20 Python Libraries You Aren't Using (But Should) by Caleb Hattingh

 
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20 Python Libraries You Aren't Using (But Should) by Caleb Hattingh

The Python ecosystem is broad and deep, with a wide range of applications. Even with years of experience, it still takes constant work to stay up to speed with the finest libraries and methods in this chaotic, open-source forest.

This article enables you to discover several lesser-known Python libraries and tools, such as third-party modules and a number of underappreciated yet incredibly valuable utilities from the standard library.

What distinguishes this collection from other online directories? Caleb Hattingh, the author, carefully spent time looking for and testing hidden gems that met various requirements, including being simple to install and use, cross-platform, applicable to more than one domain, and not yet well-known but likely to become so in the near future. No of your area of expertise, you will probably find at least a few cool libraries that will help you with your everyday Python tasks.

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About the Authors
Programming for more than 15 years, with a focus on Python, is Caleb Hattingh's passion. He has extensive knowledge in CRM, financial software development for the hotel and hospitality sector, front-end web experience with HTML, Sass, Javascript (he loves RactiveJS), and back-end experience with Django and web2py. He is also very skilled with the Python scientific software stack.
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Published Date / Year
(2016)
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HTML, PDF, ePub, and Mobi (Kindle)
Language
English
ISBN-13
978-1491967928

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