There seem to be three kinds of Python developers: those unaware of type hints or have no opinion, ones that embrace them, and others who have an allergic reaction at the mention of them. Python is famously a dynamically typed language, but there are advantages to adding type hints to your code. This week on the show, we have Luciano Ramalho to discuss his recent talk titled, "Type hints, protocols, and good sense."
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Designing for Users and Building a Social Network With Django
58:59Are you looking for a project to practice your Django skills? Designing the fundamental interactions of a social network is an instructive way to explore models and relationships while learning advanced Django skills. This week on the show, we talk with previous guest Martin Breuss about his new four-part series, "Build a Social Network With Django".
Launching Python, Virtual Environments, and Locking Dependencies With Brett Cannon
50:42Would you like a simple command to launch your Python programs using the newest version of the language installed on your machine? This week on the show, we continue our conversation with Brett Cannon. Brett discusses his project, the Python Launcher for Unix.
Continuing to Unravel Python's Syntactic Sugar With Brett Cannon
58:31A year ago, we had Brett Cannon on the show to discuss his blog series about unravelling Python's syntactic sugar. Brett has written 15 more entries in the series, and he returns to the show this week to continue our conversation. We dive into unravelling 'async' and 'await' statements and their relationship with Python's generators.
2021 Real Python Articles Wrap Up
1:03:34It's been a year of change at Real Python! The Real Python team has written, edited, curated, illustrated, and produced a mountain of Python articles this year. We also added many new members to the team, updated the site's features, and created new styles of tutorials and projects.
A Python Journey: Cyber Security, Automating AWS, and TDD
54:29The Python community continually grows, with many users coming from different languages and backgrounds. This week on the show, we talk with developer Hugh Tipping about his Python journey. Hugh is also a member of the Real Python community.
Solving Advent of Code Puzzles With Python
57:02Are you ready to break open the first days of puzzles from the annual Advent of Code challenge? Advent of Code is an advent calendar of twenty-five programming puzzles published each December. Practicing solving puzzles is a great way to build your Python skills. This week on the show, we have previous guest and Real Python author Geir Arne Hjelle to discuss his recent article titled, "Advent of Code: Solving Your Puzzles With Python."
Discussing Type Hints, Protocols, and Ducks in Python
1:21:03There seem to be three kinds of Python developers: those unaware of type hints or have no opinion, ones that embrace them, and others who have an allergic reaction at the mention of them. Python is famously a dynamically typed language, but there are advantages to adding type hints to your code. This week on the show, we have Luciano Ramalho to discuss his recent talk titled, "Type hints, protocols, and good sense."
Building a Content Aggregator and Working With RSS in Python
57:55Have you wanted to work with RSS feeds in Python? Maybe you're looking for a new project to build for your portfolio that uses Django, unit tests, and custom commands. This week on the show, we have Real Python author Ricky White to talk about his recent step-by-step project titled, "Build a Content Aggregator in Python."
The Legacy of OLPC and Charismatic Pitfalls in Teaching Programming
1:22:08Do you remember the One Laptop Per Child program? What went wrong, and what can we learn from the program's failure? What are the potential pitfalls of charismatic technology, and how can we avoid them when introducing students to programming? This week on the show, former guest Al Sweigart and author Morgan Ames are here to talk about her book "The Charisma Machine - The Life, Death, and Legacy of One Laptop per Child."
Exploring Django Templates, Tags, and Filters
1:01:55Are you getting the most out of the Django framework? It's a powerful web framework if you're not interested in reinventing the wheel. Django includes a useful template system with inheritance for composing reusable HTML. This week on the show, we have previous guest and Real Python author Christopher Trudeau to talk about his recent articles and courses about Django.