Wondered the same. After all, you have hashes, you have unicity, you can check for inclusion, so providing union and intersections would be logical. Maybe it was not a need frequent enough ?

RT @willmcgugan@twitter.com

curiosity. KeysView being set-like is insanely useful. But why are they just "set-like"? Why not go all the way and give them the same interface as frozenset?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/willmcgugan/status

pdftex.js: a latex env that runs in the browser

Big and slow, but still very intersting. Here is the demo:
dmonad.github.io/pdftex.js/

Be patient, it doesn't have a spinner.

RT @tiangolo@twitter.com

Why companies keep asking for so many required years of experience? 😩

I created @FastAPI@twitter.com just 3.5 years ago, I'll never be able to apply to those precious FastAPI jobs! 😱😆

Seriously, experience is a really bad proxy estimator for skill level. 🤓

...Déjà vu 🤷 twitter.com/comoelcometa/statu

🐦🔗: twitter.com/tiangolo/status/15

RT @zooba@twitter.com

Great writeup, I love that it incudes an analysis of the Python audit hooks that will be triggered.

Good reason to be monitoring for anomalous "id" events. (Better reason for us to make them unpredictable values instead of pointers, but that won't help you today.) twitter.com/_hg8_/status/15257

🐦🔗: twitter.com/zooba/status/15257

sniffio pypi.org/project/sniffio/ This is a tiny package whose only purpose is to let you detect which async library your code is running under.

pwwang/python-varname: Dark magics about variable names in python github.com/pwwang/python-varna

I wish it would be part of the syntax honestly. How many times NamedTuple has been weird to type with this double naming ?

`nil` or `null` values · Issue #30 · toml-lang/toml github.com/toml-lang/toml/issu

Just realized today that TOML doesn't support null values, which is a big omission for a config language. But on the other hand, I've been using it for years without noticing...

asottile/tokenize-rt: A wrapper around the stdlib `tokenize` which roundtrips. github.com/asottile/tokenize-r Yet another @codewithanthony@twitter.com interesting project. Some people wants the world to have imposter syndrom.

Meanwhile you can use docs.python.org/3/library/impo in the stdlib for local results or go full snarky canadian snarky.ca/lazy-importing-in-py

But the flag has the advantage of requiring no code change, and affecting dependancies

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PEP 690 – Lazy Imports peps.python.org peps.python.org/pep-0690/ Almost missed this new PEP with an interesting proposal for a real python issue: import perfs.

I was expecting a new keyword, but the feature flag make indeed sense, provided we map out the consequences well

It's not cheating, it's gameplay

RT @computermuseum@twitter.com

4 screen GoldenEye on the original N64 hardware! No screencheating here! …but how?
Come and experience this at our GoldenEye evening, celebrating 25 years of GoldenEye for Nintendo 64: computinghistory.org.uk/det/67

🐦🔗: twitter.com/computermuseum/sta

But th

RT @computermuseum@twitter.com

4 screen GoldenEye on the original N64 hardware! No screencheating here! …but how?
Come and experience this at our GoldenEye evening, celebrating 25 years of GoldenEye for Nintendo 64: computinghistory.org.uk/det/67

🐦🔗: twitter.com/computermuseum/sta

RT @gjbernat@twitter.com

hatchling now has been adopted under the PyPA umbrella,@Ofekmeister@twitter.com if you need a modern build backend use this 😎 hatch.pypa.io/latest/config/bu

🐦🔗: twitter.com/gjbernat/status/15

RT @youyuxi@twitter.com

Lovely! The interactive demos are truly amazing, it helps explain the concept so much better than plain illustrations / videos. twitter.com/bciechanowski/stat

🐦🔗: twitter.com/youyuxi/status/152

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