Welcome to the Pybites weekly digest where you'll get all of the posts from the past week in one handy place.
Python Naming Conventions
Naming conventions can be tricky in Py. It's good to make sure we're all on the same page.
3.6 new features
Finally got a chance to look into Python 3.6's new features. In this post some highlights and pointers.
Don't Let Indentation Catch You Out
Python indentation can be a cruel mistress. Let's get it right!
Automate Tweeting: how to build a Twitterbot
In this post I will show you how we automate part of our Twitter posting using feedparser and tweepy.
Learning from Python mistakes
In this post I summarize some great lessons Mike Pirnat shared in his free ebook 'How to make mistakes in Python'
How to create a nice-looking HTML page of your Kindle book highlights (notes)
In this post I share a simple script to convert Bookcision JSON into a HTML page for your blog.
A Quick Automate the Boring Stuff Review
A quick review of the legendary free book, Automate the Boring Stuff.
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