TLWI Python #43
Hello, readers! Welcome to our weekly newsletter. We have curated some fascinating resources to make your week fruitful and engaging.
Starting off, do you know what AoC stands for? Well, it means Advent of Code! Our first link First Five Days: My AoC Thoughts highlights a content writer's experience with the Advent of Code. It's a great read if you're into coding and would like to learn about an exciting daily coding challenge that lasted through December.
Are you on the lookout for a tool that simplifies Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Text Generation? Don't fret; ChatGPT is the solution! It's a fantastic tool that provides straightforward solutions to NLP and text-generation difficulties, making your programming journey more manageable.
Are you wondering how to test your GitHub Action with GitHub Actions? Here is a fantastic resource that provides an ideal solution. It explains in detail how to do it, assuring you of the best results.
Do you have any frequently asked questions on Python? The Python FAQ is out to answer all your Python query needs. It's a comprehensive guide with answers to unsettled doubts, addressing common questions such as Python installation, data types, and much more.
Lastly, we have a fantastic link geared towards data science enthusiasts, mainly how to save Pandas DataFrames. Look no further than Data Science: Saving Pandas Dataframe the Efficient Way. It's a great resource that outlines step-by-step how to save data effectively using Pandas.
That's all from us for today. We hope that the resources provided above will be useful in your coding journey. Have an excellent week ahead!
Updates From The Python Blog
- Python 3.11.1, 3.10.9, 3.9.16, 3.8.16, 3.7.16, and 3.12.0 alpha 3 are now available - Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Our Article Picks
- Leigh Ola: Creating a Telegram chatbot with ChatGPT: A Step-by-Step Guide
- Ethan: Download Youtube Videos With Python
- Andrea Bellu: MongoDB Atlas Hackathon 2022 on DEV
- Nicklas Gellner: I asked OpenAI's chatGPT to write a ballad about Open source tech 😂
- Hana Belay: Build a Blog API With JWT Authentication Using Django Rest Framework
- Gabor Szabo: What does "if name == 'main'" do in Python?
- Axlfc: Conversate or talk with ChatGPT in your own terminal
- Vincent A. Cicirello: How to Test a GitHub Action with GitHub Actions
- Carl Hayes: Using Lambda and EventBridge to automatically stop and start EC2 Instances
- Roy: Python For Beginners
- Maurice Borgmeier: Introduction to asynchronous interactions with the AWS API in Python
- Joe Stech: How I built my ideal daily Python newsletter with AWS and Python
- Zoo Codes: Nairobi Stock Exchange Web Scraper (MongoDB Atlas Hackathon 2022 on DEV)
- Owen McDonnell: Making a Trello clone with Python and Flet
- Hunter Johnson: The Python FAQ: Quick answers to common Python questions
- Bas codes: This Week In Python
- Sachin: Build A Covid-19 EDA & Viz App Using Streamlit
- Shahar Polak: Going async in python
- Armand Sauzay: Using Conda environments for Python, all you need to know
- Bek Brace: NASA Project with Python
- Soumyajyoti Biswas: ChatGPT, Domain driven design and python - Using openAI to dive into software development
- Joe Stech: Solving problems with API Gateway and the Python CDK
- Alvaro Fragoso: Realtime Sleep Tracking with Kafka and Python
- Abhishek kushwaha: ChatGPT: The Ultimate Tool for Natural Language Processing and Text Generation
- Fabien Arcellier: test a ftp data pipeline with pytest & docker
- Matteo Bianchi: RENT! e-commerce, submission for Atlas Hackathon
- Alex M. Schapelle: When Python Runs Your Containers (part 1)
- Ezinne Anne😎👩🏿💻: What are functions in Python ?
- Eduardo Klosowski: Discussão sobre o Advent of Code 2022 - Dia 3: Complexidade de operações em estruturas de dados
- Nandini Rajaram: Cook a recipe with AWS: Simple and Easy Lambda Functions
- ankit-brijwasi: MongoDB Atlas Hackathon 2022 on DEV
- Gabor Szabo: Python Programming Bootcamp #8 - Is Python compiled or interpreted?
