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30 Python Best Practices, Tips, And Tricks
Improve your Python knowledge and skills

Tutorial: Python Regex (Regular Expressions) for Data Scientists
In this tutorial, learn how to use regular expressions and the pandas library to manage large data ...

Organizing your Python Code
In spite of yourself

Making Python Programs Blazingly Fast
Let’s look at the performance of our Python programs and see how…

10 Numpy functions you should know
with data science and artificial intelligence examples


đź“– Articles

A simulation framework to analyze airplane boarding methods
Developing a Python program to calculate…

Copying data is wasteful, mutating data is dangerous
You have a large chunk of data—a NumPy array, or a Pandas DataFrame—and you need to do a series of ...

Label smoothing with Keras, TensorFlow, and Deep Learning
In this tutorial, you will learn two ways to implement label smoothing using Keras, TensorFlow, ...

Data Science Crash Course 1/10: Introduction
Let’s learn Data Science in 2020.

Top 3 Methods for Handling Skewed Data
Is skewed data messing up the power of your predictive model…

The Best New Geospatial Data Science Libraries In 2019
There have been so many new and amazing…

Raspberry Pi and Movidius NCS Face Recognition
In this tutorial you will learn how to use the Movidius NCS to speedup face detection and face ...

Finding performance bottlenecks in Python
What is making your code so slow?

How to be fancy with OOP in Python
Learn about Python’s magic methods to make your life easier

6 New Features in Python 3.8 for Python Newbies
Prepare yourself as Python 2 is no longer supported

Python Hub Weekly Digest for 2020-01-05

Getting started with giotto-learn: a Python library for topological machine learning

3 easy and noninvasive Ways to instantly boost your Python Code Performance

Introducing Xverse! — A python package for feature selection and transformation
Xverse short for X…

GraalVM in 2019: Year in Review
2019 was an extremely exciting, eventful, and productive year. Read…

Project-Based Learning for Data Scientists
Becoming a Data Scientist just got a whole lot easier


⚙️ Projects

rq / rq
Simple job queues for Python

minimaxir / gpt-2-simple
Python package to easily retrain OpenAI's GPT-2 text-generating model on new texts

AIDungeon / AIDungeon
Infinite adventures await!

facebookresearch / demucs
Code for the paper Music Source Separation in the Waveform Domain

apprenticeharper / DeDRM_tools
DeDRM tools for ebooks


đź‘ľ Reddits

Python 2 will retire from its 20 years of service in April 2020.

I wrote a python script that I'm running on my phone to play a word game called Ruzzle.

Use python to find a prime number that looks like any image if glanced upon from far away. [OC]

A script that generates randomized mazes/labrynths. Invented by accident. Link to repo : https://github.com/Perseus-Perry/Maze-Generator

I created a program that makes investing easier

"The rules of perf" at Dropbox

[Google Brain Object detection] EfficientDet: Scalable and Efficient Object Detection implementation by Signatrix

Took me a little while because I am still very much a beginner at coding, but I felt proud of myself today. In The Old Republic, you can talk to the droid by right-clicking him and he responds with various responses. I wanted to create code that could do that with R2. I was SO happy when it worked!


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