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Python 101 - How to Work with a Database Using sqlite3

September 30, 2021 by Mike
Software developers have to work with data. More often than not, the data that you work with will need to be available to multiple developers as well as multiple users at once. The typical solution for this type of situation is to use a database. Databases hold data in a tabular format, which means that […]

An Intro to Python Editors

September 26, 2021 by Mike
The Python programming language comes with its own built-in Integrated Development Environment (IDE) called IDLE. The name, IDLE, supposedly came from the actor, Eric Idle, who was a part of the Monty Python troupe, which is what Python itself is named after. IDLE comes with Python on Windows and some Linux variants. You may need […]

Converting CSV to Excel with Python

September 25, 2021 by Mike
There are many common file types that you will need to work with as a software developer. One such format is the CSV file. CSV stands for "Comma-Separated Values" and is a text file format that uses a comma as a delimiter to separate values from one another. Each row is its own record and […]

How to Send Emails with Python

September 21, 2021 by Mike
Python provides a couple of really nice modules that you can use to craft emails with. They are the email and smtplib modules. Instead of going over various methods in these two modules, you'll spend some time learning how to actually use these modules. Specifically, you'll be covering the following: The basics of emailing How […]

Python 101 - An Intro to Jupyter Notebook

September 19, 2021 by Mike
The Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain code, equations, visualizations, and formatted text. By default, Jupyter Notebook runs Python out of the box. Additionally, Jupyter Notebook supports many other programming languages via extensions. You can use the Jupyter Notebook for data cleaning and transformation, […]

Merging Dictionaries with the Union Operator

September 18, 2021 by Mike
As a developer, there are times where you may end up with two or more dictionaries that you need to combine into one master dictionary. There are lots of different ways to merge dictionaries in the Python programming language. In this tutorial, you will look at a few of the old ways to merge dictionaries […]
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