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Running a Python Script in the Background
This is a quick little guide on how to run a Python script in the background in Linux. First, you ...

How to Convert a PDF to Excel
You can find the source code in the companion repository In this article we are going to see ...

How to Execute Shell Commands with Python
Python is a wonderful language for scripting and automating workflows and it is packed with useful ...

How To Learn Data Science - My path
Tools and Resources I use

File and Directory Comparisons with Python
The Python standard library offers a powerful set of tools out of the box including file system ...

đź“– Articles

How to build a time series dashboard in Python with Panel, Altair and a Jupyter Notebook

Build an Interactive, Modern Dashboard With Dash
Enhance user experience with attractive data…

Best Investment Portfolio Via Monte-Carlo Simulation In Python
Finding An Optimum Investment Portfolio…

Feature Engineering and Algorithm Accuracy for the Titanic Dataset

Building Your First Website With Flask — Part 1
Hello World and beyond

The Ultimate Guide to using the Python regex module
The original Pattern Finder

Data Science in Production
Building Scalable Model Pipelines with Python

Python Automation Workshop
A workshop to commence an era of automated tasks

Pyleri Tutorial: Parsing with Ease
You can find the source code in the companion repository Welcome to a tutorial on Pyleri, ...

Mastering Python Datetime (With Examples)
By Lenin Mishra Python Datetime module is the second and third topic in the #Python30 course. If ...

Local Testing Server with Python
This quick little tutorial shows how to setup a simple local testing server with Python. You can ...

Power of zip() in Python
By Lenin Mishra Sections covered: Why use zip? Unzipping Solve a competitive interview question ...

Genetic Algorithms — I
What if AI learns to bat with genes and their strategies?

Introducing Mypy, an Experimental Optional Static Type Checker for Python
by Reuven M. Lerner Tighten up ...

5 Tips To Create A More Reliable Web Crawler
To Boost your web crawler’s efficiency!

A Step-by-Step guide to Python Logging
By Lenin Mishra Python Logging module is the first topic in the #Python30 course. If you prefer ...

Creating a Reverse Dictionary
You can find the code in the companion repository In this article we are going to see how to ...

One-tailed or two-tailed test, that is the question
Learn the difference between two variants of…

Simple Scene Boundary/Shot Transition Detection with OpenCV
In this tutorial, you will learn how to implement a simple scene boundary/shot transition detector ...

AI Powered Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence — Analyzing Radio Telescopic Data

Using Virtual Environments in Jupyter Notebook and Python
Are you working with Jupyter Notebook and Python? Do you also want to benefit from virtual ...

One Program Written in Python, Go, and Rust
Update (2019-07-04): Some kind folks have suggested changes on the implementations to make them ...

⚙️ Projects

ageitgey / face_recognition
The world's simplest facial recognition api for Python and the command line

RustPython / RustPython
A Python Interpreter written in Rust

pytorch / examples
A set of examples around pytorch in Vision, Text, Reinforcement Learning, etc.

zllrunning / video-object-removal
Just draw a bounding box and you can remove the object you want to remove.

swisskyrepo / PayloadsAllTheThings
A list of useful payloads and bypass for Web Application Security and Pentest/CTF

BishopFox / GitGot
Semi-automated, feedback-driven tool to rapidly search through troves of public data on GitHub for sensitive secrets.

cchen156 / Learning-to-See-in-the-Dark
Learning to See in the Dark. CVPR 2018

timgrossmann / InstaPy
đź“· Instagram Bot - Tool for automated Instagram interactions

hellerve / programming-talks
Awesome & interesting talks about programming

chubin /
the only cheat sheet you need

hexway / apple_bleee
Apple BLE research

mravanelli / pytorch-kaldi
pytorch-kaldi is a project for developing state-of-the-art DNN/RNN hybrid speech recognition systems. The DNN part is managed by pytorch, while feature extraction, label computation, and decoding are performed with the kaldi toolkit.

đź‘ľ Reddits

A Beginner’s Introduction to Python Web Frameworks

Spent a few days hacking together a ray-casting engine that renders to ascii for playing in your terminal! With shading and textures! Link in the comments.

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