Why Python? A few reasons why you should learn it

Nowadays, we have a very wide spectrum of education opportunities, information retrieval, access to knowledge and source materials on various topics. I would like to discuss programming topics mainly for beginners, to encourage all of you to learn, because programming is fun!   Privately, I am a proponent of progressive education and I sincerely recommend […]

Is Python worth learning? A journey back to the beginning

  Once upon a time in the Netherlands, a programmer had an idea that would give rise to a new programming language. Who was this person, why did they create a new language and why did they do it the way they did? And is Python worth learning? Let’s journey back to the beginning! How […]

5 Cool New Features in Python 3.7

Python 3.7 was released on June 27, 2018. It came with few interesting features and many performance improvements.  What does exactly the new Python version bring? Is it as cool as we all expected? Let’s see! In short words, you can find there:   new breakpoint() function, async / await as reserved keywords, module level […]

# Unpacking what’s in python 3.5

Python 3.5 – the latest major release of my favorite programming language comes with a few handy additions – one of which is a small new convenience feature I wanted to write about today. Among definitely more complex enhancements like async/await, type hinting support, Windows C-runtime and installer changes, it might be easily overlooked. Still, […]

Back to the future with async and await in Python 3.5

Python 3.5 was released on September 13th, a couple of weeks ago. Among it’s features it introduces new syntax focused on facilitating writing asynchronous code – await expression and async def, async with and async forstatements. Days of future past Major Python releases take place about every year and a half (Python 3.4 was released […]

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