What's up in the python and tech environment? - Issue #57
Welcome to issue #57 of “What’s up in the python and tech environment?”.
This newsletter is mainly intended for developers and those passionate about computers.
This week we will discuss a silly pitfall in the asyncio library, hot reloading in python, malicious code found on PyPI, Deno updates, C++, and much more 😎
From the python world
A seasoned python developer (creator of the Rich package) pointed out a flow for creating and managing asyncio tasks.
Researchers found malicious packages on the PyPi repository.
Researchers uncover obfuscated malicious code on PyPi
Here is an interview between a member of the Reloadium project and the JetBrains team. This project aims to provide Hot Reloading capability to the python world and I find it very exciting! 🤩
An example of how to crawl the dark web with python.
NB: If you want to try it, you must be sure of what you are doing. The dark web is full of danger!
Tip: If you have exceeded the number of free articles you can read on Medium, open the following link in a new private window. 😉
Creating dark web crawler using python and tor
Do you use Tkinter for your GUI applications? Are you tired of the default look? This article shows you a beautiful theme you can apply to your applications ;)
How to make your python GUI look awesome
An overview of the changes brought in SQLAlchemy 2.0
Django 4.2 will come with some huge improvements on the database / ORM levels.
Standout Features in Django 4.2
Mypy, a static type checker just reached version 1.0
From the Web
The team behind Fleet, the next-generation IDE by JetBrains released a new version 1.15 with Git improvements, Tailwind CSS support, and more.
Continuing with Deno, here is a summary of what they accomplished last year. 🙂
Deno in 2022: npm, Edge Functions, Series A, Fresh, and more
Do we have C++ developers in the crowd? Here is a list of editors you can use to code for your favorite programming language.
8 best C++ IDEs to use in 2023
The Pydantic library author announces last week the foundation of his company which will focus on cloud services.
Four (actually two) alternatives to SSH.
4 SSH alternatives better than the original
For Linux / Unix users, here are some aliases that can inspire your to boost your shell scripting productivity.
The most useful Bash / Zsh shell aliases I use daily
To start the week well I am sharing with you the following tweet.
This is all for this week. I hope you enjoy it and if it is the case, don’t hesitate to share it on your social media.
Take care of yourself and see you soon! 🙂
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