Mike writes about the latest news and developments in the world of Python. He also regularly features Python developers with notable open source contributions and Python blogs. Mike's also written a number of books about Python if you're interested in learning the language or doing PDF processing with Python.
Armin writes about Rust and Python, and is the creator of the well-known Python API framework Flask. He also writes about systems architecture and API design.
Ned writes frequently about Python, ranging from topics like unusual behaviors you might get when ordering dicts in Python to functional strategies applied to Python programming. You'll find fun articles with puzzles mixed with practical posts and articles about your developer mindset.
Haki focuses on databases, web development, software design, and performance tuning.
Like the name says, Chris' blog focuses on practical Python to solve real-world business problems. He writes about working with Pandas to process Excel files and HTML, does case studies, and writes tutorials about working with Python and data visualization.
Edward is on the AI Platform team at Facebook, and writes and tweets about Haskell, Python, PyTorch, and programming languages in general. He often covers specific areas of a language or framework in depth with posts featuring custom illustrations and visualizations.
Matt Layman blogs about django and demonstrates useful techniques, strategies, tutorials, and tips. People wanting to learn more about python or django should read this blog. Impressively active since 2008, followers can expect a few sporadic posts every month.
Waylon covers many topics around Data Science, Data Engineering, Python, and growing your career as a data scientist. The blog features posts about working with Pandas, Miniconda, and other popular data science libraries in Python.
Miguel is known in the Python community for his contributions to the Flask API framework and writes about Python on his blog. He's a software engineer, photographer and filmmaker, currently lives in Drogheda, Ireland.
Krace writes about Python, Flask/Django and tech books. He also provides practical tips on improving Python knowledge. Latest articles cover topics like Django ORM, Jupyter Notebook, and building plugins with Pluggy.
As is it says on the page, Doug's blog covers Python, OpenStack, and Open Source. He contributes to a number of prominent Python libraries and regularly posts updates on their development. Doug's perhaps best known as the creator of Python Module of the Week.
This blog covers data projects, from Bayesian recommenders to deep learning to data mining. Vincent is a self-taught developer and data scientist, currently living in the Netherlands. He's also the fo-founder and co-chair of PyData Amsterdam.
Computer Science explained simply. Skerritt explains concepts like set theory for competitive programming, designing effective peer-to-peer networks, and algorithms in Python.
Victor loves to explore complex systems and hard-to-grasp ideas and explain them in a simple way. He is the author of the "Python behind the scenes" series, which is a dive into the internals of CPython, Python's interpreter.
Python, Data Science, and Machine Learning Tutorials written by Renan Moura. There's an extensive backlog of posts for anyone looking to go deeper into Python and find practical ways to apply it in the fields of data science and machine learning.
Tobias writes about machine learning and data science in python with a specific focus on natural language processing. On this blog, he regularly shares interesting ideas and methods that came up in his day-to-day work as a freelance data scientist. One signature of the articles is, that all code needed to reproduce the examples is shown and easily accessible.
Nikita writes about Python, engineering practices in general, and his thoughts on career development based on his role as a CTO and founder of his own company. Some of his recent posts cover higher kinded types in Python, how async in Python should've been, and why logging is harder than you think in software development.
Miguendes covers Python features, testing techniques and libraries, best practices. His blog is aimed at intermediate Python developers and students who already knows the basics and want to learn more about not so common features, best practices and libraries.
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