- Some decent articles (if we do say so ourselves) to have a read through:
- Read up on getting started with Linting and Flake8, a new article on the blog. Read it then use it on the platform (more on this below).
- Check out Bob's highlights from PyConES 2019.
- We have a heap of new features for you on the CodeChallenges Platform! Here's a quick list:
- You can now customize the in-browser editor's theme, set emacs/vim keybindings and enable autocomplete!
- You now have the ability to run Flake8 and Black against your code on the platform.
- There's an option in your Settings to enable notifications for newly added Bites. (Go do this now!)
- Your Profile Page now displays Learning Path Badges for the paths you've completed.
- Saving and Running Tests on a Bite now presents you with a Pytest Summary:
- The Bites of Py home page now contains a "code a Random Bite" link which will take you to a random, incomplete Bite.
- You can now Save your code without running tests.
Check these out in more detail on the CodeChallenges News page.
- Some Computer Vision goodness to share if you haven't seen it already. Adrian Rosebrock over at pyimagesearch has put an amazing 81-page guide together on learning Computer Vision, Deep Learning and OpenCV! Check it out here.
- Our PyConES 2019 Challenge has been extended until the end of this month, 27-Oct-2019 23:59 AoE. The 3 best submissions will win one of the following prizes:
- A one year subscription to our Bites of Py Premium Tier.
- A copy of our 100 Days of Web in Python course.
- A 75 USD Amazon.com Gift Card to spend on (Python) books.
- and all 3 winners also get a copy of our Newbie Bites to keep or give away to a friend who wants to learn Python.
Good luck and don't forget, all open source PRs in October count toward Hacktoberfest!
- Only 10 days left until our CodeChallenges Premium Subscription prices are raised. Read more about how this will work here.
Have a wonderful week!
Question: What features would you like to see on the CodeChallenges platform? Hit reply or tweet us!
>>> from pybites import Bob, Julian
Keep calm and code in Python!