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Chris Hawkes

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reasons to learn Python Programming. 
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Python is so great, I can't wait for 4.X, hopefully a lot more convenience will be introduced eventually; But I should probably be rolling my own standard library extensions pack anyway
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mr mango

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Any body help with this?
 
I'm looking for testers for a new release of Flask-SocketIO. See the blog post below for more information!
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what is the difference between help(help) and help('help')?  I am getting confused, as in which cases one should place the '' and in which cases, not to?
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Why make this complex? For my understanding, `help` is only a function you'll seldom use in production. So, just use help(sth). When it's not possible(e.g. it's a keyword), then use `help("sth")`

>>> help(yield)
... SyntaxError: invalid syntax
>>> help('yield')
[help string goes here]
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Shuvanon Razik

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How can I get all word from a web page and set them into a dictionary?
I know about dictionary and url2 buit don't know how to get words without HTML tag
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+Terry Carlin
+1. Exactly. BeautifulSoup is the best solution for this question.
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It seems Google gonna close GOOGE+
where can i find great group like google+ groups? 
I am so Sad
I Just start programming , I am an Early programmer 
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Use the python mailing list too, u can find it on the website http://python.org ;)
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Eyitope Adelowo

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Hi. I was working on some network programming with python. I can't use my android as a server when trying to connect using my laptop. It (error message) says it (my android) actively refused connection. Is there are way to disable an Android's firewall? 
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+Jason Tokarz Yes, I have, sir.
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Leo G

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Added new features to my Scaffolding project - automatic field and test creation . Reduce your time to build a database web application with flask-scaffold #python   #webdevelopment  
Flask-Scaffold - Quickly Scaffold database driven web applications with Flask Flask-SQLALchemy and PostgreSQL or MySQL
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I want to know my path in learning python. 
there are a lot of beginning courses which i passed one of them from Coursera, but I need a map for my future in Python. For example when I should learn Dijango ? or other stuff I don`t know about python. I am beginner in programming, I am learning C++ in School and python as a self study. 
Thanks for your help.
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You could try the tutorials on https://pythonspot.com 
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gurdeep saini

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my new program. hope u like it.......
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+Daniel Leybovich thanks for this.. you taught me good thing
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Matt Sundquist

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What experts say about how you should make graphs (2D & 3D), dashboards, and maps. Interactive examples produced with Python:

http://blog.plot.ly/post/123617968702/online-dashboards-eight-helpful-tips-you-should
“There is no such thing as information overload, only bad design” - Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Statistics, and Computer Science at Yale University Edward Tufte The number of organizations working on data-driven projects increased by 125% in the past year. 44% of companies tackle big data “all the time.” 82% of executives call big data “important or mission critical.” How do we manage all this data? Interactive dashboards. This ...
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Muhamed Yousof

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I need to change background color for the empty space of the QTabbar like in image below, I can already use style sheet to change tabbar but it change tabs only not the empty space next to tabs (red
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Captain DevOps

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Introduction Database tuning is often considered unnecessary, and many people leave it for the ve...
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Man this is a wealth of info, how have I never come across flock before! Also a typo in "afford to loose transactions". Thanks for the post!
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Matt Sundquist

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A post and tutorial on using colors in your plots and maps. Interactive examples are made with Python. 
Effectively using color means your graphs clearly communicate your data. This post shows how. We summarize and apply visualization research to real-world examples. You can make graphs like these with Plotly’s web app, or APIs for Python, MATLAB, and R. For users who want to securely share graphs and data within a team, or make interactive dashboards, contact us about Plotly on-premise. In other Plotly news: We’ve released maps for our...
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Captain DevOps

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Profiling in #python  
Profiling is a necessary tool for programmers, used to better understand the code flow. This post goes into what you need to do to profile your code, and how you could work on code based on what yo...
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Sergey Tsaplin

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Hi guys. I need some advise. What's the best solution to organize private PyPI repository. Key features: store python libraries, bugles, easy to deploy. Proxy to main PyPI repository is not required but would be nice feature in case of fast working (pyshop for example do it very slowly and synchronously)
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+Holger Krekel​ has a project for just that sort of thing. I don't remember the name, but just Google his name and projects or pip.
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John Apel

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So I am still new to programming, but have now done several online coding courses, including Codecademy for Python HTML and Javascript, 2 Udemy courses in Python, some of the Udacity intro to computer science, and I'm currently working on the Google Python Class.

I feel like at this point I have enough knowledge to start a project of my own, but what exactly does that mean? Where do I start to find a project, and what is the best way to do so? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. 
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Take it slowly. Start simply. A project can be a command line program. I had to learn Python and Django for a Web application in 2008 but to dive straight in, I think, would have slowed down my learning and performance and affected my confidence.
We were playing the following children's game with our kids then:
Take a name, eg Nick. Now convert the name into 'Nick Fifick Stickalick Fifick: that's how you spell "Nick".' That was my first Python 'project'. I learnt a lot about Python from it.

Don't be tempted to take on a big project if you're a beginning programmer. You'll get confused and discouraged. Set yourself small, fun, quickly achievable goals at first. Then build gradually larger projects piece by piece. Open source projects are GREAT for learning, but leave then for a while yet. 
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Matt Sundquist

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Interactive online and offline plotting for 2D, 3D, streaming, and map needs:

https://plot.ly/python/offline/
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Let us know if we can help with anything :)
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Matt Sundquist

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How you can make and embed interactive 3D graphs and maps with R, Python, and MATLAB. 
Showing a third dimension on a flat computer screen is usually hard. Plotly’s interactive 3D graphing changes that. You can zoom, toggle, pan, rotate, spin, see data on the hover, and more. In this post we’ll make 3D graphs with our APIs for Python, R, MATLAB, and Excel. Check out the links, our documentation or our tutorials to learn more and start embedding your plots. If you want to use Plotly on-premise with your team, contact us to start a ...
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This is awesome because I just started using python for Data Analysis against NESARC-III, thanks :)
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