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Python Wrap Up - October 2019

Hi! I'm Vicente, your friendly Filipino mod for the #python tag. Today is another episode of the Top Python Posts of the month!

At the end of each month, I'll be curating the top #python posts based on traffic & engagement.

1.) What software technologies will earn you the highest pay?

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just getting started, as a developer it’s important that you stay on the lookout for opportunities to learn new languages, fameworks, and tools. This is crucial if you want to stay relevant and competitive in today’s job market, as well as increase financial reward.

2.) A Free Ebook on Greedy Algorithms, Divide & Conquer, and Dynamic Programming

Most of the problems you'll encounter within Dynamic Programmg already exist in one shape or another. Often, your problem will build on from the answers for previous problems. Here's a list of common problems that use Dynamic Programming.

3.) Good and Bad Practices of Coding in Python

Python is a high-level multi-paradigm programming language that emphasizes readability. It’s being developed, maintained, and often used following the rules called The Zen of Python or PEP 20.

4.) 20 useful Python tips and tricks you should know

Python is a popular, general-purpose, and widely used programming language. It’s used for data science and machine learning, scientific computing in many areas, back-end Web development, mobile and desktop applications, and so on. Many well-known companies use Python: Google, Dropbox, Facebook, Mozilla, IBM, Quora, Amazon, Spotify, NASA, Netflix, Reddit, and many more.

5.) Best Python framework for building a desktop application and GUI

Python has been the most trending programming language used for object oriented progamming. With python you can run simple statement over and over again without having to compile a whole program of which it's output functionality is superb.

That wraps up the top #python posts for October. If you'd like to read more, check out #python or follow The Python Dev on Twitter!

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