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The Complete Python Certification Bootcamp Bundle

This Enormous 85-Hour Bundle Will Teach You How to Build Programs, Analyze Data, & More with This Leading General-Purpose Language Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer. We are offering a massive 98% off on The Complete Python Certification Bootcamp Bundle. Get it now with only $34,99 instead of the original price ...

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Understanding Selenium Python Bindings for effective Test Automation

With many apps being developed at a rapid pace, testing and releasing the apps is starting to become a challenge. However, with the use of various rapid automation techniques and automation tools like Selenium, testing teams are able to test early, resolve issues and release apps faster. Selenium automation has proven to be an excellent tool to automate test cases ...

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What’s new in Python 3.9?

The latest Python version has become increasingly common among users since its addition to Ubuntu 21.04 a couple of months ago. That gives developers plenty of reason to start using it in their projects right away. So we think it’s fair for you to know what features the newest release has to offer — and you’re definitely going to like ...

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Generating Meaningful Mock Data with Faker

 Faker is an Open Source Python package that generates synthetic data that could be used for many things such as populating a database, do load testing or anonymize production data for development or ML purposes. Generating fully random data isn’t a good choice: with Faker you can drive the generation process and tailor the generated data to your specific needs: ...

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Python Calculations in Jupyter with Handcalcs

 Jupyter notebooks allows LaTeX rendering inside markdown. This way you can write complex math equations within a notebook. While LaTeX is the de facto standard for scientific documents, it hasn’t a very friendly and intuitive syntax. handcalcs is an Open Source library for converting Python calculations into rendered LaTeX: just write the symbolic formula, followed by numeric substitutions and that’s ...

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Diagrams as Code with Python

 In my career I have noticed that often organizations are reluctant on providing Engineering teams with licenses for software to draw diagrams. In the best case scenarios MS Visio is usually the only option available, which isn’t the best experience when trying to draw modern software architectures. Several online options are available, but they require to share project details that ...

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