I want to share blogs and podcasts I occasionally read/hear stuff from.
First things first. This is a good feed for any Python related news.
This is a great source of information for beginners and I really love the community around this resource.
This is the personal blog of well known in Python community Ned Batchelder.
Nikita Sobolev's blog mostly about Python, engineering practices and career development. Always interesting for me to read his posts and thoughts.
Here you learn not so much how to learn the basics of the language, but learn how to really write applications using Python. Low signal-to-noise ratio.
Blog of the author of "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python". Will be interesting for beginners.
Talk Python To Me is a podcast for developers who want to know news about the language and related technologies. Sometimes good, sometimes boring but worth sharing.
I like its slogan: "A podcast about Python and the people who make it great". It provides insights into the projects, platforms, and practices that engineers, business leaders, and data scientists need to know about to learn and grow in their career. Also it worth mention it's child podcast: Data Engineering podcast.
Blog of Daniel Roy Greenfeld about Python and Django.
It will be interesting for Python full stack developers as well as JS developers.
It is a weekly Python Newsletter. It picks the best of Python blog posts, open-source projects, interesting tweets.
A blog for Python beginners. The author provides a lot of tips and code snippets.
The author writes about Python-related things but with a bias towards Data Engineering.
Good source of information, but recently not really Python-related.
Then, there is Guido's own blog :) - not regularly updated though but maybe interesting.
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