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Michael Kennedy
A Python and MongoDB enthusiast, and an entrepreneur. Host of and , founder of Talk Python Training. Python Software Foundation Fellow.
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Michael Kennedy 23h
Oh nice! Thanks.
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Michael Kennedy 24h
Replying to @permutans
Who else might be in there? Well, their stock ticker is FB. ;)
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Michael Kennedy 24h
Replying to @permutans
Doesn't help with the limit but keeps Medium locked away so they can't set cookies and otherwise track your other behaviors. Basically bad companies go in there to limit how my normal behavior might help them behind the scenes. As far as they know, I only visit medium on the web.
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Michael Kennedy 24h
Replying to @chris1610 @Medium
"Pay to get more" not "pay to reinstate what has been taken away" <-- That's a good business.
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Michael Kennedy 24h
Replying to @chris1610 @Medium
My grudge isn't that they are paying creators (great!) but that they built the whole platform getting people to write there assuming they were contributing to an open platform that closed down and monitized content where that wasn't the starting expectation.
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Michael Kennedy 24h
Dear , seeing messages like "You have 2 free member-only stories left this month." is exactly when you've been isolated to the "Shunned" container Firefox. Oh yeah, we also have incognito tabs and fingerprinting blockers.
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Talk Python Podcast Oct 30
"Python as an Excel scripting language" you hear: Microsoft is letting people know that if you need more advanced resources you better go to something different rather than excel -- We recommend our Excel to Python course with ;)
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Talk Python Podcast Oct 29
We'll be giving away 5 copies of "Machine Learning with TensorFlow" by . If you want a chance to win, just be sure to be a friend of the show for a chance to win: Drawing happens tomorrow.
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Michael Kennedy Oct 30
Ah thanks!
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Michael Kennedy Oct 29
Replying to @cecilphillip @_clarkio
Thanks for having me on the stream Cecil and Brian. It was lots of fun to play with FastAPI together.
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Michael Kennedy Oct 29
Replying to @Adron
Thanks Adron, much appreciated. :)
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Michael Kennedy Oct 29
f-strings are the fastest option as long as you can count on Python 3.6+
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Michael Kennedy Oct 29
Thank you Tyler!
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Cecil L. Phillip 🇦🇬 Oct 28
Join and I today at we continue exploring various web frameworks in Python. Today we'll dive into 🚀 Today we'll also have a very special guest. will be joining the stream 🔥 Join us today at 10:30am PDT / 1:30pm EDT
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Michael Kennedy Oct 27
Congrats Ines, well deserved!
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Michael Kennedy Oct 27
Replying to @AGeekInside @tiangolo
I see this work as massively important for bringing people into FastAPI. It's one thing to redo your view methods which hopefully are factored well. But way more work and risk to convert from on template language to Jinja (e.g. Django or Chameleon sites moving over).
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Michael Kennedy Oct 27
Replying to @AGeekInside @tiangolo
Fantastic on the fork! Thank you. Yes, it does natively support Jinja but doesn't have the concept of using decorators for applying them AFAIK. Plus, having a consistent way to bring these tempalates into play is nice. Same style for chameleon, jinja. What's next, django? :)
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Michael Kennedy Oct 27
Very cool, will spread the word about it!
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Michael Kennedy Oct 26
You might like Jinja better and should stick with it. For me, I like valid HTML with a little extra rather than tons of open loop> open if> little HMLT > close if > close loop.
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Michael Kennedy Oct 26
I know the feeling! FastAPI is how Python web frameworks are meant to be in 2020.
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