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Python Bytes Podcast
A Python podcast covering recent developer headlines. Hosted by and .
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JetBrains PyCharm Nov 27
Want to become more productive with ? is offering Mastering PyCharm and other courses as part of their Black Friday deal. Check it out!
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Talk Python Podcast Nov 26
Black Friday at Talk Python is now open. Have a look. I hope we created something that you love and have been waiting for (includes *brand new* FastAPI course):
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Python Bytes Podcast Nov 23
We'll attempt our first live stream recording today with and special guest in 26 minutes. Watch this thread for the link if we get it working.
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Michael Kennedy Nov 12
Wow, and congrats ⁦⁩! Python creator Guido van Rossum joins Microsoft
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Matthew Feickert Nov 12
Asking for a friend (seriously), does anyone know of "a company who has directed initiatives to improve or work towards a greener economy" that would be looking to hire scientists leaving academia? RTs welcome.
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Python Bytes Podcast Oct 31
This is going to be awkward: Episode 205 of with and
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Brian Okken Oct 12
Test & Code 134: Business Outcomes and Software Development, * Business outcomes vs vanity metrics * Thinking about customer value all the time * Communicating in terms of impact on business outcomes * Company culture * ...
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Python Bytes Podcast Oct 2
Build git, you must, to learn git says special guest on this week's along with host cc
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Brian Okken Sep 28
Test & Code 132: mocking in Python Anna-Lena Popkes joins the podcast to teach us about mocks and using unittest.mock objects during testing.
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Python Bytes Podcast Sep 27
It's episode 200! Thank you for supporting us. Grab this episode for something to kick back and listen to over the weekend: #200: No dog-piling please (it's episode 200!) with &
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Python Bytes Podcast Sep 17
Big news for a very small Python runtime on episode 199 of with and
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Nicole Harris Sep 16
🐍Python users! 🐍 Want to help make pip better? Help the team understand what's important to you by participating in our "buy a feature" game: Retweets appreciated ✨💚✨ cc
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Brian Okken Sep 13
Test & Code 130: virtualenv activation prompt consistency across shells - an open source dev and test adventure - An adventure in open source collaboration, shell prompt internals, difficult test problems, and continuous integration quirks.
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Python Bytes Podcast Sep 14
Replying to @btskinn
Same
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Python Bytes Podcast Sep 11
Python Bytes is out! #198: There's a beaver in your database and Anna-Lena drops by with special guest Anna-Lena Popkes and hosts and
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Python Bytes Podcast Aug 31
Replying to @gigatexal
This does look cool.
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Python Bytes Podcast Aug 31
Replying to @Jac_McQ
You’re welcome. :)
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Talk Python Podcast Aug 28
Our next course is now out in early-access mode (90% done): Moving from Excel to Python with Pandas, written by ! Use Excel in your day to day workflow? This 3.5-hour course helps you do more Python and less Excel. Save 20% while in early-access:
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Brian Okken Aug 24
Test & Code 127: WFH, WTF? - Tips and Tricks for Working From Home - with & Brian, Julian, and Reuven share their experience and tips for making working from home productive and healthy.
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Python Bytes Podcast Aug 26
Good idea.
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