TLWI Python #28

Hey there, newsletter family! It's another week and we're back with more exciting tech news and updates.

Are you a Django web developer looking to get insights into your website's traffic? Look no further because our first highlight of the week is for you! Check out Integrating Django framework with Matomo web analytics platform to learn more about how to use the Matomo web analytics platform to give you a clearer understanding of your visitor's behavior on your site. This hack will definitely come in handy when it comes to improving user experience!

Next up is #100DaysofCode Days 1 - 20, a challenge that's taken the world by storm! With 100 days of coding, this challenge encourages you to keep coding every day for a hundred days. It doesn't matter what you code, it could be anything from working on a new project, trying out new frameworks, or just to improve your coding skills. What's important is that you keep the momentum going and remain consistent. Check it out and join other coders on this exciting journey!

If you've ever wanted to scrape data from Google Play Search Apps, then you should definitely check out Scrape Google Play Search Apps in Python. Learn how you can gather information and analyze data from various apps. This hack is a great way to improve your data analysis and data scraping skills.

We all know how tedious it can be to manually type out the type parameters in Python. Now, with Optional static typing for Python, you can make your code more concise and easily readable. So, if you're a fan of statically typed languages and you're tired of manually typing out the type parameters, then you should definitely check this one out.

Last but not least, Customize Python Discord bot! If you're new to Discord bots, this is the perfect tutorial for you. Learn how to create a Python-powered Discord bot that is tailored to suit your needs. It's an awesome way to add more functionality to your Discord server, and the best part is that you can customize it to your liking!

That's it for this week's newsletter, folks. Stay safe, keep learning and have a fantastic week ahead!


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