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Jacob Zimmerman

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Let's look at another potentially confusing part of Python's boolean system: the ability to string comparison operators.

https://programmingideaswithjake.wordpress.com/2016/07/23/string-python-comparisons-along/
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Elvis Miranda

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Python Web Apps with Flask by Ezra Zigmond
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Simple but good. Well presented.
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Cristian Vasta

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Data Analysis with Python and Pandas Tutorial Introduction
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How to convert a time string ('12 Jul 2016 20 19') , taking machine time zone in runtime, and then converting the time correspondingly to say 'US/pacific' time zone?
I tried pytz and datetime.tzinfo. But, i am bit confused.
I am able to create time tuple, but unable to locate the machine timezone
can someone help in getting this time conversion
I am intending to get the machine time zone, and then convert the time from that time zone to another
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import tzlocal, pytz
systemTimeZone = tzlocal.get_localzone()
print('The system time zone is ' + str(systemTimeZone))
mytime = <date time stamp string>
timeFormat = <Your time format>
myTimeTemp = systemTimeZone.localize((datetime.strptime(mytime, timeFormat)))
referenceTimeZone = 'US/Eastern'
newTZ = pytz.timezone(referenceTimeZone)
start = myTimeTemp.astimezone(newTZ).strftime(timeFormat)
print('After conversion, myTime became '+str(mytime))
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Jacob Zimmerman

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It can be difficult to understand how the 'and' and 'or' operators really work. Let's look and see.

https://programmingideaswithjake.wordpress.com/2016/07/09/how-python-boolean-operators-work/
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awesome
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Shantnu Tiwari

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Introduction Many people struggle with learning how to build a GUI app. The most common reason is, they don’t even know where to start. Most tutorials are purely text based, and it’s ha…
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Sofia Kelly

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I like Python because ...
...Python is a widely used high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its ..print....
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:D
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Hello!
does anyone know how to use python-crontab2.2.0 on windows 7?
i want to create something like scheduler on windows .or anyone know any alternative excepte python-crontab2.2.0

thanks
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thanks guys,i've solve it. i've used my own algorithme and python-crontab is only for manipulate string for crontab not for create crotab app. :-)
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Ravi Saive

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+Tech Hiring​ Up until Go, or a more advanced language takes its place. Let's face it, it's about time. 
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Andrew Rukin

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Hi,
I have created and put online a service that translates compiled Python byte-code (.PYC) back into valid and human-readable Python source code.

It is based on open-source decompiler, called Decompyle++ https://github.com/zrax/pycdc/
Decompyle++ is unique in that it seeks to support byte-code from any version of Python.

This is a beta version, so I would like to hear your comments!
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Cool, it's work!
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James Ellis

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Data Science and Machine Learning with Python - Hands On!
Become a data scientist in the tech industry! Comprehensive data mining and machine learning course with #Python & Spark.
Become a data scientist in the tech industry! Comprehensive data mining and machine learning course with Python & Spark.
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Hello.
does thread on python have time line or something like that?
i've run 30 thread doing same computation with different parameter,and after some of them finish correctly(90%) and 10% is blocked like infinite loop.
if i relaunch the program it's still apprear but the 10% blocked changed
and how to avoid that?
please.thanks.
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are you aware of the GIL issue? if you are looking for parallel computing, have you looked at multiprocessing? here's a start: https://docs.python.org/2/library/multiprocessing.htm hope this helps
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Sofia Kelly

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Omg I need this 😁
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Wilmer Morgado

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Hola como estan. quiero hacer una aplicacion de escritorio y una web, donde la de escritorio esta en segundo plano y me enviara a una bd mi coordenadas, desde la web ubicarla. Que me recomiendan para hacer la  de escritorio!
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Wilmer try to speak in english.... first at all, this is a python community, so you could use PyQT for your desktop app, and web2py or flask for web app. Nowadays i am using swagger with connexion(flask) framework for restful api, web2py for webpages and kivy for mobile. 
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Ramdev Baba

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Computer Science Enthusiast practicing Python, NLP, Machine Learning and Teaching Graduate Students
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Oleg Serbokryl

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Even now I found interesting things for me. Maybe someone will find this article helpful
I sometimes found myself asking myself how I cannot know simpler way of doing “this” thing in Python 3. When I seek solution, I of course find much more elegant, efficient and more bug-free code parts over time. In total(not just this post), the total sum of “those” things were far more than I ...
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You have to mention that examples are Python3
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Tim Ottinger

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What is some of the worst examples of python programming you've seen?

I'm gathering some for a little series (possibly a conference talk) on bad examples in python.

If you can send a link (esp to a repo) then I'd love to see it.

Also, if you know some GREAT code that looks like junk, I'm into that as well.

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In a loop? Ouch.

That sound really really painful.

Sounds like an integration job gone painfully pear-shaped.
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Shantnu Tiwari

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Machine Learning For Complete Beginners using Python: Predict Who Would Survive the Titanic

http://pythonforengineers.com/machine-learning-for-complete-beginners/
The problem: Many machine learning tutorials out there expect you have a PhD in Statistics or Mathematics. This tutorial is written for beginners, assuming no previous knowledge of machine learning. Format: We will start off with an introduction to machine learning, followed by a machine learning script that tries to predict which people survived the …
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matt hogenkamp

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I'm looking for some much needed advice !

Good day all, my name is Matthew and I am currently attempting to add a new skill to my trade. I work now as a private Innovator for various individuals and companies and my field of focus is algorithm development and theoretical development. I have worked on projects such as; green energy through self-sufficient refrigeration, vacuum compression engines for aviation, I have assisted investors in designing unique algorithms to counter-act FOREX AI, and much more.

Where I am stuck is I want to learn a new skill, specifically being Programming, and I will admit I know nothing about it haha.

I have begun by attempting to learn Python, currently I know very little, such as; loops, strings, variables, while loops, etc.

I want to focus my learning on a specific type of programming that will suit my current skill set. I would define my skill set as; open innovation in the areas of science and technology, and vast knowledge of various industries. Meaning I can design a concept, but not build it. I have worked with biological engineers to design for them a Bio-Nano cell that can absorb blood cells, but I do not have the science / engineering / programming background to design the device itself. My job was to build it on paper, and the experts built it themselves while I oversaw the project.

Truth is I came from a more poor background and have had to spend my life learning on my own and from various individuals. I could never afford school + living expenses + medical expenses. So here I am trying to learn haha.

I need to become my own expert and I need help in doing so, I need advice as to what type of programming I should be focusing on and how to go about learning it, from free resources to educational sources. I am in the process of finding a mentor to work with, as I have in the past with previous projects, but until then I need to work by myself and still progress, and I am confident that someone here can assist me :)

My main questions are;

1) what programming language should I focus on that would bring an addition to my current skill set (science and technology innovation)

2) what are the available resources for that programming language? from free to educational / mentor availability.

I thank you all for your time and consideration and your help!

I look forward to building my future and I want to ensure I do it correctly, what better way that to ask the experts!

Have a wonderful day everyone and thank you for your responses and assistance :)
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Thank you +Steve Gledhill​ !

I bookmarked the article as one of my needed reads :) 
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