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Author: Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken

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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.
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James Pink

I get that str.strip() needs some work. However, for the time being (and to ensure backwards compatibility) surely re.sub() is a solid choice for some of the use cases you guys are discussed no?

Jul 10th
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Antonio Andrade

can't believe it

Apr 30th
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Patel Milan R

Author: Jukka Lehtosalo Sponsor: Guido van Rossum Status: Accepted Version: 3.8 PEP 484 defines the type Dict[K, V] for uniform dictionaries, where each value has the same type, and arbitrary key values are supported. It doesn't properly support the common pattern where the type of a dictionary value depends on the string value of the key. Core idea: Consider creating a type to validate an arbitrary JSON document with a fixed schema Proposed syntax: https://icetutor.com

Feb 26th
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Raymond Buhr

I think the methodology for the calculation of language popularity is specifically under representative of both R and python. if you check out trends for dplyr (R) or pandas (python) packages for data manipulation, both dwarf the overall language specific searches. I wonder if that bias also partially led to the declining interest in Ruby on Rails.

Jun 25th
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connor maynes

fgr Dr rhh

Jun 1st
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Raj

Thanks for the kubernetes example, and overall good episode

Mar 22nd
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Mian A. Shah

ypf

Jan 28th
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GreatBahram

As usual, perfect!

Jan 27th
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Antonio Andrade

I think you missed to highlight all the nice work of realphlython and your podcasts, these are key stuffs for Python in 2018!

Dec 27th
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Vignesh Anand Krishnan

The jokes are good but let brian do it. 😂

Dec 13th
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GreatBahram

Congrats Python Bytes. This episode was really great 😎

Oct 27th
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pyguy

Joel Grus talk can be found here: https://youtu.be/7jiPeIFXb6U

Oct 8th
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Antonio Andrade

víbora means in Spanish: snake. umm, just thinking about Phyton

Aug 4th
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GreatBahram

It's intetesting the title is flask but you guys spoke more about Django? kidding? hahaha please dont mess with us《Mico framework fans Thanks

Jun 28th
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Antonio Andrade

nice, another super good Python postcast

May 20th
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