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Python 101 - Assignment Expressions

September 24, 2021 by Mike
Assignment expressions were added to Python in version 3.8. The general idea is that an assignment expression allows you to assign to variables within an expression. The syntax for doing this is: NAME := expr This operator has been called the "walrus operator", although their real name is "assignment expression". Interestingly, the CPython internals also […]

Python 101 - How to Create a Python Package

September 23, 2021 by Mike
When you create a Python file, you are creating a Python module. Any Python file that you create can be imported by another Python script. Thus, by definition, it is also a Python module. If you have two or more related Python files, then you may have a Python package. Some organizations keep all their […]

Creating an MP3 Tagger GUI with wxPython

September 22, 2021 by Mike
I don't know about you, but I enjoy listening to music. As an avid music fan, I also like to rip my CDs to MP3 so I can listen to my music on the go a bit easier. There is still a lot of music that is unavailable to buy digitally. Unfortunately, when you rip […]

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 […]

PyDev of the Week: Tonya Sims

September 20, 2021 by Mike
This week we welcome Tonya Sims (@TonyaSims) as our PyDev of the Week! Tonya is a Python Developer Advocate for Vonage and is an active member of the Real Python community. Tonya recently gave a talk called "Faceoff Fun with Python Frameworks: FastAPI vs Flask" at EuroPython 2021. Let's spend some time getting to know […]

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, […]
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