Here’s a beginner-friendly python project! In this python project, we will be taking our liked videos on youtube and automatically creating a Spotify Playlist.
Code Drip shares 5 tricks that will improve your Python experience.
In this video, learn how to setup your NVIDIA Jetson Nano, run several object detection examples and code your own real-time object detection program in Python from a live camera feed.
Several DNN models are supported, including SSD-Mobilenet and SSD-Inception, which are pre-trained on the 90-class MS COCO dataset and can detect a variety of objects.
Socratica explores recursion by writing a function to generate the terms of the Fibonacci sequence.
We will use a technique called “memoization” to make the function fast. We’ll first implement our own caching, but then we will use Python’s builtin memoization tool: the lru_cache decorator.
Corey Schafer explains how to use multiprocessing in Python.
In this Python Programming video, we will be learning how to run code in parallel using the multiprocessing module. We will also look at how to process multiple high-resolution images at the same time using a ProcessPoolExecutor from the concurrent.futures module. Let’s get started…
The code from this video can be found at: http://bit.ly/multiprocess-code
Dev Ed takes a look on how you can build out a Python GUI app to improve your workflow.