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The FastAPI Ultimate Tutorial

Using Google Cloud Machine Learning APIs programmatically in python - Part 1

What're the cleanest, most beautifully written projects in Github that are worth studying the code?

An open-source big data platform designed and optimized for the Internet of Things (IoT).

PyFlow – visual and modular block programming in Python

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TIL: typing.Protocol Across Python Versions
How to seamlessly support typing.Protocol on Python versions older and newer than 3.8. At the same time.

Python in Visual Studio Code – February 2022 Release
This release includes:

Python Tools for the Semantic Web, an Overview

astropy / astropy
Astronomy and astrophysics core library

GPT in PyTorch
In this video, we are going to implement the GPT2 model from scratch. We are only going to focus on the inference and not on the training logic. We will cover concepts like self attention, decoder blocks and generating new tokens.

Automatically generate docstrings for your Python function

A Comprehensive Guide to Slicing in Python
Python Slicing is a powerful tool to access sequences. To learn more about the inner mechanics of slices, read this post.

Creating Beautiful Tracebacks with Python's Exception Hooks
Debugging can become an enjoyable experience with beautiful traceback messages created with Python’s custom exception hooks.

Show HN: Koda, a Typesafe Functional Toolkit for Python

How I hacked SONOS and YouTube the same day

yaronzz / Tidal-Media-Downloader
Download 'TIDAL' Music On Windows/Linux/MacOs (PYTHON/C#)

An optimization story

Natural Language Processing for Icelandic with PyPy: A Case Study

How to stop running out of ephemeral ports and start to love long-lived connections
In this blog post, I'll explain why we had these issues, how we worked around them, and present an userspace code implementing an improved variant of connect() syscall.

⚙️ Projects

django-idom allows Django to integrate with IDOM, a reactive Python web framework for building interactive websites without needing a single line of Javascript.

The most delicious API on the web. Just send a request and you'll receive the most mouth watering dish recipe with estimated cooking time and all the necessary ingredients and instructions.

An efficient toolkit for training deep models.

Run Windows Applications on Linux as if they are native, Use linux applications to launch files files located in windows vm without needing to install applications on vm. With easy to use configuration GUI

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Notebooks suck: change my mind

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