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Cython, Rust, and more: choosing a language for Python extensions
Sometimes pure Python code isn’t enough, and you need to implement an extension in a compiled ...

Open access book on scientific visualization using Python and matplotlib

Pass-by-value, reference, and assignment
This article explains why Python doesn't use a pass-by-value system, nor a pass-by-reference.

6 Usage Patterns for the ThreadPoolExecutor in Python

Customer Segmentation With Clustering
Learn how consumer data can be used to optimize sales and marketing strategiesPhoto by SHVETS ...


📖 Articles

Django Tailwind CSS Alpine.js Tutorial
A tutorial series that will teach you how to integrate Tailwind CSS, Alpine.js with Django, and how to make them work together.

Byte string, Unicode string, Raw string — A Guide to all strings in Python
Differences, usages, Python versus NumPy versus Pandas?Photo by Hitesh Choudhary ...

I just want to run this one Python script

How Python List Works

Analyzing Twitter Conversations
Getting actionable insights around a topic using the new Twitter API v2 endpointPhoto by Priscilla ...

Ruby vs. Python comes down to the for loop

ifzhang / ByteTrack
ByteTrack: Multi-Object Tracking by Associating Every Detection Box

Janspiry / Image-Super-Resolution-via-Iterative-Refinement
Unoffical implementation about Image Super-Resolution via Iterative Refinement by Pytorch

Detecting the most popular tourist attractions in Valencia using unsupervised learning techniques
DSCAN algorithm for discovering the most popular photographed locations in Valencia (Spain).Photo ...

How to build, test and publish an open source Python library
Learn how to to use cookiecutter, pytest and GitHub Actions to develop a new Python library, add tests, run continuous integration and automatically publish new releases of your package to PyPI.


⚙️ Projects

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