- Shelby Carpenter: Building a Weather Forecast App With Python, Flask, and OpenWeather APIs
- Nishant Deshmukh: Django setup for mac
- Julia 👩🏻💻: Getting into Digital Humanities II
- Raman Bansal: Top 6 IDEs for Python programmers
- Olaf Górski: Level up your Python tooling - black, isort and other tools
- Rajesh Joshi: MongoDB Atlas Hackathon 2022 on DEV
- Azad Kshitij: Data Science: Saving Pandas Dataframe the Efficient Way
- Prakhar Srivastav: Develop a Motivational QOTD with Courier and GPT2
- Simon Green: The odd binary string
- Meg: One day code challenge
- Fabien Arcellier: wait for a server to respond in python
- Jesse Wei: Run A Python GUI App in Docker
- Ryan: Introducing Anvil’s Python-based Data Files AP
- Soumendra Kumar Sahoo: Usage of forward slash (/) in Python
- Dominic R.: First Five Days: My AoC Thoughts 🎄
- Tom Jebbo: How we are making a Video Game in Python
- Gabor Szabo: Day 4: GitHub Actions for Colombian Spanish.
- sfrunza13: Progress
- Saeed Adam: Python Console Calendar
- Saeed Adam: Basic Tkinter
- Md.Junaid: Stars API ⭐🌟
- Praveen: Scraping Google search results in Python
- Nitin Bansal: 20 useful pandas methods to spice-up your coding
- Muhammad Arslan Sarwar: Wordle Game Built using FARM Stack - MongoDB Atlas Hackathon 2022 on DEV
- Areeba Farooq: YOUTUBE LINKS TO LEARN DEVOPS
- Manuel Vio: Python: a resume programming language
- AYON KARMAKAR: Importing Files📁 from different Folder🗃️
- Christian Guaman: MIABY Project - A Desktop Python Application using Kivy Framework
Our Repo Picks
- apple/ml-stable-diffusion (Python): Stable Diffusion with Core ML on Apple Silicon
- t3l3machus/Villain (Python): Villain is a Windows & Linux backdoor generator and multi-session handler that allows users to connect with sibling servers (other machines running Villain) and share their backdoor sessions, handy for working as a team.
- mxrch/GHunt (Python): 🕵️♂️ Offensive Google framework.
- openai/openai-python (Python): undefined
- openai/openai-cookbook (Python): Examples and guides for using the OpenAI API
- openai/baselines (Python): OpenAI Baselines: high-quality implementations of reinforcement learning algorithms
- Visualize-ML/Book4_Power-of-Matrix (Python): Book4《矩阵力量》 | 鸢尾花书：从加减乘除到机器学习；本册有，584 幅图，81 个代码文件，其中 18 个 Streamlit App；状态：清华社五审五校中；Github 稿件基本稳定，欢迎提意见，会及时修改
- nv-tlabs/GET3D (Python): undefined
- TomSchimansky/CustomTkinter (Python): A modern and customizable python UI-library based on Tkinter
- InstaPy/InstaPy (Python): 📷 Instagram Bot - Tool for automated Instagram interactions
- Z4nzu/hackingtool (Python): ALL IN ONE Hacking Tool For Hackers
- openai/spinningup (Python): An educational resource to help anyone learn deep reinforcement learning.
- 521xueweihan/GitHub520 (Python): 😘 让你“爱”上 GitHub，解决访问时图裂、加载慢的问题。（无需安装）
- huggingface/diffusers (Python): 🤗 Diffusers: State-of-the-art diffusion models for image and audio generation in PyTorch
- karpathy/minGPT (Python): A minimal PyTorch re-implementation of the OpenAI GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) training
- flet-dev/flet (Python): Flet enables developers to easily build realtime web, mobile and desktop apps in Python. No frontend experience required.
- Nixtla/statsforecast (Python): Lightning ⚡️ fast forecasting with statistical and econometric models.
- open-mmlab/mmaction2 (Python): OpenMMLab's Next Generation Video Understanding Toolbox and Benchmark
- openai/DALL-E (Python): PyTorch package for the discrete VAE used for DALL·E.
- ytdl-org/youtube-dl (Python): Command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and other video sites
- hiroi-sora/Umi-OCR (Python): OCR 图片转文字识别软件，完全离线。截屏/批量导入图片，支持多国语言、合并段落、竖排文字。可排除水印区域，提取干净的文本。基于 PaddleOCR 。
- mlfoundations/open_clip (Python): An open source implementation of CLIP.
- swisskyrepo/PayloadsAllTheThings (Python): A list of useful payloads and bypass for Web Application Security and Pentest/CTF
- sqlalchemy/sqlalchemy (Python): The Database Toolkit for Python
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