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Top 23 Python Learning Projects
A collection of learning resources for curious software engineersProject mention: How long did it take you to code by second nature? | /r/Python | 2023-04-26
Also this repo helps https://github.com/charlax/professional-programming
📚 Playground and cheatsheet for learning Python. Collection of Python scripts that are split by topics and contain code examples with explanations.Project mention: Good sites to learn python that are not crazy expensive! | /r/learnpython | 2022-11-29
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Data-centric declarative deep learning frameworkProject mention: Python projects with best practices on Github? | /r/Python | 2023-02-14
Two random examples I found from 30 seconds of googling: Here’s Netflix using it in their crisis management tool, and here’s Uber using it in their deep learning framework.
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Python Library for Studying Binary Trees
100% free and interactive Python course for beginnersProject mention: Learn programming for absolute beginners | /r/muslimtechnet | 2023-06-02
TensorFlow code for the neural network presented in the paper: "code2vec: Learning Distributed Representations of Code"Project mention: Why is everyone freaking out about Chat GPT? | /r/cscareerquestions | 2022-12-07
This isn't a "mathematician's calculator" or a new language or standard for computer science people. This is a thing that you tell it what you want it to do and it does it, yes it'd need heavy guidance to get a full product out even if it commits no breaking bugs .... NOW... at this specific point in time. For comparison sake, this was roughly the state of the art THREE YEARS AGO: https://code2vec.org/ Ie a model that blurted out some terms it thought could describe your function. Compare it to the what the big models do now and....
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The Ultimate Python Developer Roadmap✨Project mention: I've created a Senior Python Developer roadmap | /r/u_South_Future_8391 | 2023-02-18
A math problem generator, created for the purpose of giving self-studying students and teaching organizations the means to easily get access to high-quality, generated math problems to suit their needs.Project mention: A math problem generator | /r/patient_hackernews | 2022-12-19
🛠️ Learn a technology X by doing a project - Search engine of project-based learningProject mention: Ask HN: Where can one learn about boring web development? | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-11-11
book for parents and kids.Project mention: beyond frustrated | /r/learnprogramming | 2023-04-28
i code for 25 years, i am teaching my daughter (12) now, you can see her progress at https://github.com/jackdoe/programming-for-kids/blob/master/book.md , so i have some experience teaching
Mnemosyne: efficient learning with powerful digital flash-cards.Project mention: How do you retain information when self learning? | /r/math | 2023-04-13
I have tried using spaced repetition with Mnemosyne for math, specifically for learning Category Theory. It did help. Spaced repetition seems to work better for me if the answers to the questions are short (like learning Spanish vocabulary). When doing math, you often want to remember an entire definition, which might be too long to use spaced repetition flash cards effectively.
:ledger: Experiment tracking tool and model registryProject mention: Does a fully sentient (Or at least as sentient as you and me) AI with free will have a soul? | /r/ArtificialInteligence | 2023-05-20
arxiv.org2. apro-software.com3. en.wikipedia.org4. neptune.ai
Tensor Network Learning with PyTorchProject mention: ETH Zurich AI Researchers Introduce ‘tntorch’: a PyTorch-Powered Tensor Learning Python Library That Supports Multiple Decompositions Under a Unified Interface | /r/Python | 2022-06-30
Continue reading | Checkout the paper and github
Anki add-on providing incremental reading featuresProject mention: Memorizing..books with Anki | /r/medicalschoolanki | 2023-03-04
(For addons that incorporate an IR-Workflow into Anki there are addons here and the updated fork here)
Library to interact with the Bitcoin network. Ideal for low-level learning and experimenting.Project mention: How do I use python-bitcoin-utils to add an OP_RETURN message into a bitcoin transaction? | /r/Bitcoin | 2023-04-16
I have the following code that successfully created a bitcoin transaction with https://github.com/karask/python-bitcoin-utils:
A CLI program for learning things through spaced repetition. :dog: (by rr-)Project mention: Is there spaced repetision tool plugin for vim? | /r/vim | 2022-09-30
Automated Anki flashcard creation and extraction to/from CsvProject mention: Add recommendation for Exporting my cards as a CSV and then importing after making changes? | /r/Anki | 2023-04-07
I was able to use Brain Brew https://github.com/ohare93/brain-brew/ to import my CSV (eventually). You'll need some programming knowledge (I'm new to Python but I got it working). Basic steps for me was 1) Create a deck in Anki with 1 record; 2) export it in JSON (after installing CrowdAnki); 3) use Brain Brew to convert the JSON to files in a src directory - using the starter repo was helpful https://github.com/ohare93/brain-brew-starter; 4) include the CSV file in the project; 5) use Brain Brew to convert the src files into a deck that can be uploaded (a "build"); 6) use CrowdAnki to import the newly generated build.
Personal Wiki of Interesting things I learn every day at the intersection of software, life & stuff a.k.a my second brain 🧠️ (by Bhupesh-V)
Solvers for optimization problems with an emphasis on reinforcement learning and GPU computing.Project mention: RL finds the optimal result for MIMO beamforming! | /r/reinforcementlearning | 2022-09-03
A framework to empower quantitative modeling using Large Language Models (LLMs)Project mention: [Project] surv_ai: An Open Source Framework for Modeling and Sentiment Analysis using AI Agents, Inspired by Classical Ensemble Classifiers | /r/LanguageTechnology | 2023-06-02
TensorFI is a fault injection framework for injecting both hardware and software faults into applications written using the TensorFlow framework. You can find more information about TensorFI in the paper below.
Speed Focus Mode add-on for AnkiProject mention: Should i cap my reviews at 300 | /r/medicalschoolanki | 2023-06-04
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