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Mouse Vs Python

PyDev of the Week: Will McGugan (Mon, 12 Apr 2021)
This week we welcome Will McGugan (@willmcgugan) as our PyDev of the Week! Will is the author of the Rich package, which is for rich text and beautiful formatting in the terminal. If you have a moment, you should check out Will’s blog. Will is also the author of Beginning Game Development with Python and … PyDev of the Week: Will McGugan Read More » The post PyDev of the Week: Will McGugan appeared first on Mouse Vs Python.
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Python 101 is Pay What You Want for 24 Hours (Thu, 08 Apr 2021)
For the next 24 hours, Python 101 will be Pay What You Want, $3 minimum (usually $25). The second edition of Python 101 is completely rewritten from the ground up. In this book, you will learn the Python programming language and lots more. This book is split up into four sections: The Python Language Intermediate Topics Creating … Python 101 is Pay What You Want for 24 Hours Read More » The post Python 101 is Pay What You Want for 24 Hours appeared first on Mouse Vs Python.
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DaPythonista

API? It’s not that scary! (Tue, 03 Mar 2020)
There are way too many services out there that provide a free API whichwaits to be adjusted into your favorite language.Also, API services could be generated from any visible data such as Facebook (which I’ve covered here), Twitter or any public databases.In this article, we’ll be focusing on Paypal API service. I assume you guys […] The post API? It’s not that scary! appeared first on DaPythonista.
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Sending Emails in Python – Tutorial with Code Examples (Thu, 24 Oct 2019)
What do you need to send an email with Python? Some basic programming and web knowledge along with the elementary Python skills. We assume you’ve already had a web app built with this language and now you need to extend its functionality with notifications or other emails sending. This tutorial will guide you through the […] The post Sending Emails in Python – Tutorial with Code Examples appeared first on DaPythonista.
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PythonBlog

The Best Remote Monitoring App for Android (Fri, 19 Mar 2021)
There are many reasons why people need reliable & Best Remote Monitoring App for mobile devices. Some are investigating a cheating spouse, a child who’s always on the phone, or a suspicious employee. And that’s where Minspy comes in – it reliably tracks communication on mobile devices, making it one of the best mobile spy […] The post The Best Remote Monitoring App for Android appeared first on PythonBlog.
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iPhone Messages: How to Hack Text Messages on iPhone for Free (Tue, 16 Mar 2021)
iPhones are the most elite and sophisticated gadgets. Almost everyone owning an iPhone is particularly proud of its security features. “The iPhones can’t have viruses and they can never be hacked” this is the common understanding of every iPhone owner. If you are willing to hack an iPhone messages, you can browse this site to […] The post iPhone Messages: How to Hack Text Messages on iPhone for Free appeared first on PythonBlog.
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Compucademy

Conditional Probability with Python (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
In this post we are going to explore conditional probability with Python. Here’s a fun and potentially tricksome question about probabilities: In a family with two children, what is the probability that, if at least one of the children is a girl, both children are girls? First of all let’s state a couple of assumptions […]
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Ransom Note HackerRank Challenge in Python (Mon, 29 Mar 2021)
This Python programming challenge is adapted from a challenge on HackerRank called Ransom Note, which is part of a collection involving hash tables. If you are unfamiliar with HackerRank, you can read about it here: Introduction to HackerRank for Python Programmers. The problem descriptions on HackerRank are sometimes a bit obscure, and one of the […]
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Cool Python Codes

Osaetin Daniel Develops Votr (A Polling Service That’s Open Source) (Thu, 11 Jun 2020)
Today it’s my pleasure to welcome Mr. Osaetin Daniel for a conversation. Osaetin Daniel happens to be a web and Odoo developer at Vascon solutions Abuja, Nigeria. He loves working with Python, HTML, CSS, js, PHP, Django, Linux, Odoo, PySide. He developed a polling service known as VOTR, which is an open-source project. VOTR is a […]
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Umar Yusuf, a Geospatial Expert Shares His Experience In An Interview (Thu, 11 Jun 2020)
Have you ever thought that python programming can be applied to Geo-informatics(contemporary called land surveying)? Well, think no further. Today it’s my pleasure to welcome Mr. Umar Yusuf for a conversation. Umar Yusuf happens to be a geospatial expert. He is also a python programmer and a seasonal blogger. The conversation is a bit lengthy […]
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python tutorials point

How to perform Vehicle Detection using Python and opencv (Wed, 14 Apr 2021)
One of the core components of a smart city is automated trafficmanagement. And that got me thinking – could I use my data sciencechops to build a vehicle detection model that could play a part in smarttraffic management? Think about Read more… The post How to perform Vehicle Detection using Python and opencv appeared first on python tutorials point.
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How to google chrome download in 2021 (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
Hello friends, in this article we will see How to google chrome download in easy way. so let’s start : Some important features of chrome We know that Google Chrome is a lightweight browser that is free to download for Read more… The post How to google chrome download in 2021 appeared first on python tutorials point.
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Python Coder

DeMix-Python Music Separator (Fri, 09 Apr 2021)
DeMix is a simple GUI for Spleeter, a music separation A.I program. In other words it makes Karaoke from mp3s.
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Tk Assistant V4.01 (Thu, 01 Apr 2021)
Tk Assistant can help users to get acquainted quickly with the many available widgets and flatten the very steep Tkinter learning curve. The 55 code examples (squirts) supplied with TkA are all self-contained, so can be easily experimented with and learnt from.
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Coding and Fun

Best Sources of Financial Data to Use with Python (Wed, 14 Apr 2021)
What are the best sources of financial data for Python? In this post, I will present my top 7 financial sources to use with Python. The post Best Sources of Financial Data to Use with Python appeared first on Coding and Fun.
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Best Python Libraries for Financial Analysis (Sat, 10 Apr 2021)
In this post, we will see which are the top 5 Python libraries to use in order to perform Financial Analysis and discover market trends. The post Best Python Libraries for Financial Analysis appeared first on Coding and Fun.
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Python For Finance

Black-Litterman Portfolio Allocation Model in Python (Thu, 26 Nov 2020)
A while ago I posted an article titled “INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO OPTIMISATION WITH PYTHON – REVISITED” which dealt with the process of calculating the optimal asset weightings for a portfolio according to the classic Markowitz “mean-variance” approach. With this method we aim to maximise our level of return for any given level of risk, in doing so we develop the concept…
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Build a Financial Data Database with Python (Sat, 24 Oct 2020)
Hi all, and welcome back to the site – I appreciate it has been an unexpectedly long time since I last posted…in fact my last post was around this time last year. Hopefully I can get back on the “treadmill” and churn out some articles at a somewhat faster rate than 1 a year over the next couple of months!…
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Real Python

Build a Python Directory Tree Generator for the Command Line (Wed, 14 Apr 2021)
In this step-by-step project, you'll create a Python directory tree generator application for your command line. You'll code the command-line interface with argparse and traverse the file system using pathlib.
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Start Managing Multiple Python Versions With pyenv (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
In this step-by-step course, you'll learn how to install multiple Python versions and switch between them with ease, including project-specific virtual environments, with pyenv.
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