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#107 Restructuring and searching data, the Python way
Dec 7 • 22 min
#106 Fluent query APIs on Python collections
Dec 1 • 26 min
#105 Colorizing and Restoring Old Images with Deep Learning
Nov 23 • 24 min
#104 API Evolution the Right Way
Nov 17 • 30 min
#103 Getting to 10x (results for developers)
Nov 8 • 27 min
#102 Structure of a Flask Project
Oct 31 • 26 min
#101 Nobel Prize awarded to a Python convert
Oct 24 • 21 min
#100 The big 100 with special guests
Oct 19 • 42 min
#99 parse - the regex antidote in Python
Oct 16 • 21 min
#98 Python-Electron as a Python GUI
Oct 8 • 26 min
#97 Java goes paid
Sep 28 • 24 min
#96 Python Language Summit 2018
Sep 22 • 26 min
#95 Unleash the py-spy!
Sep 15 • 23 min
#94 Why don’t you like notebooks?
Sep 6 • 23 min
#93 Looking like there will be a PyBlazor!
Aug 31 • 24 min
#92 Will your Python be compiled?
Aug 25 • 26 min
#91 Will there be a PyBlazor?
Aug 15 • 20 min
#90 A Django Async Roadmap
Aug 7 • 25 min
#89 A tenacious episode that won’t give up
Aug 4 • 28 min
#88 Python has brought computer programming to a vast new audience
Jul 27 • 23 min
#87 Guido van Rossum steps down
Jul 17 • 33 min
#86 Make your NoSQL async and await-able with uMongo
Jul 13 • 26 min
#85 Visually debugging your Jupyter notebook
Jul 3 • 24 min
#84 Vibora web framework: It’s fast, async, and means viper
Jun 28 • 26 min
#83 from __future__ import braces
Jun 22 • 29 min
#82 Let’s make a clear Python 3 statement
Jun 15 • 25 min
#81 Making your C library callable from Python by wrapping it with Cython
Jun 5 • 17 min
#80 Dan Bader drops by and we found 30 new Python projects
May 29 • 30 min
#79 15 Tips to Enhance your Github Flow
May 25 • 27 min
#78 Setting Expectations for Open Source Participation
May 18 • 26 min
#77 You Don’t Have To Be a Workaholic To Win
May 12 • 21 min
#76 Goodbye zero-versioning
May 4 • 30 min
#75 pypi.org officially launches
Apr 28 • 19 min
#74 Contributing to Open Source effectively
Apr 19 • 24 min
#73 This podcast comes in any color you want, as long as it’s black
Apr 12 • 18 min
#72 New versioning: Episode 0.0.7.2 (with 72 releases)
Apr 5 • 22 min
#71 We can migrate to Python 3, careful please
Mar 28 • 24 min
#70 Have you seen my log? It’s cute!
Mar 23 • 15 min
#69 Digging into StackOverflow’s 2018 survey results
Mar 18 • 24 min
#68 Python notebooks galore!
Mar 6 • 19 min
#67 Result of moving Python to Github
Mar 1 • 21 min
#66 Wait, NoSQL with ACID and transactions?
Feb 23 • 21 min
#65 Speed of your import statements affecting performance?
Feb 14 • 27 min
#64 The GUI phoenix rises with wxPython
Feb 9 • 21 min
#63 We’re still on a desktop GUI kick
Feb 1 • 21 min
#62 Wooey and Gooey are simple Python GUIs
Jan 26 • 28 min
#61 On Being a Senior Engineer
Jan 16 • 22 min
#60 Don’t dismiss SQLite as just a starter DB
Jan 11 • 26 min
#59 Instagram disregards Python’s GC (again)
Jan 5 • 25 min
#58 Better cache decorators and another take on type hints
Dec 26, 2017 • 15 min
#57 Our take on Excel and Python
Dec 21, 2017 • 15 min
#56 The pendulum of time swings beautifully in PyPI
Dec 14, 2017 • 16 min
#55 Flask, Flask, Flask, 3x Flask
Dec 7, 2017 • 20 min
#54 PyAnnotate your way to the future
Nov 29, 2017 • 18 min
#53 Getting started with devpi and Git Virtual FS
Nov 22, 2017 • 22 min
#52 Call your APIs with uplink and test them in the tavern
Nov 16, 2017 • 21 min
#51 How to make your code 80 times faster
Nov 9, 2017 • 21 min
#50 Bundling , shipping, and protecting Python applications
Nov 2, 2017 • 19 min
#49 Your technical skills are obsolete: now what?
Oct 25, 2017 • 25 min
#48 Garbage collection and memory management in Python
Oct 19, 2017 • 17 min
#47 PyPy now works with way more C-extensions and parking your package safely
Oct 12, 2017 • 16 min
#46 Spicy lecture notes and unicorn console spinners
Oct 5, 2017 • 16 min
#45 A really small web API and OS-level machine learning
Sep 29, 2017 • 19 min
#44 pip install malicious-code
Sep 20, 2017 • 26 min
#43 Python string theory, v2
Sep 14, 2017 • 18 min
#42 Behold: The Python 2 death clock
Sep 8, 2017 • 23 min
#41 Python Concurrency From the Ground Up and Caring for our Community
Aug 31, 2017 • 23 min
#40 Packet Manipulation with Scapy
Aug 24, 2017 • 22 min
#39 The new PyPI
Aug 17, 2017 • 43 min
#38 Hacking Classic Nintendo Games with Python
Aug 9, 2017 • 24 min
#37 Rule over the shells with Sultan
Aug 2, 2017 • 18 min
#36 Craft Your Python Like Poetry and Other Musings
Jul 28, 2017 • 22 min
#35 How developers change programming languages over time
Jul 19, 2017 • 24 min
#34 The Real Threat of Artificial Intelligence
Jul 13, 2017 • 22 min
#33 You should build an Alexa skill
Jul 6, 2017 • 17 min
#32 8 ways to contribute to open source when you have no time
Jul 1, 2017 • 23 min
#31 You should have a change log
Jun 21, 2017 • 21 min
#30 You are not Google and other ruminations
Jun 15, 2017 • 24 min
#29 Responsive Bar Charts with Bokeh, Flask, and Python 3
Jun 8, 2017 • 23 min
#28 The meaning of _ in Python
Jun 2, 2017 • 20 min
#27 The PyCon 2017 recap and functional Python
May 25, 2017 • 19 min
* All videos available: * Lessons learned: * pick up swag on day one. vendors run out. * take business cards with you and keep them on you * Not your actual business cards unless you are representing your company. * Cards that have your social media,…
#26 How have you automated your life, or CLI, with Python?
