When I first started this blog, ten years ago today, I never thought I would be blogging about Python for a decade. In fact, the very first post wasn’t even Continue Reading10 Years of Mouse Vs the Python
Python 3.6.5rc1 is the first release candidate for Python 3.6.5, the next maintenance release of Python 3.6. While 3.6.5rc1 is a preview release and, thus, not intended for production environments, Continue ReadingPython 3.6.5rc1 is now available for testing
Adding Docker to your Python and Flask development environment can be confusing when you are just getting started with containers. Let’s quickly get Docker installed and configured for developing Flask Continue ReadingFull Stack Python: Developing Flask Apps in Docker Containers on macOS
The freshly released Cython 0.28 is another major step in the development of the Cython compiler. It comes with several big new features, some of them long awaited, as well Continue ReadingWhat’s new in Cython 0.28?
Python 3.6 added another way to do string interpolation that is called “f-strings” or Formatted string literals (PEP 498). The idea behind f-strings is to make string interpolation simpler. To Continue ReadingPython 3: An Intro to f-strings
Been doing a bit of reading this morning on pypy things. Trying to prepare myself a bit for the coming ‘winter sprint‘. One topic I’m interested in for the sprint Continue Readingpypy sprint
Hello Guys!First, thanks for reading this article. Will be a short one because I’m a lazy developer and quite often I’m writing the source code using copy-paste technique. That’s me. Continue ReadingTwo Admin Dashboards coded in two different languages: Php & Python. YOURS FREE!
This week we’re going to chat about doing HTTP requests and consuming RESTful web APIs in Python. This will be a Q&A-driven chat, so please get come prepared to ask Continue ReadingWeekly Python Chat: Consuming web APIs in Python
At last year´s PyCon.DE, from October 25th till 27th, Blue Yonder held several interesting talks around Python. In case you missed out the event, we would like to share the Continue ReadingPyCon.DE Part 3: Connecting Python to Big Data Landscapes using Arrow and Parquet
This article continues with our series on interacting with the file system in Python. The previous articles dealt with reading and writing files. Interestingly, the file system is much more Continue ReadingCreating and Deleting Directories with Python
tl;dr; minimalcss is much better than mincss to slew out the minimal CSS your page needs to render. More accurate and more powerful features. This site now uses minimalcss in Continue ReadingNow using minimalcss – Peterbe.com
This week we welcome Jason Myers as our PyDev of the Week! Jason is the co-author of Essential SQLAlchemy: Mapping Python to Databases, 2nd Edition and is also an instructor Continue ReadingPyDev of the Week: Jason Myers
This post was originally published on http://snoozy.ninja/. Dependency hell – The situation when installed software packages have conflicting, incompatible dependencies on specific versions of other software packages. Everybody knows this Continue ReadingPackage Management in Python – Part I
NOTE: The code covered in this and the previous post are also available in a video walkthrough. Mar 2018 UPDATE: Modernized the code a bit, shortening it, and changed to Continue ReadingMigrating to Google Drive API v3
UPDATE: Since this post was published, the Google Drive team released a newer version of their API. After reading this one, go to the next post to learn about migrating your app from v2 Continue ReadingUploading & Downloading files with Python