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Python Data Structures Tutorial

  • Tutorial on data structures in Python: Lists, Tuples, Sets and Dictionaries.
  • Also explains sequence and string functions, slicing, concatenating, iterating, sorting, etc.
  • This course combines conceptual lectures to explain how a data structure works, and code lectures that walk through how to implement a data structure in Python code.
  • All the code lectures are based on Python 3 code in a Jupyter notebook.
  • Data structures covered in this course include native Python data structures String, List, Tuple, Set, and Dictionary, as well as Stacks, Queues, Heaps, Linked Lists, Binary Search Trees, and Graphs.
  • What you’ll learn An in-depth look at native Python data structures: Strings, Lists, Tuples, Sets and Dictionaries Introduction to Queues, Stacks, Heaps, Linked Lists, Binary Search Trees and Graphs, including concepts of how they work, pros and cons, and how to Implement and use them in Python.

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Python Data Structures Tutorial

  • Tutorial on data structures in Python: Lists, Tuples, Sets and Dictionaries.
  • Also explains sequence and string functions, slicing, concatenating, iterating, sorting, etc.
  • This course combines conceptual lectures to explain how a data structure works, and code lectures that walk through how to implement a data structure in Python code.
  • All the code lectures are based on Python 3 code in a Jupyter notebook.
  • Data structures covered in this course include native Python data structures String, List, Tuple, Set, and Dictionary, as well as Stacks, Queues, Heaps, Linked Lists, Binary Search Trees, and Graphs.
  • What you’ll learn An in-depth look at native Python data structures: Strings, Lists, Tuples, Sets and Dictionaries Introduction to Queues, Stacks, Heaps, Linked Lists, Binary Search Trees and Graphs, including concepts of how they work, pros and cons, and how to Implement and use them in Python.

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Borderlands 3 is a lot more Borderlands, in ways both good and bad

  • As usual, the game provides a seemingly endless variety of weapons that, crucially, all look and feel entirely distinct from one another in a number of ways.
  • Further ReadingBorderlands: The Pre-sequel review: Bang, zoom, to the moonEarning access to a new weapon that fits your style just right still provides that adrenaline hit in a way that can't be matched by finding yet another identical shotgun in most other shooters.
  • At one point, our extremely annoying robot companion Claptrap got stuck in a loop repeating the same two quest hints every few seconds, even though the quest was already complete (this required restarting the game to fix).
  • But it's these kinds of little things that are thus far getting in the way of allowing me to completely be reabsorbed by the world of Borderlands.

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Steam’s new library is now in beta

  • Steam has launched its revamped library into beta, which you can opt into here.
  • Valve’s digital store has a giant library, but it can be difficult to navigate.
  • This updated version is supposed to make it easier to find your games.
  • The old Steam library was a simple list on the left side of the screen.
  • You’ll still have a list on the left, but a new landing page next to it will do a better job of highlighting titles, including game you’ve played recently.

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Rockstar Games Launcher is studio’s new online PC store and hub

  • Through the built-in store, you can buy other Rockstar games like Bully and Grand Theft Auto V.
  • While digital stores like Steam are huge, they take a big cut of all sales.
  • That is more generous than Valve, but it’s still money not going to Rockstar (or other devs with their own launchers).
  • This launcher could help Rockstar keep all of the profits of the sales of its PC games.
  • At first glance, this new launcher seems a bit barren.
  • Rockstar doesn’t have too many games for sale, and it doesn’t seem to have features for things like a friends list, messaging, or mod support.
  • The latter is a big deal for games like Grand Theft Auto V, which has a giant modding scene.
  • It’s also a bit strange to invest like this in PC gaming when Rockstar’s last major release, 2018’s Red Dead Redemption 2, has not come out for PC.

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NBC Peacock is Comcast’s dive into the crazy streaming-video fray

  • The streaming fragmentation war continues apace, and today's new contender comes from Comcast—specifically, its NBCUniversal subsidiary, which finally took wraps off its NBC Peacock service on Tuesday after months of rumors.
  • The official site is currently scarce on details, but NBCUniversal has begun distributing a massive list of expected new and legacy series coming to Peacock when it launches in "April 2020." In all, NBCUniversal estimates "15,000 hours" of content on that day-one launch.
  • The rest of today's list includes a mix of scripted, talk-show, and "reality" fare, with existing network series AP Bio getting shuffled to the Peacock side of things.
  • In terms of legacy series, we have the following list of English-language content expected to launch on Peacock in April.
  • Clearly, Comcast took its Hulu stake buyout as an opportunity to build its own rival, paid service, and an 11-month period between series development and launch is standard for network television.

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Interviewing Your Interviewer: How To Know What Questions To Ask At An Interview

  • This is certainly not a comprehensive list of all questions that someone could ask or topics to address, but hopefully it will help guide me (and others) through the process of figuring out what questions are most important to find the right fit.
  • If the questions on that list aren't relevant to the position you're interviewing for and you don't think the answers will help you decide whther or not to take the job should it be offered to you, it's okay to prioritize non-traditional questions.
  • While you want to come out of the interview having given your interviewer(s) the knowledge that you're the best candidate for the job, it's also important for you to find out if the job is right for you, and one of the best ways to do that is by asking the questions that matter to you.

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Interviewing Your Interviewer: How To Know What Questions To Ask At An Interview

  • This is certainly not a comprehensive list of all questions that someone could ask or topics to address, but hopefully it will help guide me (and others) through the process of figuring out what questions are most important to find the right fit.
  • If the questions on that list aren't relevant to the position you're interviewing for and you don't think the answers will help you decide whther or not to take the job should it be offered to you, it's okay to prioritize non-traditional questions.
  • While you want to come out of the interview having given your interviewer(s) the knowledge that you're the best candidate for the job, it's also important for you to find out if the job is right for you, and one of the best ways to do that is by asking the questions that matter to you.

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Discovery.js tutorials: quick start

  • This and the following tutorials will guide you through the process of building a solution based on discoveryjs projects.
  • You can choose any JSON file via "Load data" button or drop it right on the page, and start exploring it.
  • Each dependency has resolved field, where value is a reference to a package physical instance.
  • To resolve a reference to a package, we need to use an additional code (e.g.
  • Unexpected success story: exploring tutorial's data I found a problem [email protected]/cli (with the query .[deps.[not resolved]]), it had a typo in a peer dependency reference.
  • For href it uses pageLink() method to generate a link to report page with specific query and title.
  • To make index page a bit useful, let's add a table with duplicated packages.
  • As you can see above, we made a link to a package page via pageLink() method.

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How to indent or 'tab' on your iPhone in the Pages app to properly format your documents

  • While indenting the first line of every new paragraph is no longer the standard for digital publishing, adding that bit of space is the standard practice for text layout in books, in most legal and legislative documents, and in many other forms of writing.
  • Indenting makes the start of each new paragraph clear to the reader, and makes lists crisper and easier to appreciate visually.
  • On a computer, you simply tap the "tab" key for the perfect indented text (which amount to about a half inch on a printed page).
  • On an iPhone, there is no tab key.
  • But in the Pages app, it's easy to insert a perfect indent with just a few quick taps on the screen.
  • The text will be moved a uniform distance to the right, creating the perfect starting shape for a paragraph or list.

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