#469: PuePy: Reactive frontend framework in Python
Talk Python To Me Podcast
by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
1w ago
Python is one of the most popular languages of the current era. It dominates data science, it an incredible choice for web development, and its many people's first language. But it's not super great on front-end programing, is it? Frameworks like React, Vue and other JavaScript frameworks rule the browser and few other languages even get a chance to play there. But with pyscript, which I've covered several times on this show, we have the possibility of Python on the front end. Yet it's not really a front end framework, just a runtime in the browser. That's why I'm excited to have Ken Kinder on ..read more
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#468: Python Trends Episode 2024
Talk Python To Me Podcast
by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
3w ago
I've gathered a group of Python experts who have been thinking deeply about where Python is going and who have lived through where it has been. This episode is all about near-term Python trends and things we each believe will be important to focus on as Python continues to grow. Our panelists are Jodie Burchell, Carol Willing, and Paul Everett. Episode sponsors Code Comments Posit Talk Python Courses Links from the show Shiny course at Talk Python: talkpython.fm/shiny Jodie Burchell: @t_redactyl Carol on Mastodon: @willingc@hachyderm.io Paul Everitt: @paulweveritt Watch this episode on Yo ..read more
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#466: Pydantic Performance Tips
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
1M ago
You're using Pydantic and it seems pretty straightforward, right? But could you adopt some simple changes to your code that would make it a lot faster and more efficient? Chances are, you'll find a couple of the tips from Sydney Runkle that will do just that. Join us to talk about Pydantic performance tips here on Talk Python. Episode sponsors Sentry Error Monitoring, Code TALKPYTHON Code Comments Talk Python Courses Links from the show Sydney Runkle: linkedin.com Pydantic: pydantic.dev Performance docs: docs.pydantic.dev Union tips: docs.pydantic.dev Sydney's presentation slides: docs.goo ..read more
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#465: The AI Revolution Won't Be Monopolized
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
1M ago
There hasn't been a boom like the AI boom since the .com days. And it may look like a space destined to be controlled by a couple of tech giants. But Ines Montani thinks open source will play an important role in the future of AI. I hope you join us for this excellent conversation about the future of AI and open source. Episode sponsors Sentry Error Monitoring, Code TALKPYTHON Porkbun Talk Python Courses Links from the show Ines Montani on Twitter: @_inesmontani spaCy: spacy.io Prodigy App: prodi.gy Ines' presentation at PyCon Lithuania: youtube.com LM Studio: lmstudio.ai Little Bobby Tabl ..read more
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#464: Seeing code flows and generating tests with Kolo
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
1M ago
Do you want to look inside your Django request? How about all of your requests in development and see where they overlap? If that sounds useful, you should check out Kolo. It's a pretty incredible extension for your editor (VS Code at the moment, more editors to come most likely). We have Wilhelm Klopp on to tell us all about it. Episode sponsors Sentry Error Monitoring, Code TALKPYTHON Talk Python Courses Links from the show Wil on Twitter: @wilhelmklopp Kolo: kolo.app Kolo's info repo: github.com Kolo Playground: play.kolo.app Generating tests with Kolo: kolo.app Watch this episode on Yo ..read more
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#463: Running on Rust: Granian Web Server
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
2M ago
So you've created a web app with Python using Flask, Django, FastAPI, or even Emmett. It works great on your machine. How do you get it out to the world? You'll need a production-ready web server. On this episode, we have Giovanni Barillari to tell us about his relatively-new server named Granian. It promises better performance and much better consistency than many of the more well known ones today. Episode sponsors Neo4j Talk Python Courses Links from the show New spaCy course: talkpython.fm Giovanni: @gi0baro Granian: github.com Emmett: emmett.sh Renoir: github.com Watch this episode on ..read more
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#462: Pandas and Beyond with Wes McKinney
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
2M ago
This episode dives into some of the most important data science libraries from the Python space with one of its pioneers: Wes McKinney. He's the creator or co-creator of pandas, Apache Arrow, and Ibis projects and an entrepreneur in this space. Episode sponsors Neo4j Mailtrap Talk Python Courses Links from the show Wes' Website: wesmckinney.com Pandas: pandas.pydata.org Apache Arrow: arrow.apache.org Ibis: ibis-project.org Python for Data Analysis - Groupby Summary: wesmckinney.com/book Polars: pola.rs Dask: dask.org Sqlglot: sqlglot.com Pandoc: pandoc.org Quarto: quarto.org Evidence frame ..read more
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#460: Dropbase: Build Internal Tools with Python
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
2M ago
Do you find yourself or your team building internal apps frequently for your company? Are you familiar with the term "forms over data"? They are super empowering for your org but they can be pretty repetitive and you might find yourself spending more time than you'd like working on them rather than core products and services. I invited Jimmy Chan from Dropbase to tell us about their service who's tagline is "Build internal web apps with just Python." It's a cool service and a fun conversation. Episode sponsors Mailtrap Talk Python Courses Links from the show Build internal web apps with ju ..read more
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#459: I Built A Python SaaS with AI
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
3M ago
We all know that tools like ChatGPT have really empowered developers to tackle bigger problems. Are you using TailwindCSS and need a login page? Try asking Chat "What is the HTML for a login page with the login username, password, and button in its own section in the center of the page?" It will literally give you a first pass version of it. But how far can you push this? Fred Tubiermont may have taken it farther than most. He built a functioning SaaS product with paying customers by only using ChatGPT and Python. It's fascinating to hear his story. Episode sponsors Mailtrap Talk Python Cour ..read more
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#458: Serverless Python in 2024
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by Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)
3M ago
What is the state of serverless computing and Python in 2024? What are some of the new tools and best practices? We are lucky to have Tony Sherman who has a lot of practical experience with serverless programming on the show. Episode sponsors Sentry Error Monitoring, Code TALKPYTHON Mailtrap Talk Python Courses Links from the show Tony Sherman on Twitter: twitter.com Tony Sherman: linkedin.com PyCon serverless talk: youtube.com AWS re:Invent talk: youtube.com Powertools for AWS Lambda: docs.powertools.aws.dev Pantsbuild: The ergonomic build system: pantsbuild.org aws-lambda-power-tuning: g ..read more
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