Human’s created computers to do tedious and repetitive tasks through hardware and programming. One such task that can done by a computer is coming up with passwords for you. Have you ever created a password only to forget it two weeks later or have it guessed by your best friend? Or do you use the … More Why you Should Automate Password Generation with Python
One of the most common questions I see on learning python forums is “What is python best for” or some variation of it such as “Is python good for GUI?” or one of my favorites, “is Python the greatest language ever for AI?” And if you’ve landed on this page you either have this question … More What kind of software development is Python best for?
Edited and approved by: Stefan Bradstreet A Brief Introduction… The problems you will try to solve as a programmer have a great likelihood of recurring throughout your software projects. This means that pieces of code will continuously need to be refined and updated as your program adds functionalities, adapts to shifting requirements, or eliminates bugs. … More Factory Pattern in Python
Edited and approved by: Stefan Bradstreet ‘Manually adding query strings’ or ‘form-encoding POST data’ may sound like gibberish at first, but these are some of the first tasks we spare ourselves of when we use the Python programming language to issue HTTP requests. In fact, Requests is an entire library that is one of the … More Making HTTP Requests With Python
Edited and approved by: Stefan Bradstreet What can be done with Python? Python is a computer programming language used to create websites, web applications and graphical user interface applications for use on your computer simply. It is a highly abstract language which has a wide scope of applications and easy to learn. Some people wonder … More Can You Do Game Development In Python?
Python 2 Frozen From the beginning of the year 2020, the group of volunteers who manage Python programming language had decided that they were “sunsetting Python 2”. This means that no improvement features would be done on the version of Python programming language, not even security bug fixes. So, if anyone wonders “why my Python … More What’s Hot in Python, Jan 2020
Within 40 hours a new developer should be able to write basic functional scripts in Python. This time to learn Python can be broken up as follows: 4 hours installing Python and an IDE 4 hours creating a “Hello World” script and running it in your IDE’s console 8 hours learning variables, types, and console … More Time Required For A New Coder To Learn Python From Scratch
Edited and approved by: Stefan Bradstreet Can I really learn Python on my own? Good question. You should know that there is no direct answer to this question. It all depends on you. But this article will give you insights into seeing the possibilities of learning on your own. Amidst all the programming language difficulties, … More Can I learn Python on my own?
The new year brings with it a consciousness to reflect on the old year and make some decisions concerning the new while counting the achievements of the old. Therefore, it’s a normal thing to see rankings for various kinds of things in various fields all over the internet. Coding is no exception to this unwritten, … More What’s Hot in Python Dec 2019 Recap
Written by: Stefan Bradstreet When it comes to learning to code, Python is one of the easiest coding languages to start with since it resembles standard English. It’s also an interpreted language which means you can write and run your code without compiling it down to binary executable files and shared object libraries where you … More How to Write Your First Python Script Like a Pro