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Published the first pre-release version of the Python library `wwdtm` version 2.0, which is a wholesale re-structure and rebuild of the current `libwwdtm` library. The new version of the library now incorporates more thorough type hints and wraps the various data access functions in their respective class objects.

Documentation for the new version of the library is done via reStructuredText docstrings and Sphinx to generate documentation that can be published as HTML. An online version of the docs is available at docs.wwdt.me.

On top of the new version of the library is also a version of the Wait Wait Stats API. Version 2.0 of the API switches from being built on Flask to being built on FastAPI. The switch allows for extensive use of Pydantic models, response validation and automatic generation of OpenAPI documentation. The new version of the API is still in pre-release form and hasn't been published to the public yet. Source code for the new version of the API is available on GitHub at: github.com/questionlp/api.wwdt.me_fastapi.
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We often jump in and out of Matplotlib and find the minimum we need to create the plot we want. However, getting an understanding of what's happening behind the scenes in the library can be very fruitful.
In this Chapter of The Python Coding Book, I look at some of the fundamentals on what makes up a Matplotlib figure, what's the difference between `Figure` and `Axes` objects, and also get a taste of 3D plots and animations, such as the one below!
Here's the link to the full Chapter:
Basics of Data Visualisation in Python using Matplotlib
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I wrote a Medium article for a one-line Python solution for the FizzBuzz problem commonly given during job interviews.

https://medium.com/codex/one-line-fizzbuzz-solution-in-python-3-9aff0cd98a69
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We all know the basics are very important when learning anything. The main built-in data structures in Python are among these basics when learning how to code.

But often, they're seen as a bit...boring.

In this article, I've written a step-by-step tutorial that explores using lists, tuples, dictionaries, and sets in Python through a different type of project—The Chaotic Balls Animation. You can see what it looks like in the video below.

Have a go a writing this program, and feel free to make it your own! Let me know of other tile-action ideas you try out...
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Started a project called "Salad CLI+", Salad CLI+ was a program written in Python that increased your earnings and gave you more customizability over a program called Salad.

Although Salad CLI+ was made on Sep 18th, 2020, it was only released on Jan 14th, 2021.


Salad CLI+ has been permanently deleted on the 6th of August 2021.
Comunity Content Creator, Salad
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