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Have you worked on a project that needed an orchestration tool? How do you define the workflow of an entire data pipeline or a messaging system with Python? This week on the show, Calvin Hendryx-Parker is back to talk about using Apache Airflow and orchestrating Python projects.
Have you used the Python Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) to explore the language and learn about how it operates? Would it help if it provided syntax highlighting, definitions, and code completion and behaved more like an IDE? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
How can you get more performance from your existing data science infrastructure? What if a DataFrame library could take advantage of your machine's available cores and provide built-in methods for handling larger-than-RAM datasets? This week on the show, Liam Brannigan is here to discuss Polars.
Have you embraced the use of comprehensions in your Python journey? Are you familiar with all the varieties of comprehension constructs? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
It's been another year of changes at Real Python! The Real Python team has written, edited, curated, illustrated, and produced a mountain of Python material this year. We added some new members to the team, updated the site's features, and created new styles of tutorials and video courses.
What advantages can a build system provide for a Python developer? What new skills are required when working with a team of developers? This week on the show, Benjy Weinberger from Toolchain is here to discuss the Pants build system and getting started with continuous integration (CI).
How do you start packaging your code with pyproject.toml? Would you like to join a conversation that gently walks you through setting up your Python projects to share? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
How do you prepare a dataset for machine learning (ML)? How do you go beyond cleaning the data and move toward measuring how the model performs? This week on the show, Jodie Burchell, developer advocate for data science at JetBrains, returns to talk about strategies for better ML model performance.
How do you build a REST API using the Flask web framework? How can you quickly add endpoints while automatically generating documentation? This week on the show, Real Python author Philipp Acsany is here to discuss his tutorial series "Python REST APIs With Flask, Connexion, and SQLAlchemy." Christopher Trudeau is also here with another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
What if you didn't have to worry about managing user passwords as a Python developer? That's where the WebAuthn protocol and new hardware standards are heading. This week on the show, Dan Moore from FusionAuth returns to discuss a password-less future.
How do you create a computer opponent for a simple game within Python? Would you also like to learn how to adapt the game to run in a web browser or graphical user interface (GUI)? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
Python 3.11 is here! Our regular guests, Geir Arne Hjelle and Christopher Trudeau, return to talk about the new version. Geir Arne wrote a series of preview tutorials earlier this year, and his annual piece, titled "Python 3.11: Cool New Features for You to Try," was published on October 24. Christopher's video course came out the next day, covering the topics from the tutorial with visual examples of Python 3.11 in action.
Does your company have a plan for growing an internal Python community? What are the attributes to look for when bringing someone into your department? This week on the show, Pablo Galindo Salgado returns to talk about building community through the Python Guild at Bloomberg and managing the release of Python 3.11.
Where should you use an ellipsis in Python? How does it behave as a placeholder in a script, project, or stub file? What are the next goals for the Faster CPython project? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
Have you used a memory profiler to gauge the performance of your Python application? Maybe you're using it to troubleshoot memory issues when loading a large data science project. What could running a profiler show you about a codebase you're learning? This week on the show, Pablo Galindo Salgado returns to talk about Memray, a powerful tracing memory profiler.
Have you ever used code to help explain a topic? How can Python scripts be used to understand the intricacies of access control? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
Are you interested in using Python in an industry outside of software development? Would adding a few custom software tools increase efficiency and make your coworkers' jobs easier? This week on the show, Josh Burnett talks about using Python as a mechanical engineer.
Have you thought the standard output from Matplotlib is a bit generic looking? Would you like a quick way to add style and consistency to your data visualizations? This week on the show, Christopher Trudeau is here, bringing another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects.
Have you wanted to understand recursion and how to use it in Python? Are you familiar with the call stack and how it relates to tracebacks? This week on the show, Al Sweigart talks about his new book, "The Recursive Book of Recursion."
How does a code completion tool work? What is an Abstract Syntax Tree, and how is it created in Python? How does an AST help you write programs and projects that inspect and modify your Python code? This week on the show, Meredydd Luff, co-founder of Anvil, shares his PyCon talk, "Building a Python Code Completer."
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Jun 28th
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Felipe Alvarez

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Mar 26th
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Eugene Marshall

Great episode! Really spoke to me, especially being a beginner looking to gradually transition from Excel.

Oct 3rd
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Eugene Marshall

this guest was great!

Aug 7th
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May 15th
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Masiha Ahmadi

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