A functional standard library for Python.
My favourite lib would probably be toolz, it's just so elegant and fun to use. But it's more functional approach is not always the best fit for the time, so in practice I mostly use it in research, prototyping, console and notebooks.
Data validation using Python type hints
As for the most utilized and still loved library, that would probably be pydantic, it helps declaring types so convenient - be it dto's, models or just complex arguments - and plays nice with bunch of other libraries from it's own ecosystem.
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Cannot get Langchain to work
1 project | /r/learnpython | 11 Jul 2023
data structures & algorithms resources available with python ?
1 project | /r/Python | 15 Mar 2023
what is colon (:) operator?
1 project | /r/learnpython | 8 Mar 2023
Discussion: big, nested, untyped dictionaries (converted JSON) that come back from API calls
1 project | /r/Python | 26 Jan 2023
Setting up FastAPI with SupabaseDB
2 projects | dev.to | 10 Jan 2023