Python & Geekcomputers on GitHub
If I search on GitHub for Python, what GitHub search believes is the best match is geekcomputers/python. This made me want to learn more about it.
It contains a lot of Python code that may (or may not) be useful.
On the 25th of August 2020 it had 317 contributors, and a lot of activity over the last few years.
“These scripts contain important functions which help reduce human workload. Code documentation is aligned correctly when the files are viewed in Notepad++.”
There are other collections of algorithms that could be helpful.
The most starred on GitHub the 25th of August are the following:
To others this way of navigating GitHub may be obvious, however to me this is interesting. I have heard much about sharing code, but never really realised how useful it is.
I do not consider myself a programmer. I create these little programs as experiments to play with Python, or to solve…
There are such a huge variety of examples that are both fun and interesting. Everything from Tic Tac Toe and Pong to encryption tools.
One of these libraries can help to understand system design:
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This article is more a short realisation that there are a lot of helpful people out there in the programming community and how great open-source sharing of code is.
If you have any links to share I would be happy to see these in a response to this article.
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