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Python Wrap Up - November 2019

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Vicente G. Reyes
Β·Dec 3, 2019Β·

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Hi! I'm Vicente, your friendly Filipino mod for the #python tag. Today is another episode of the Top Python Posts of the month!

At the end of each month, I'll be curating the top #python posts based on traffic & engagement.

1.) Top 5 Concurrency Interview Questions for Software Engineers

Concurrency and multithreading are some of the most advanced topics brought up in interviews, but a strong foundation in them can put interviewees at a considerable advantage over their peers. In short, these skills are a major plus for software engineers.

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2.) 10 reasons why learning Python is still a great idea

Python has a nice and elegant syntax that allows you to write concise and readable code. The development process is generally very fast because of the language features, a large number of useful libraries in many areas, excellent community support, excellent support for most of the major integrated development environments, and so on.

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3.) Awesome Full Stack Python Resources

A curation of books, courses, youtube video tutorials to become a Full Stack Python Developer.

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4.) Let me introduce you Reverse Python

Creating complex projects is the key to learn fast! If you are following me for a while, you already know I like complex stuff, so we are going to use RabbitMQ + Celery + BeautifulSoup + Django for creating this app.

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5.) Advanced Automation Tips with Python | Selenium

In this article, you'll learn about a web driver, creating a class, how to handle logins, looping on clicks, writing data in a CSV file, handle popups or iframes, send CSV data to web elements, handle dropdowns & navigate the parent element with xpath. Dive right in!

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That wraps up the top #python posts for November. If you'd like to read more, check out #python or follow The Python Dev on Twitter!

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