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The limits of Python vectorization as a performance technique
Vectorization is a great way to speed up your Python code, but you’re limited to specific operations on bulk data. Learn how to get past these limitations.

How to create a Python package in 2022

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A collection of full-stack resources for programmers.

Python Web Conf 2022 Talks + Tutorials
90 videos — including talks, tutorials, lightning talks and socials are now available.

I made a Python compiler, that can compile Python source down to fast, standalone executables.

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Help us test system trust stores in Python

age encryption in Python with pyrage

Struct Endianness in Python

Python Package Manager Shootout

⚙️ Projects

Training Data (Data Labeling, Annotation, Workflow) for all Data Types (Image, Video, 3D, Text, Geo, Audio, more) at scale.

Matplotlib style sheets to nicely format figures for scientific papers, thesis and presentations while keeping them fully editable in Adobe Illustrator.

StatsForecast offers a collection of widely used univariate time series forecasting models, including automatic ARIMA and ETS modeling optimized for high performance using numba. It also includes a large battery of benchmarking models.

Modeling Short Time Series with Prior Knowledge in PyMC

Tool to help understand how django querysets are executed.

A Python compiler, down to native code, using C++

A library for differentiable nonlinear optimization.

Tsuki is a minimalistic open-sourced social media platform, built using Python.

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