Ask HN: How to get back to programming Python?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on news.ycombinator.com

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  • cp-project-euler

    Competitive Programming: Project Euler

    If you're looking for non-project experience, I find Project Euler[1][2] to be a low stakes way of (re)learning a language.

    Advent of Code[3] is also coming up in about two weeks. It's another low-stakes way of engaging with a language.

    1. https://projecteuler.net/

    2. betrayed by "project", but it's just solving math problems with your language

    3. https://adventofcode.com/

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  • microblog

    The microblogging application developed in my Flask Mega-Tutorial series. This version maps to the 2024 Edition of the tutorial.

    I can't speak highly enough of Miguel Grinberg's work with Python/Flask (https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/the-flask-mega-tutorial...) and the community he's created around it, for both beginners and advanced folks.

    Racing through his mega tutorial was a great refresher for me on the fundamentals, and it's easy to plug in computer vision & related libraries/extensions/packages.

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