|Bite||Description & Tags|
|Bite 7. Parsing dates from logs||
In this bite we will look at this small server ...
datetime file processing
|Bite 16. Special PyBites date generator||
Write a generator that returns special dates for PyBites: Every ...
|Bite 19. Write a simple property||
Write a simple Promo class. Its constructor receives a name ...
|Bite 28. Converting date strings to datetimes||
In this Bite you are provided with a list of ...
Counter datetime findall
|Bite 35. Having fun with heapq||
In this Bite you are provided with 3 data structures: ...
|Bite 37. Rewrite a for loop using recursion||
Although you have to be careful using recursion it is ...
|Bite 39. Calculate the total duration of a course||
In this Bite you read in a text file with ...
datetime findall numbers timedelta
|Bite 48. Make a bar chart of new Safari books||
Some time ago we made a little Slack bot to ...
bar chart data analysis
|Bite 49. Scrape Packt's html with BeautifulSoup||
In this Bite you will parse Packt's free learning ebook ...
beautifulsoup namedtuple requests
|Bite 51. When does Python 2 die on Planet Miller?||
Imagine you landed on Planet Miller (from the movie Interstellar) ...
|Bite 62. Data structures matter - speed up your Python code||
In this Bite we provide you with 5 functions which ...
data structures performance
|Bite 67. Working with datetimes||
This Bite involves solving two problems using datetime:We kicked off ...
|Bite 69. Regex Fun - part II||
It's time for another Regex one! (here is part I)In ...
re regular expressions
|Bite 73. Organize a meeting between timezones (pytz)||
Help PyBites community friends find a reasonable common time to ...
|Bite 83. At what time does PyBites live?||
Get to know pytz! pytz brings the Olson tz database ...
|Bite 88. Write a performance monitoring context manager||
It's time for Context Managers part II. In Bite 20 ...
context managers Counter
|Bite 92. Humanize a datetime||
In this Bite you will convert a timedelta object into ...
|Bite 95. Subclass the dict built-in||
In this Bite you will subclass the dict built-in to ...
|Bite 106. Strip out vowels and count the number of replacements||
In this Bite we'd like you to loop over the ...
counting regular expressions replace string manipulation Zen of Python
|Bite 128. Work with datetime's strptime and strftime||
In this Bite you get some more practice with datetime's ...
datetime strftime strptime
|Bite 131. Screen scraper||
This is the output from using screenFetch on my junky ...
dict index regular expressions slicing string manipulation
|Bite 135. Sort a list of book objects||
In this Bite you are going to look at a ...
attrgetter datetime lambda list namedtuple operator sorting
|Bite 139. Calculate a coding streak in days||
In this Bite you are going to calculate the amount ...
datetime string manipulation timedelta
|Bite 141. Primitive date format inferrer||
Complete the get_dates method given the following:a listing of date ...
classmethod datetime enum exception handling
|Bite 144. Calculate the Number of Months Passed||
Some more fun working with dates! In this Bite you ...
datetime dateutil exception handling
|Bite 147. 100 WEEKDays of Code Date Range||
Doing a #100DaysOfCode can be challenging, and some of it ...
|Bite 151. Contemporary Composers||
You are given a list of operas and a list ...
datetime dict exception handling generators namedtuple
|Bite 153. Round a sequence of numbers||
It's time to get mathematical! In this Bite we ask ...
list comprehensions math rounding
|Bite 154. Write your own Data Class||
As you might have noticed we are now on Python ...
data classes data structures hashable sorting type hinting
|Bite 170. Analyze McDonald's food data||
In this Bite you are going to analyze some nutrition ...
data analysis pandas
|Bite 171. Make a terminal spinner animation||
In this Bite you will spice up your command line ...
command line itertools stdout sys time
|Bite 173. Add future TODO items||
Let's do another datetime processing Bite. Complete add_todo below that ...
datetime findall f-strings timedelta
|Bite 175. Find missing dates||
Complete get_misssing_dates that takes an (unordered) sequence of datetime.date objects. ...
datetime dateutil pandas
|Bite 178. Parse PyBites blog git commit log||
In this Bite we want to figure out how active ...
Counter data analysis datetime dateutil string parsing
|Bite 181. Keep a list sorted upon insert||
Complete the add method of the OrderedList class which takes ...
bisect classes data structures __str__
|Bite 186. Calculate number of books to have read at date ...||
For this Bite you are asked to start working on ...
