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Create a simple chatroom server in Python by following along this tutorial series.

Today I learned how to use the namedtuple from the module collections.

Today I learned about the Python module selectors to manage multiple socket connections.

Dive into the world of socket programming with this Python tutorial that assumes 0 prior experience.

Today I learned about Spouge's formula to approximate the factorial.

Can you find the fake ball by weighing it?

Today I learned you can read from stdin with open(0).

Today I learned the basics of socket programming (in Python).

In this article we try to crack Wordle, a variation of mastermind played with (English) words.

Can you tile a chessboard with two missing squares?

Today I learned that the module contextlib provides with a context manager to suppress specified errors.

How many queens and knights can you place on a chessboard?

Let me tell you why it is impossible to truly master Python, but also show you how to get as close to it as possible.

This article is an in-depth analysis of Python solutions to the β€œSonar Sweep” problem, which is day 1 of Advent of Code 2021.

In how many ways can you place 8 queens on a chessboard?

Today I learned about the symmetry in indexing from the beginning and end of a list with the bitwise invert operator.

Today I learned how to write the Quicksort algorithm in a weird functional style.

This article will teach you about the minimax algorithm and alpha-beta pruning, from a beginner's perspective.

This article compares the three main string formatting methods in Python and suggests which methods to use in each situation.

Today I learned about the DARPA network challenge and the power of referral systems.