TLWI Python #30

Hey there, fellow tech enthusiasts!

Welcome to this week's edition of our newsletter. We hope you're having a great week so far and are excited to bring you some interesting reads to liven up your day.

First up is a must-read for all Python developers out there - How to Count max concurrency of a word in given list of sentences. If you're looking to up your Python skills, this article will give you a great insight into concurrency and how to count it. Trust us, this might just be the hack you've been looking for.

Next, we've got a quick, easy-to-follow guide on How to correctly close files in Python. We all know how important it is to have clean, efficient code that doesn't slow down your system. So, if you're a beginner or even an experienced Pythonista, give this article a read and brush up on some essential file handling techniques.

If you're a fan of automation and short scripts that help make your workflow smoother, check out Another Simple Python File Renaming Script. This one's a real lifesaver when you need to process lots of files quickly and efficiently - and who doesn't love a good time-saver?

Moving on, we've got a fascinating article about My approach building a serverless application that notifies me of gasoline prices. If you're interested in cloud computing and serverless architecture, this one's for you. Get an insight into building an application that keeps you informed about gasoline prices - great for road trippers or car enthusiasts.

Last but not least, we have an important piece about Google Analytics - Goodbye, Google Analytics - Why and How You Should Leave The Platform. As privacy concerns become more prominent, it's important to stay informed and aware of where your data is being collected and used. This article presents a thorough breakdown of the reasons why you should consider saying goodbye to Google Analytics, and also offers some great alternatives to consider.

That's all for now, folks! We hope you found something valuable in this week's newsletter. As always, feel free to drop us a line with any comments or suggestions. Until next time!


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