#507 – JANUARY 11, 2022
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In the second part of this tutorial series, you’ll continue to build out a social network with Django. You’ll learn how to set up routing, views, and templates for your app. You’ll also apply CSS styling to the Django front end by using the Bulma framework to improve your app’s user interface.
In this course, you’ll learn how to go from a local Python script to a fully deployed Flask web application that you can share with the world.
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From the creator of Flask: “I have a love/hate relationship with dependencies. I wrote about this extensively on this blog. […] Somehow very unsurprisingly nothing has actually improved in that regard in the last 5 years. In fact, I think the problem has become significantly worse. Where a few years back the main fear here was high profile developers being targeted, the dependency discussion is now overlapped and conflated with discussions about funding and sustainability.”
“A year ago, we had Brett Cannon on the show to discuss his blog series about unravelling Python’s syntactic sugar. Brett has written 15 more entries in the series, and he returns to the show this week to continue our conversation. We dive into unravelling async and await statements and their relationship with Python’s generators.”
REAL PYTHON podcast
Clubhouse case study: you’ll remember they were the most downloaded app in APR of 2021. If you recall they spammed users with notifications. Most were irrelevant. Had they had a centralized notification system with a sophisticated preferences module the mass exodus likely could have been avoided →
If you’ve done any coding in Python, there’s a good chance that you’ve used a number in one of your programs. But there’s more to numbers then just their raw value. Take a deep dive into numbers in Python and explore three things about them that you might not know about.
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In the third part of this tutorial series, you’ll continue to build out a social network with Django. You’ll make it possible to follow and unfollow user profiles, create buttons to handle POST requests, and set up Django models for your users’ text-based content.
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Practical lessons from upgrading Bed-Reader, a Python bioinformatics package.
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Learn how a neural network works by building one from scratch, with Python.
SIMON HØRUP ESKILDSEN
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This was PyCoder’s Weekly Issue #507.
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