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  • Build a JavaScript Front End for a Flask API
    by Real Python on February 1, 2023 at 2:00 pm

    Most modern websites are powered by a REST API. That way, you can separate the front-end code from the back-end logic, and users can interact with the interface dynamically. In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a single-page Flask web application with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

  • Using the Terminal on Linux
    by Real Python on January 31, 2023 at 2:00 pm

    In this Code Conversation video course, you’ll learn how to use the terminal on Linux. You’ll navigate the file system with Philipp and Geir Arne and perform common tasks like creating files and folders. If you’ve never used the terminal before, then this video course will help you get started.

  • How to Iterate Over Rows in pandas, and Why You Shouldn’t
    by Real Python on January 30, 2023 at 2:00 pm

    In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to iterate over a pandas DataFrame’s rows, but you’ll also understand why looping is against the way of the panda. You’ll understand vectorization, see how to choose vectorized methods, and compare the performance of iteration against pandas.

  • The Real Python Podcast – Episode #142: Orchestrating Large and Small Projects With Apache Airflow
    by Real Python on January 27, 2023 at 12:00 pm

    Have you worked on a project that needed an orchestration tool? How do you define the workflow of an entire data pipeline or a messaging system with Python? This week on the show, Calvin Hendryx-Parker is back to talk about using Apache Airflow and orchestrating Python projects.

  • The Python Standard REPL: Try Out Code and Ideas Quickly
    by Real Python on January 25, 2023 at 2:00 pm

    In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the Python standard REPL (Read-Eval-Print Loop) to run your code interactively. This tool will allow you to test new ideas, explore and experiment with new tools and libraries, refactor and debug your code, try out examples, and more.

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  • Canva Logo Maker – Logo Design for Beginners
    by Antonia Zivcic on January 31, 2023 at 5:27 pm

    Canva is a quick and easy online graphic design tool you can use to create different materials for your business. It is designed for those who want to give their logo, posters, and infographics a professional appearance but do not have access to pricey tools or know how to use them. The application offers both The post Canva Logo Maker – Logo Design for Beginners appeared first on PythonBlog.

  • Clevo NH70 Gaming Laptop Review
    by Adnan Babajic on January 24, 2023 at 3:59 pm

    It’s really hard to find a reliable gaming laptop, especially if you’re on a budget. It’s very hard to design a laptop with high-end components and with a good battery, without it being excessively bulky. When choosing a gaming laptop, it’s important to know what you need and to choose carefully. Reading reviews and looking The post Clevo NH70 Gaming Laptop Review appeared first on PythonBlog.

  • Does Wordle Have a Clue
    by Ivana Banovic on January 18, 2023 at 3:40 pm

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you probably know what Wordle is. This game has become a social media sensation with millions of people tuning in every day to try and guess a simple five-letter word. Now, you can just go into this blindly and test your synapses, but is The post Does Wordle Have a Clue appeared first on PythonBlog.

  • How to Repost on Instagram: Ways to Reshare Content From Other Users
    by Ivana Banovic on January 14, 2023 at 5:00 am

    Instagram is the most visually oriented social media out there, and that makes it your best bet in building a strong relationship with your followers. While showing some love by leaving comments and likes on other accounts’ posts is a common way to interact with other users, reposting images, videos, and Stories is the most The post How to Repost on Instagram: Ways to Reshare Content From Other Users appeared first on PythonBlog.

  • How to Stack Crypto DASH Having a Small Initial Investment
    by Nina Medanic on January 10, 2023 at 7:38 am

    The key to successful investments is the ability to organize passive income. Traditional financial instruments offer various options, from bank deposits to property rentals and more. In the cryptocurrency industry, the role of passive income belongs to mining and stacked crypto. The first option requires impressive financial investments and constant participation on the part of The post How to Stack Crypto DASH Having a Small Initial Investment appeared first on PythonBlog.

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  • The Python Pulse: A Monthly Microsoft Stream
    by Dawn Wages on January 10, 2023 at 12:49 am

    We’re excited to announce a new livestream, brought to you by the Microsoft Community Team. Need updates on the latest and greatest Microsoft releases for Python? We got you. Each stream we start with a run down of the latest news in Microsoft Cloud, VS Code and Python tech ecosystem, then we deep dive into special segments with an esteemed guest. The post The Python Pulse: A Monthly Microsoft Stream appeared first on Python.

  • Python in Visual Studio Code – December 2022 Release
    by Courtney Webster on December 8, 2022 at 4:22 pm

    The December 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available. This release includes auto indentation with Pylance, a preview of Python in the browser and a community highlight. Keep on reading to learn more! The post Python in Visual Studio Code – December 2022 Release appeared first on Python.

  • Python in Visual Studio Code – November 2022 Release
    by Courtney Webster on November 3, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    The November 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available. This release includes automatic installation of the isort extension, auto imports turned off by default with Pylance, “just my code” cell debugging in Jupyter and more! The post Python in Visual Studio Code – November 2022 Release appeared first on Python.

  • A Team at Microsoft is Helping Make Python Faster
    by Jay Miller on October 26, 2022 at 4:19 pm

    Python 3.11 brings the specialized adaptive interpreter, the starting point of a large plan to make Python much faster. At Microsoft, we have a full-time team dedicated to this project. The post A Team at Microsoft is Helping Make Python Faster appeared first on Python.

  • Python in Visual Studio Code – October 2022 Release
    by Courtney Webster on October 6, 2022 at 8:39 pm

    The October 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available. This release includes …. Keep on reading to learn more! The post Python in Visual Studio Code – October 2022 Release appeared first on Python.

Python Read the latest updates about all things Python at Microsoft

  • The Python Pulse: A Monthly Microsoft Stream
    by Dawn Wages on January 10, 2023 at 12:49 am

    We’re excited to announce a new livestream, brought to you by the Microsoft Community Team. Need updates on the latest and greatest Microsoft releases for Python? We got you. Each stream we start with a run down of the latest news in Microsoft Cloud, VS Code and Python tech ecosystem, then we deep dive into special segments with an esteemed guest. The post The Python Pulse: A Monthly Microsoft Stream appeared first on Python.

  • Python in Visual Studio Code – December 2022 Release
    by Courtney Webster on December 8, 2022 at 4:22 pm

    The December 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available. This release includes auto indentation with Pylance, a preview of Python in the browser and a community highlight. Keep on reading to learn more! The post Python in Visual Studio Code – December 2022 Release appeared first on Python.

  • Python in Visual Studio Code – November 2022 Release
    by Courtney Webster on November 3, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    The November 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available. This release includes automatic installation of the isort extension, auto imports turned off by default with Pylance, “just my code” cell debugging in Jupyter and more! The post Python in Visual Studio Code – November 2022 Release appeared first on Python.

  • A Team at Microsoft is Helping Make Python Faster
    by Jay Miller on October 26, 2022 at 4:19 pm

    Python 3.11 brings the specialized adaptive interpreter, the starting point of a large plan to make Python much faster. At Microsoft, we have a full-time team dedicated to this project. The post A Team at Microsoft is Helping Make Python Faster appeared first on Python.

  • Python in Visual Studio Code – October 2022 Release
    by Courtney Webster on October 6, 2022 at 8:39 pm

    The October 2022 release of the Python and Jupyter extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available. This release includes …. Keep on reading to learn more! The post Python in Visual Studio Code – October 2022 Release appeared first on Python.

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