Tag: python

  • The missing piece in my Python scripts

    My quest to automate parts of my workflows usually involves writing Python scripts to streamline some of my tasks as a Happiness Engineer. One output has confused me for far longer than it should have, and I was shown the light today (in the form of a pretty simple solution). My dilemma Many of my […]

  • Great collection of Python packages

    I enjoy the Talk Python to Me podcast. Episode 181 was a discussion about a great collection of Python packages. Even though I don’t have an immediate use for most of them, I’ve captured them for later reference because there’s some really useful stuff in there! Listeners often tell me one of the really valuable […]

  • Learning Flask with Corey Schafer

    My Summer project is to finish an initial version of my Practice Math site for our kids. I’ve hit a bit of a snag with fractions, but the functionality for whole numbers is almost ready. The next step is to create a web site for the project so our kids can use the app through […]

  • Practice Math – the Python Edition

    One of my projects this Summer is to redevelop my Practice Math project. The goal is to create a site that my kids can use to practice their math.