May 19, 2017 • 19 min
#25 Could we have more in-database machine learning please?
May 12, 2017 • 17 min
#24 I have a local PyPI server and so do you!
May 3, 2017 • 19 min
Welcome to Python bytes. Episode 24, recorded May 2, 2017. This episode is sponsored by rollbar: **Brian #1:[Learning Python Series by Doug Farrell](https://dbader.org/blog/python-intro-statements-variables-and-loops), published on dbader.org** * Doug…
#23 Can you grok the GIL?
Apr 26, 2017 • 19 min
#22 PYTHONPATH considered harmful
Apr 18, 2017 • 15 min
#21 Python has a new star framework for RESTful APIs
Apr 13, 2017 • 20 min
#20 Finding similar but not identical images in 128 bits via Python
Apr 5, 2017 • 23 min
#19 Put your Python dictionaries in a box and apparently Python is really wanted
Mar 27, 2017 • 19 min
#18 Python 3 has some amazing types and you can now constructively insult your shell!
Mar 21, 2017 • 18 min
**#1 Brian:[pdir2](https://github.com/laike9m/pdir2)** * Nice use of animated gif to showcase what it does. * It’s a replacement for `dir()` to use interactively. * `pip install pdir2` , but `import pdir` . * `pdir(something)` gives you all that `dir()`…
#17 Google’s Python is on fire and Simon says you have CPU load Pythonically
Mar 18, 2017 • 19 min
**#1 Brian:[python-fire](https://github.com/google/python-fire)** * Suggested by several listeners * Under the Google repo set on github but not a Google product. * “Python Fire is a library for automatically generating command line interfaces (CLIs) from…
#16 Postmodern Python and Open-source Financial Awards
Mar 7, 2017 • 19 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news delivered directly to your earbuds: episode 16, recorded on March 6th, 2017.
#15 Digging into Python packaging
Feb 28, 2017 • 16 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news delivered directly to your earbuds: episode 15, recorded on February 27, 2017.
#14 Lots of Python style and Python 3000 is 3000 days old
Feb 22, 2017 • 15 min
**Brian #1:** [**Tiny Python 3.6 Notebook - Matt Harrison**](https://github.com/mattharrison/Tiny- Python-3.6-Notebook/blob/master/README.md) * README : * Full Book on GitHub : * “This is not so much an instructional manual, but rather notes, tables, and…
#13 Python making the move to GitHub and Dropbox is stepping back from Pyston
Feb 14, 2017 • 18 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 13, recorded on February 13, 2017. In this episode we discuss Python making the move to GitHub and Dropbox stepping back from Pyston.
#12 Expanding your Python mental model and serving millions of requests per second with Python
Feb 7, 2017 • 19 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 12, recorded on February 6th, 2017. In this episode we discuss expanding your Python mental model and serving millions of requests per second with Python.
#11 Django 2.0 is dropping Python 2 entirely, pipenv for profile functionality, and Pythonic home automation
Jan 31, 2017 • 20 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 11, recorded on **January 30th, 2017**.
#10 Dismissing Python’s Garbage Collection, PyPI Name Reservations, and Hackers Exfiltrate US Government Data to Save Itself
Jan 23, 2017 • 25 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 10, recorded on **Monday, January 23rd, 2016**.
#9 Walking with async coroutines, diving deep into requests, and a universe of options (for AIs)
Jan 17, 2017 • 23 min
This is Python Bytes, Python headlines and news deliver directly to your earbuds: episode 9, recorded on **Tuesday, January 17th**. In this episode we discuss **walking with async coroutines, diving deep into requests, and a universe of options (for…
#8 Python gets Grumpy, avoiding burnout, Postman for API testing and more
Jan 10, 2017 • 20 min
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**.
#7 Python 3.6 is out, Sanic is a blazing web framework, and are failing our open source infrastructure?
Jan 4, 2017 • 21 min
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…
#6 Python 3.6 is going to be awesome, Kite: your friendly co-developing AI
Dec 12, 2016 • 19 min
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!
#5 Legacy Python vs Python and why words matter and Request’s 5 Whys retrospective
Dec 5, 2016 • 18 min
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.
#4 Python 3 is just fine for beginners thank you, q is awesome for debugging, and more
Nov 29, 2016 • 21 min
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.
#3 Python 3.6 is coming, and it’s awesome plus superior text processing with Pynini
Nov 23, 2016 • 29 min
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.
#2 PyCon, awesome python, python developer job prospects, and more
Nov 14, 2016 • 17 min
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!
#1 Intro to the show and pip 9 is out!
Nov 7, 2016 • 16 min
Welcome to Python Bytes. Python headlines delivered directly to your earbuds. In this first episode we cover PyData videos, safety-db project, and more!