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gto76 / python-cheatsheet
Comprehensive Python Cheatsheet

Extracting text from HTML in Python: a very fast approach
When working on NLP problems, sometimes you need to obtain a large corpus of text. The internet ...

My Favorite Free Courses to Learn Python In-Depth
13 free Python courses for beginner and intermediate…

Optimization tricks in Python: lists and tuples
Python has two similar sequence types such as tuples and lists. The most well-known difference ...

Setting up your own Data Science workspace with Visual Studio Code and Anaconda (Python)

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Python Pandas at Extreme Performance
Would you like your simple Python code to be extremely fast…

99 ways to extend the Jupyter ecosystem
The Jupyter ecosystem is very modular and extensible, so there are lots of ways to extend it. This blog post aims to provide a quick summary of the most common ways to extend Jupyter.

Tips and Tricks for Data Analysis with Pandas
Tips and tricks to make your life with your data/Pandas…

4 Basic Python Tips to Automate Your Workflow
Make it seem like you’re working when you’re not

Detecting SQL injections in Python code using AST
Python has a built-in ast module that lets you inspect, parse and edit Python code. AST stands ...

Handling and Sharing Data Between Threads
When working with threads in Python, you will find very useful to be able to share data between ...

Not just CPU: writing custom profilers for Python
Let’s say your program is slow, and you’ve determined that it’s only partially ...

Publishing your own Python package
A practical guide to packaging Python code

A Gentle Introduction to Text Summarization in Machine Learning
Have you ever summarized a lengthy document into a short paragraph? How long did you take? Manually ...

Static Analysis at Scale: An Instagram Story
How Instagram develops and uses linting and codemod tools…

Useful String Methods in Python
Learn about some of Python’s built-in methods that can be used on…

Writing a simple SOCKS server in Python
This article explains how to write a tiny and basic SOCKS 5 server in Python 3.6. I am assuming ...

Understand TensorFlow by mimicking its API from scratch

Keras Learning Rate Finder
In this tutorial, you will learn how to automatically find learning rates using Keras. This guide ...

Spacy + Redis = Magic
Word similarity task optimized through Spacy and Redis

Learn Blockchains by Building One
The fastest way to learn how Blockchains work is to build one

The Treasures of Python’s built in Libraries

Celery Python Guide: Basics and Examples

Writing a Kubernetes Operator in Python without frameworks and SDK

Python and R for Data Wrangling: Examples for Both, Including Speed-Up Considerations.

Python Tooling Makes a Project Tick

The 10 Most Influential Programming Languages of the Last 50 years and Their Creators

Exploratory data analysis in Python.
Let us understand how to explore the data in python.

Interpreting Deep Learning Models for Computer Vision

Experimentation in Data Science
When AB testing doesn’t cut it

PythonHub Weekly Digest for 2019-08-11
Popular, important and interesting in Python World

An interview with Kapil Varshney, Data Scientist at Esri R&D
In today’s blog post, I interview Kapil Varshney, a PyImageSearch reader who was recently hired at ...

To dance or not to dance? — The Machine Learning approach.

How not to deploy web applications
Recently, I was looking for tutorials on how to deploy a Django application in 2018. After some ...

Python is eating the world: How one developer's side project became the hottest programming language on the planet
Frustrated by programming language shortcomings, Guido van Rossum created Python. With the language now used by millions, Nick Heath talks to van Rossum about Python's past and explores what's next.

⚙️ Projects

uber / ludwig
Ludwig is a toolbox built on top of TensorFlow that allows to train and test deep learning models without the need to write code.

dagster-io / dagster
Dagster is an open-source system for building data applications.

plotly /
An open-source, interactive graphing library for Python ✨

shengqiangzhang / examples-of-web-crawlers
Some interesting examples of python crawlers that are friendly to beginners.

psf / requests
Python HTTP Requests for Humans™ ✨🍰✨

nvbn / thefuck
Magnificent app which corrects your previous console command.

facebookresearch / dlrm
An implementation of a deep learning recommendation model (DLRM)

đź‘ľ Reddits

I made a program that will help you find deep learning AI projects and pre-trained models!

Made a racing game that runs in Terminal. 100% Python

heartrate: Simple real time visualisation of the execution of a Python program.

Program that paths how many clicks it takes to get from one sub to an nsfw sub

Recreating Starry Night using turtle module

Cow-dog Detected with Python and Open CV

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