Hey guys! Did you enjoy last weekend with your Valentine? I really hope so! But now it's time to back to Python stuff right?
In this case, this month's newsletter is right for you. We have the first version of Python running on Apple Silicon, a cool new feature for the next version of Python, some tips about configuring VSCode, and so on.
Just another thing before leaving you to the links section.
I've started a new substack site (newsletter?) where I write about everything I like... mostly technology stuff... but the idea is that will be my personal site, not a "Python-related" site. If you want to know more, point your browser to https://mastro35.substack.com/ and feel free to subscribe and comment, let's make it an interesting place to visit!
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Happy coding! :)
PEP 634 -- Structural Pattern Matching: Specification | Python.org\ Author: Brandt Bucher\ Audience Level: Intermediate
Are you tired of using dictionaries to simulate other languages
statements? Well, PEP 634 has been approved so you will not have to wait a
long time to have the
match statement in Python for this!
VSCode Customization: Supercharge Your IDE - DEV Community\ Author: Vladimir Iashin\ Audience Level: Beginner - Intermediate
You know what? Microsoft Visual Studio Code is my favorite Python editor and in this article, by Vladimir Iashin you will learn some useful tricks to improve your experience when using VSCode.
Python behind the scenes #8: how Python integers work\ Author: Victor Skvortsov\ Audience Level: Advanced
Another great article by Ten Thousand meters regarding integers in Python. Victor is keeping up this "Python behind the scenes" series to better understand Python internals and he's doing great work on this!
This is an unusual article for this website... something to listen to while programming! Isn't that cool? :) However, the advice is not only to read this specific article but to follow Nicola's website. Nicola defines himself as a Software Craftsman, I've met him in some conferences and found out that he's a great professional, so my two cents: follow him!
Programming language Python: First version released to run natively on Apple M1 | ZDNet\ Author: Liam Tung\ Audience Level: All levels
The first version of Python running on Apple Silicon has been released. I believe that Apple Silicon is going to change forever the complete industry, so this is just one small step in a very big picture that we'll have to consider from now on.
Do you use macOS for developing in Python? In this case, hombrew Python is not for you, and in this article, Justin Mayer explains why.
-- Inviato da iPhone