TLWI Python #32

Welcome back, friends, to another edition of our weekly newsletter! We've got some exciting links to share with you, so hold onto your hats and get ready to dive into the world of Python.

First up, have you ever wished you could run Python code in your browser or in Node.js? Well, Pyodide might be just what you're looking for. This Python distribution is based on WebAssembly and allows you to run Python code in your browser, giving you the power of Python wherever you go. It's perfect for data science, machine learning, or just for having some fun with Python without needing to install anything on your computer.

Next, we have a fantastic article series called "Writing about Django." In this series, you'll learn all about web development with Django, from setting up your development environment to creating your first web app. If you're new to Django, or just want to brush up on your skills, then part 1 is the perfect place to start.

If you're interested in AWS Cloudfront, then you won't want to miss our "How To Guide For Windows". This AWS Cloudfront Manager Utility guide is perfect for those of you who are new to Cloudfront, or for those who want to learn more about it. With step-by-step instructions, you'll be able to manage your Cloudfront distributions like a pro in no time.

For those of you who are new to Python, we've got the ultimate introduction just for you. Our Ultimate Introduction to Python guide will take you from beginner to intermediate in no time. You'll learn all about Python syntax, data types, control structures, and more. With this guide, you'll be able to start writing Python code with confidence.

Finally, we have our third instalment of the Python Cheat Sheet series. This Python Cheat Sheet Part - 3 is perfect for those times when you need a quick reference while writing Python code. It includes everything from Python syntax to data structures and even some useful libraries. Print it out and keep it handy next time you're coding in Python.

That's it for this week's newsletter, folks! We hope you enjoyed the links and learned something new. As always, feel free to reply and let us know what you'd like to see more of in our newsletter. Until next time, happy coding!


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