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Google Bard… the ChatGPT killer?

I recently got access to Google Bard and I wanted to ask it some coding questions, but was met with this response. Looks like Google has got some work ahead of them. This video from Fireship explains how Google just released Bard, an generative LLM similar to ChatGPT. Let’s take a first look at Bard […]

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PostgreSQL in Python – Crash Course

In this video from NeuralNine, learn how to use PostgreSQL in Python.

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GameDev Python

How to Make a Game in Python

In this video from Tech With Tim, Tim will be giving you guys an introduction to Python Game Development using the Pygame module, which is a simple 2D graphics library in Python. This tutorial will be simple, fun, yet allow you to create an extensible game!

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Natural Language Processing

Discovering Inspirational Insights in Motivational Sports Speeches Using Data Science

PyData presents this talk on Discovering Inspirational Insights in Motivational Sports Speeches Using Data Science. nspirational sports speeches have motivated and reinvigorated folks for years. Whether you’re a developer or an athlete, they’ve withstood the journey because even the smartest, the bravest, and the most resilient need some encouragement on occasion. During our time together, […]

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15 futuristic databases you’ve never heard of

Fireship takes a look at the top 15 new databases that could disrupt software development in the future. Many new serverless databases leverage tools like Postgres and MySQL, while others attempt build entirely new systems from scratch.

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Developer Interesting

What is Neovim?

What is Neovim? Neovim is a fork of the keyboard-based text editor Vim. It is focused on extensibility and integrates the Lua programming language for easier scripting. Fireship explains Neovim in 100 seconds.

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Is Microsoft DESTROYING Windows with Windows 11?

I have made no secret of my disdain for changes made in Windows 11. It was a driving force for me  experiment with Linux last March and finally break down and buy a MacBook last October. More recently, my wife’s laptop was “stealth upgraded” to Windows 11, which really ticked her off. Fortunately, there is […]

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Running RabbitMQ Locally with Docker

Tim Corey shows us how to run RabbitMQ Locally with Docker. RabbitMQ is a popular open-source message broker, especially among C# developers who are creating microservices or even just disconnected systems that follow the pub/sub pattern. Let’s see how to get RabbitMQ installed and running for development in just a couple minutes in this 10-Minute […]

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