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                    Real Python: Python Logging: A Stroll Through the Source Code

Link: https://realpython.com/python-logging-source-code/

The Python logging package is a a lightweight but extensible package for keeping better track of what your own code does.  Using it gives you much  more flexibility than just littering your code with
                
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                    EuroPython Society: EuroPython 2019: First batch of accepted sessions

Link: http://www.europython-society.org/post/185058521150

europython:
Our program work group (WG) has been working hard over the weekend to select the sessions for EuroPython 2019.
We’re now happy to announce the first batch with:
112 talks,
12 trainings,
6
                
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                    EuroPython: EuroPython 2019: First batch of accepted sessions

Link: https://blog.europython.eu/post/185058369732

Our program work group (WG) has been working hard over the weekend to select the sessions for EuroPython 2019.We’re now happy to announce the first batch with:112 talks,12 trainings,6 posters,1 intera
                
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                    Kushal Das: Game of guessing colors using CircuitPython

Link: https://kushaldas.in/posts/game-of-guessing-colors-using-circuitpython.html


Every participant of PyCon US 2019 received a
CircuitPython Playground Express (cpx) in the swag bag from Digikey and
Adafuit, which is one of the best swag in a
conference. Only another thing which
                
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                    CodeGrades: Hello CodeGrades!

Link: https://blog.codegrades.com//post/2019/05/21/hello.html

This is a blog about CodeGrades, an experiment to
help folks learn about programming (initially in Python). We’ll use it to
celebrate the successes, learn from the failures and reflect upon the feedba
                
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                    Patrick Kennedy: Setting Up GitLab CI for a Python Application

Link: http://www.patricksoftwareblog.com/setting-up-gitlab-ci-for-a-python-application/

Introduction
This blog post describes how to configure a Continuous Integration (CI) process on GitLab for a python application.  This blog post utilizes one of my python applications (bild) to show h
                
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                    The Digital Cat: Object-Oriented Programming in Python 3 - Abstract Base Classes

Link: https://www.thedigitalcatonline.com/blog/2014/09/04/python-3-oop-part-6-abstract-base-classes/

This post is available as an IPython Notebook here
The Inspection Club¶
As you know, Python leverages polymorphism at its maximum by dealing only with generic references to objects. This makes OOP not
                
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                    The Digital Cat: Object-Oriented Programming in Python 3 - Metaclasses

Link: https://www.thedigitalcatonline.com/blog/2014/09/01/python-3-oop-part-5-metaclasses/

This post is available as an IPython Notebook here
The Type Brothers¶
The first step into the most intimate secrets of Python objects comes from two components we already met in the first post: class
                
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                    The Digital Cat: Object-Oriented Programming in Python 3 - Composition and inheritance

Link: https://www.thedigitalcatonline.com/blog/2014/08/20/python-3-oop-part-3-delegation-composition-and-inheritance/

This post is available as an IPython Notebook here
The Delegation Run¶
If classes are objects what is the difference between types and instances?
When I talk about "my cat" I am referring to a concret
                
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                    The Digital Cat: Object-Oriented Programming in Python 3 - Classes and members

Link: https://www.thedigitalcatonline.com/blog/2014/08/20/python-3-oop-part-2-classes-and-members/

This post is available as an IPython Notebook here
Python Classes Strike Again¶
The Python implementation of classes has some peculiarities. The bare truth is that in Python the class of an object is
                
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                    The Digital Cat: Object-Oriented Programming in Python 3 - Objects and types

Link: https://www.thedigitalcatonline.com/blog/2014/08/20/python-3-oop-part-1-objects-and-types/

This post is available as an IPython Notebook here
About this series¶
Object-oriented programming (OOP) has been the leading programming paradigm for several decades now, starting from the initial att
                
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                    Quansight Labs Blog: Spyder 4.0 takes a big step closer with the release of Beta 2!

Link: https://labs.quansight.org/blog/2019/05/spyder-4-beta2-release/

It has been almost two months since I joined Quansight in April, to start 
working on Spyder maintenance and 
development. So far, it has been a very exciting and rewarding journey under 
the guidance
                
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                    Python Engineering at Microsoft: Who put Python in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update?

Link: https://devblogs.microsoft.com/python/python-in-the-windows-10-may-2019-update/

Today the Windows team announced the May 2019 Update for Windows 10. In this post we’re going to look at what we, the Python team, have done to make Python easier to install on Windows by helping the
                
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                    PyCoder’s Weekly: Issue #369 (May 21, 2019)

Link: https://pycoders.com/issues/369

 #369 – MAY 21, 2019 View in Browser »     Interactive Data Visualization in Python With Bokeh  This course will get you up and running with the Bokeh library, using examples and a real-world dataset.
                
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                    Python Software Foundation: Petr Viktorin: Extension Modules And Subinterpreters

Link: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/PythonSoftwareFoundationNews/~3/mnSfdQZDRUM/petr-viktorin-extension-modules-and.html

When a Python subinterpreter loads an extension module written in C, it tends to unwittingly share state with other subinterpreters that have loaded the same module, unless that module is written very
                
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                    Trey Hunner: Python built-ins worth learning

Link: https://treyhunner.com/2019/05/python-builtins-worth-learning/

In every Intro to Python class I teach, there’s always at least one “how can we be expected to know all this” question.
It’s usually along the lines of either:

Python has so many functions in it, wha
                
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                    Stack Abuse: Python: Append Contents to a File

Link: https://stackabuse.com/python-append-contents-to-a-file/

In this article, we'll examine how to append content to an existing file using Python.
Let's say we have a file called helloworld.txt containing the text "Hello world!" and it is sitting in our curren
                
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                    Neckbeard Republic: Interactive Data Visualization in Python With Bokeh

Link: https://realpython.com/courses/interactive-data-visualization-python-bokeh/

This course will get you up and running with Bokeh, using examples and a real-world dataset. You'll learn how to visualize your data, customize and organize your visualizations, and add interactivity.
                
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                    Python Bytes: #131 Python 3 has issues (over on GitHub)

Link: https://pythonbytes.fm/episodes/show/131/python-3-has-issues-over-on-github
                
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                    Python Software Foundation: The 2019 Python Language Summit

Link: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/PythonSoftwareFoundationNews/~3/IEjaoHXIaFs/the-2019-python-language-summit.html


The Python Language Summit is a small gathering of Python language implementers, both the core developers of CPython and alternative Pythons, held on the first day of PyCon. The summit features short