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The simplest, fastest repository for training/finetuning medium-sized GPTs.

Structured Logging with Structlog
An introduction to structured logging and its advantages using the structlog package for Python.

Deploying Django apps with Github Actions and Django Up

mmabrouk / chatgpt-wrapper
API for interacting with ChatGPT using Python and from Shell.

rawandahmad698 / PyChatGPT
⚡️ Python client for the unofficial ChatGPT API with auto token regeneration, conversation tracking, proxy support and more.

📖 Articles

NetworkX 3.0 - create, manipulate, and study complex networks in Python

Classifying Python virtual environment workflows

I scanned every package on PyPi and found 57 live AWS keys

Plone 6
The Python CMS Plone has a new version 6.0 after 3.5 years of work. It offers modern user experience built on a rock solid foundation.

Turing-Project / AntiFraudChatBot
A simple prompt-chatting AI based on wechaty and fintuned NLP model

Monte Carlo Simulations
Check out this guide for using a Monte Carlo simulation to identify the size and confidence percentage of your sampled success metric.

jerryjliu / gpt_index
An index created by GPT to organize external information and answer queries!

mikf / gallery-dl
Command-line program to download image galleries and collections from several image hosting sites

Lazy Evaluation Using Recursive Python Generators
We all are familiar with Python's generators and all their benefits. But, what if I told you that we can make them even better by combining them with recursion? So, let's see how we can use them to implement "lazy recursion" and supercharge what we already do with generators in Python!

⚙️ Projects

A Python Framework for writing Reactive Front-End Applications.

Open source SQL engine in Python.

An Apache2 licensed sorted collections library, written in pure-Python, and fast as C-extensions.

👾 Reddits

The way I build new FastAPI projects

What's the best thing/library you learned this year ?

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