@masnun's Link Blog Mar - 17 18 th Daniel Roy Greenfeld on Twitter: "Not including docstrings, which method of writing quotes do you prefer?" Double quotes can scale better across languages but I still find myself writing a lot of single quotes in Python https://t.co/5A4CTpg4Pu The Practical Dev on Twitter: "It's Friday! Make sure to deploy all that code you've been working on. Don't wanna leave it sitting around all weekend, amirite? 😅" Always a good idea to push to production before a weekend! 😀😀 https://t.co/Wxekr2mKGL Generating code - The Go Blog TIL: Go has a nice code generation tool Example here: https://t.co/RxDwtk1ZjC 17 th A gallery of interesting Jupyter Notebooks · jupyter/jupyter Wiki · GitHub I would say a “galaxy” of interesting Jupyter Notebooks — https://t.co/I3IMxIMyw4 Gitea Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, the self hosted Git service — https://t.co/CqxE78kBsi Practical Color Theory for People Who Code Practical Color Theory for People Who Code — https://t.co/9O8FgGm04R Brilliant resource for people like me who can’t choose colours well. How Discord Indexes Billions of Messages – Discord Blog A very detailed write up on how Discord indexes messages on ElasticSearch — https://t.co/YZIUX3poVf Articles/New-interesting-data-types-in-Python3.rst at master · topper-123/Articles · GitHub 3 new interesting data structures in Python 3.6 https://t.co/uoVSPdmLma @xtra_shiny: Citizens of Earth. Bow to your new overlord. https://t.co/ZGHbO2znvA GitHub - poteto/hiring-without-whiteboards: ⭐️ Companies that don't have a broken hiring process Companies that hire without asking you to solve problems on the whiteboard: https://t.co/XiARnv7QQM Pycoders Weekly (Issue #258): low-hanging fruit @pycoders: Pycoders Weekly (Issue #258): low-hanging fruit - https://t.co/9HsTijSbGy 16 th How to recover lost Python source code if it's still resident in-memory · GitHub @importpython: How to recover lost Python source code if it's still resident in-mem... https://t.co/hwWe0jGaFP #docker Episode #103 Compiling Python through PyLLVM and MongoDB for Data Scientists - [Talk Python To Me Podcast] @TalkPython: #103: Compiling Python through PyLLVM and MongoDB for Data Scientists with @annaisworking https://t.co/cbUTf9oSpa @Mybridge: Python Top 10 Articles for the Past Month. https://t.co/ghdaVfLgSI https://t.co/SR3IPasYuV From language X to language Y - looks like Go has a bright future! Article here: https://t.co/Tsa4h5F6Fj #golang https://t.co/ppwevmqzkM Stop spending engineering effort solving problems you don’t have @mvz: “Stop spending engineering effort solving problems you don’t have” by @doctor_julz https://t.co/eHYYwazcL5 @TeleportInc: A proportional pie chart of the world’s most spoken languages https://t.co/7fQOwz1S1i @lemonodor: Traps for autonomous cars, by @jamesbridle: https://t.co/Ozl7oKOlnh https://t.co/zh0ZAriYCP 15 th Python: Generators, Coroutines, Native Coroutines and async/await | Abu Ashraf Masnun @RealPython: Python Generators, Coroutines, Native Coroutines and async/await >> https://t.co/7d6Zwwlu9Z by @masnun #python #learnpython 13 th Go and Rust are bloody enemies! @davecheney: Go and Rust are bloody enemies! https://t.co/Z4CsxpAKVt « First ‹ Prev … 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs vedalaphani RubyGarage TheyCallMeCojoe Potentiam_io BenferKISD tinymetrics mohansys1 ArtandContent NIRAV_88 hiteshtiwari92 Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!