datetime dateutil exception handling
|02||Word Values Part II - A Simple Game||Using what we've learned the last challenge this week we build a simple Scrabble-like game: given a random set of 7 letters build the most valuable word. Good luck!|
|07||Twitter Sentiment Analysis||A new week, more coding! In this challenge you will do a sentiment analysis of a recently released movie, is it well received or not?|
|08||House Inventory Tracker||A new week, more coding! In this challenge you will create an app to keep track of a house inventory.|
|09||The With Statement and Context Managers||A new week, more coding! This week we have a free form exercise. This week you will implement your own Context Manager (= support with on your object).|
|12||Build a Tic-tac-toe Game||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! After last week's conceptual challenge (generators), we'd like to challenge you this week to build Tic-tac-toe. Every time we do games (previously Word Values and Hangman) we learn a lot. Enjoy and we review solutions end of this week.|
|13||Highest Rated Movie Directors||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! After last week's (tictactoe game), we'd like to sharpen your data analysis skills this week by parsing a movie data set in search for highest rated directors. Enjoy and we review solutions end of this week.|
|15||Create a Simple Flask App||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week we’re going to get down and dirty with Python Flask. Flask is becoming a hot skill to have up your sleeve. We’re all in with learning it so figure it’s about time we had a challenge on it! Enjoy!|
|19||Post to Your Favorite API||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week part 2 of APIs: post to your favorite API. Enjoy|
|22||Packt Free Ebook Web Scraper||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week we will do some web scraping of Packt's daily free ebook, sending out daily notifications. This week we even have a unique opportunity to sponsor the Python Community, read on ... and happy coding!|
|23||Challenge Estimated time API||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! This week we will give you the opportunity to enhance our challenge platform by creating a simple API to track how much time our challenges take (and possibly other metadata).|
|24||Use Dunder / Special Methods to Enrich a Class||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! We wrote an article for Dan Bader's Python blog: Enriching Your Python Classes With Dunder (Magic, Special) Methods. We hope you like it. To put dunders into practice we dedicate this week's code challenge to it.|
|26||Create a Simple Python GUI||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! Web apps tend to get all the love so it’s about time we shared the spotlight with GUIs. This week let’s take our first dive as a PyBites Community into Python GUIs!|
|29||Create a Simple Django App||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding! We are 2 weeks into learning Django (our second 100 Days project) so we thought it's about time to dedicate a code challenge to it. So this week is all about coding (and deploying) a Django app. Have fun!|
|31||Image Manipulation With Pillow||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python coding. Let's shift gears a little bit: this week we have you choose an image manipulation task using Pillow, "the friendly PIL (Python Imaging Library) fork". Have fun!|
|33||Build a Django Tracker, Weather or Review App||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python programming. To keep it #100DaysOfDjango, this week we let you get some more practice with this awesome web framework. Last time we had an open Django challenge, for this one we have you choose between 3 specific apps.|
|34||Build a Simple API With Django REST Framework||Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python programming! We love Django (#100DaysOfDjango) and Web APIs. Django REST framework combines the two. "Now is better than never." - let's jump right in and let's use this week's code challenge to build a simple API. In this article some ideas what we can build and links to resources to get started. Have fun and don't forget to share (PR) your work, we can learn a lot from each other. Enjoy!|
|42||Mastering Regular Expressions||Hi Pythonistas, it's beginning of the month so we're busy selecting some cool code challenges for you to work on to hone your Python skills. Regular Expressions was a long time coming so let's get it out there. We hope we hit a decent intermediate level with this challenge. If you have questions ask us in the comments or join our Slack.|
|43||Build a Chatbot Using Python||Hi Pythonistas, it's incredible to think how quickly bots have grown in popularity. They're everywhere these days and will play an important role how we work and communicate in the near future! It's about time we go our bot on as well!|
|45||TDD: Code FizzBuzz Writing Tests First!||Hi Pythonistas, it’s time to do things differently! Test-Driven Development has to be one of the hardest programming methodologies to adopt yet also one of the most satisfying. It forces a different mindset which is definitely not for everyone. Either way, put your thinking caps on and jump in!|
|46||Add Continuous Integration (CI) to Your Project||Hi Pythonistas, becoming a Python developer is partly about knowing your tools. Managing your environment, testing and continuous integration are unmissable skills when you start working on bigger projects with a team. So we decided to dedicate a code challenge to deployment. Take an existing projects or make a demo app from scratch, the goal is to build an automated pipeline. Will you be the next guy or girl at work receiving kudos for setting up a Jenkins server? Have fun!|
|47||PyBites First Year in Data (Special)||Hi Pythonistas, can you believe it’s been a full year of PyBites already?! To commemorate our 1st birthday we figured the next challenge should be around… us!|
|48||Create a Python News Digest Tool||Hi Pythonistas, welcome to a new year of challenges. Are you as amazed as we are by all the awesome Python stuff that comes out every week? But then you feel you always are behind because you lack the time to keep up? Welcome to daily reality. In this challenge we have you contribute to our community with tools to improve our weekly delivery of Python News. Be creative, have fun!|
|50||Use Celery to Offload an Expensive Task||Hi Pythonistas, back-to-back with our Planet Python challenge 49 here is our special Easter Challenge #50 where you will use Celery to offload a simplified Easter ecard mailer app.|
|52||Create your own Pomodoro timer||Hi Pythonistas, Welcome to Pybites Code Challenge 52! In this challenge we get you create your very own Pomodoro Timer!|
|54||Python Clipboard History||Hi Pythonistas, Welcome to Pybites Code Challenge 54! In this challenge we're asking that you create your own Clipboard History tool!|
|55||#100DaysOfCode Curriculum Generator||Hi Pythonistas, Welcome to Pybites Code Challenge 55! In this challenge we're asking that you create your own #100DaysOfCode Curriculum Generator.|
|56||Calculate the Duration of a Directory of Audio Files||Hi Pythonistas, Welcome to Pybites Code Challenge 56! In this challenge we're asking you to work with directory, files and audio meta data!|
|57||Analyze Olympic Games Data With Pandas||Hey Pythonistas, a new week, a new Python code challenge! This week you can use Python, Pandas and all the libraries you need to analyze the data of Olympic Games and find out interesting things and present them to everyone with Matpolib, Seaborn and/or Plotly.|
|58||Analyze Podcast Transcripts with NLTK - Part I||Hi Pythonistas, Welcome to Pybites Code Challenge 58! In this two part challenge we're going to do some natural language processing on podcast transcript data. Prepare to have fun expanding your data science skills!|
|61||Build a URL Shortener||Hey Pythonistas, in this challenge you will build an URL shortener. Enjoy!|