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Build a Blockchain with Python & FastAPI
Learn how to build a blockchain using Python and then access it using an API built with FastAPI.

3 ways to test your API with Python
Unit testing can be daunting, but these Python modules will make your life much easier.

Conditional expressions

Natural Language Processing with spaCy & Python

Generating Python Scripts with OpenAi’s Github Copilot
Using AI to generate Python scripts for simple neural networks, data visualization and moreContinue ...


📖 Articles

Apache Kafka in Python: How to Stream Data With Producers and Consumers
Stream chat data by writing Kafka Producer and Consumer from scratch.Continue reading on Towards ...

Writing Python Extensions in Assembly

Getting Started with GitHub Actions with Python

Accept Credit Card Payments in Flask with Stripe Checkout
In this article I'm going to show you how to implement an order page for your Flask application ...

Show HN: MPLG – Matplotlib GUI, design plots visually and export as Python code

kornia / kornia
Open Source Differentiable Computer Vision Library

Show HN: Futurecoder – A free online interactive Python course

Back to the Future with Codex and COBOL
Can OpenAI’s code-generation system deal with code from the punch card era?Continue reading ...

DiegoVicen / som-tsp
Solving the Traveling Salesman Problem using Self-Organizing Maps

Pixel Shuffle Super Resolution with TensorFlow, Keras, and Deep Learning
When an image is increased in size (spatially, along the width and height), the conventional ...

CyberPunkMetalHead / binance-trading-bot-new-coins
This Binance trading bot detects new coins as soon as they are listed on the Binance exchange and automatically places sell and buy orders. It comes with trailing stop loss and other features. If you like this project please consider donating via Brave.

New Testing Features in Django 4.0
Django 4.0 had its first alpha release last week and the final release should be out in December. It contains an abundance of new features, which you can check out in the release notes. In this post we’ll look at the changes to testing in a bit more depth.


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