Category Archive: python

Apr
28

Tweepy – Python Twitter Library

It‘s pretty awesome and easy to use.  The whole oauth circle is a nice thing to know, but it’s major headache the first time around.  Tweepy hides a lot of the not so fun parts and sets up a simple interface.  So, I’ll assume we can forward past the whole registering a Twitter account in …

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Mar
30

Sphinx Docs

So we’re adding auto-doc’ing capabilities to Nudge, and I’m in charge of Sphinx docs right now.  They’re a PITA…  One space is off? FFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.  Yup about that awesome.  They also don’t like having table items be longer than the column separators.  I’m not sure what they’re really called, but they’re the set of = signs …

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Mar
27

POP!

Recently, whenever I have downtime on the couch I try to learn something new about Python.  For the moment that learning has come through reading other people’s questions on Stack Overflow or the Python subreddit. Last week, I learned about setdefault(‘key’, default_value), and I got a lot of satisfaction while working on Nudge during the …

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