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247 Solo maintainer of open-source in academi  08h00 16 janvier
Do you run an open-source project? Does it seem like you never have enough time to support it? Have you considered starting one but are unsure you can commit to it? It’s a real challenge. On this episode, we welcome back Philip Guo, who has been a solo maintainer of the very popular PythonTutor...
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246 Practices of the Python Pr  08h00 09 janvier
When you can call yourself a professional developer? Sure, getting paid to write code is probably part of the formula. But when is your skillset up to that level? Many folks in the industry suffer from imposter syndrome and other types of uncertainty. Yet, there are real techniques and skills...
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245 Python packaging landscape in 202  08h00 03 janvier
Python is growing incredibly quickly and has found its place in many facets of the developer and computational space. But one area that is still shaky and uncertain is packaging and shipping software to users. I’m not talking about building reusable libraries and hosting them on PyPI. I’m...
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244 Top 10 Real Python Articles of 201  08h00 27 décembre
We’ve come to the end of 2019. Python 2 has just a handful of days before it goes unsupported. And I’ve met up with Dan Bader from RealPython.com to look back at the year of Python articles on his website. We dive into the details behind 10 of his most important articles from the past year. Links...
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243 Python on Windows is OK, actuall  08h00 17 décembre
We all love the Python language. But it’s the 200,000 packages that actually make Python incredibly useful and productive. But installing these libraries and sometimes even Python itself can vary across platforms. In particular, Windows has had a hard time. Many of the library authors don’t use...
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242 Your education will be live-streame  08h00 11 décembre
Online education has certainly gone mainstream. Developers and companies have finally gotten comfortable taking online courses. Sometimes these are recorded, self-paced courses like we have at Talk Python Training. Other times, they are more like live events in webcast format. In this episode,...
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241 Opal: Full stack health care app  08h00 07 décembre
Open source has permeated much of the software industry. What about health care? This highly regulated and important industry might seem to be the domain of huge specialized software companies. On this episode, Fred Kingham is here to introduce us to a project called OPAL. It was born out of...
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240 A guided tour of the CPython source cod  08h00 27 novembre
You might use Python every day. But how much do you know about what happens under the covers, down at the C level? When you type something like variable [], what are the byte-codes that accomplish this? How about the class backing the list itself? All of these details live at the C-layer of...
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239 Bayesian foundation  08h00 23 novembre
In this episode, we’ll dive into one of the foundations of modern data science, Bayesian algorithms, and thinking. Join me along with guest Max Sklar as we look at the algorithmic side of data science. Links from the show Max on Twitter: maxsklar Max’s podcast on Bayesian Thinking: localmaxradio...
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238 Collaborative data science with Gigantu  08h00 14 novembre
Collaborative data science has a few challenges. First of all, those who you are collaborating with might not be savvy enough in the computer science techniques (for example, git and source control or docker and Linux). Second, seeing the work and changes others have made is a challenge too. ...
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237 A gut feeling about Pytho  08h00 06 novembre
Let’s start with a philosophical question: Are you human? Are you sure? We could begin to answer the question physically. Are you made up of cells that would typically be considered as belonging to the human body? It turns out we have many ecosystems within us. Understanding them is important...
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236 Scaling data science across Python and   08h00 29 octobre
Do you do data science? Imagine you work with over 200 data scientists. Many of whom have diverse backgrounds or have come from non-CS backgrounds. Some of them want to use Python. Others are keen to work with R. Your job is to level the playing field across these experts through technical...
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235 Python in your Browser with Skulp  08h00 23 octobre
Do you dream of a day when you can write Python in the browser rather than JavaScript? This is no pipe dream There are several ways to write Python that runs in the browser already. One of the leaders here is Skulpt. It’s not just an experiment but real, powerful web applications with rich...
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234 Awesome Python Application  08h00 15 octobre
Have you heard of awesome lists? They are well, pretty awesome Gathering up the most loved libraries and packages for a given topic. While most lists cover awesome developer tools and libraries, we don’t have many examples of awesome applications both for use and for examples to draw from. ...
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233 The Masonite Python Web Framewor  08h00 10 octobre
Folks, it’s not like the old days where there were just a couple of web frameworks for building apps with Python. These days there are many. One of those frameworks is the Masonite web framework created by Joseph Mancuso. Joseph is here today to tell us all about Masonite, what makes it special, it...