivas: Python callable()
- Srinivas: Python complex()
- Hannah: Django Channels - A Simple Chat App Part 3
- whykay 👩🏻💻🐈🏳️🌈 (she/her): EuroPython 2021: All edited videos now available
- Joseph Mania: Why I seduced Django
- Srinivas: Python bool()
- Ermin D: Data Science Course Subscription
- mayank chaurasiya: Differences between *args and **kwargs in Python?
- Amal Shaji: Mockend - The super cool mock API generator
- Joe Holmes: Templater Treats for Obsidian October
- Eli Holderness: Anvil's new Beta Editor is here!
- cloudytech147: Parse/Read XML Document in Python
- Ashish Salunkhe: Machine Learning meets DevOps: MLOps
- teamdevops: Comment approvisionner ses environnements avec vagrant #DevOpsRoadMap
Our Repo Picks
- PrefectHQ/prefect (Python): The easiest way to automate your data
- rwightman/pytorch-image-models (Python): PyTorch image models, scripts, pretrained weights -- ResNet, ResNeXT, EfficientNet, EfficientNetV2, NFNet, Vision Transformer, MixNet, MobileNet-V3/V2, RegNet, DPN, CSPNet, and more
- ansible/ansible (Python): Ansible is a radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy and maintain. Automate everything from code deployment to network configuration to cloud management, in a language that approaches plain English, using SSH, with no agents to install on remote systems. https://docs.ansible.com.
- public-apis/public-apis (Python): A collective list of free APIs
- TheAlgorithms/Python (Python): All Algorithms implemented in Python
- tsoding/porth (Python): It's like Forth but in Python
- Harsha200105/DesktopAssistant (Python): A Virtual Desktop Assistant Written in Python
- localstack/localstack (Python): 💻 A fully functional local AWS cloud stack. Develop and test your cloud & Serverless apps offline!
- sqlfluff/sqlfluff (Python): A SQL linter and auto-formatter for Humans
- projectdiscovery/nuclei-templates (Python): Community curated list of templates for the nuclei engine to find security vulnerabilities.
- tiangolo/fastapi (Python): FastAPI framework, high performance, easy to learn, fast to code, ready for production
- yt-dlp/yt-dlp (Python): A youtube-dl fork with additional features and fixes
- xinntao/Real-ESRGAN (Python): Real-ESRGAN aims at developing Practical Algorithms for General Image Restoration.
- EtteGit/EnragedRabbitProject (Python): undefined
- nerdyrodent/VQGAN-CLIP (Python): Just playing with getting VQGAN+CLIP running locally, rather than having to use colab.
- pytorch/vision (Python): Datasets, Transforms and Models specific to Computer Vision
- trailofbits/algo (Python): Set up a personal VPN in the cloud
- Mashiro2000/HeyTapTask (Python): 适配青龙面板/云函数/本地运行的欢太商城脚本
- nvbn/thefuck (Python): Magnificent app which corrects your previous console command.
- d2l-ai/d2l-en (Python): Interactive deep learning book with multi-framework code, math, and discussions. Adopted at 200 universities.
- pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks (Python): Some out-of-the-box hooks for pre-commit
- dagster-io/dagster (Python): A data orchestrator for machine learning, analytics, and ETL.
- blakeblackshear/frigate (Python): NVR with realtime local object detection for IP cameras
- python-telegram-bot/python-telegram-bot (Python): We have made you a wrapper you can't refuse
- PyCQA/pylint (Python): It's not just a linter that annoys you!
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