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!


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