Python Bytes

Python Bytes is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken. The show is a short discussion on the headlines and noteworthy news in the Python, developer, and data science space.

https://pythonbytes.fm/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 26m. Bisher sind 230 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 11 hours 30 minutes

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episode 8: Python gets Grumpy, avoiding burnout, Postman for API testing and more


This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 8, recorded on **January 10th, 2017**. In this episode we discuss **Python is Grumpy, avoiding burnout, Postman for API testing and more**.


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 2017-01-10  20m
 
 

episode 7: Python 3.6 is out, Sanic is a blazing web framework, and are failing our open source infrastructure?


This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 7, recorded on Wednesday, January 4th. In this episode we discuss Python 3.6 being release, a blazing Python web framework called Sanic, how we are failing our open source infrastructure, and more.


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 2017-01-04  21m
 
 

episode 6: Python 3.6 is going to be awesome, Kite: your friendly co-developing AI


This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 6, recorded on Monday, December 12th. In this episode we discuss why Python 3.6 is going to be awesome, kite: your friendly co- developing AI, and more!


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 2016-12-12  19m
 
 

episode 5: Legacy Python vs Python and why words matter and Request's 5 Whys retrospective


This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 5, recorded on December 5, 2016. In this episode we discuss Legacy Python vs Python and why words matter and Request's 5 Whys retrospective.


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 2016-12-05  18m
 
 

episode 4: Python 3 is just fine for beginners thank you, q is awesome for debugging, and more


This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 4: recorded on November 28, 2016. In this episode we cover the case for Python 3, asyncio, pyston, pydoc.io, and q.


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 2016-11-29  21m
 
 

episode 3: Python 3.6 is coming, and it's awesome plus superior text processing with Pynini


Welcome to Python Bytes. Python headlines delivered directly to your earbuds. In this episode we cover the new features in Python 3.6, text processing with Pynini, Python is 2nd most popular language on GitHub and more.


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 2016-11-23  29m
 
 

episode 2: PyCon, awesome python, python developer job prospects, and more


Welcome to Python Bytes. Python headlines delivered directly to your earbuds. In this second episode we cover a couple of key python package releases, pycon, awesome python, python developer job prospects, and more!


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 2016-11-14  17m
 
 

episode 1: Intro to the show and pip 9 is out!


Welcome to Python Bytes. Python headlines delivered directly to your earbuds. In this first episode we cover PyData videos, safety-db project, and more!


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 2016-11-07  16m
 
 

episode 170: Visualize this: Visualizing Python's visualization ecosystem


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Michael #1:Python visualization graph

  • via Prayson Daniel
  • The PyViz.org website is an open platform for helping users decide on the best open-source (OSS) Python data visualization tools for their purposes, with links, overviews, comparisons, and examples...


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 1970-01-01  29m
 
 

episode 171: Chilled out Python decorators with PEP 614


Sponsored by Datadog: pythonbytes.fm/datadog

Special guest: David Amos

David #1:PEP 614 – Relaxing Grammar Restrictions on Decorators

  • Python currently requires that all decorators consist of a dotted name, optionally followed by a single call.
    • E.g., can’t use subscripts or chained calls
  • PEP proposes allowing any valid expression...


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 1970-01-01  34m