20 Python Libraries You Aren't Using
by Caleb Hattingh
Publisher: O'Reilly Media 2016
Number of pages: 74
This report helps you explore some of the lesser known Python libraries and tools, including third-party modules and several extremely useful tools in the standard library that deserve more attention. Author Caleb Hattingh diligently spent time finding and testing hidden gems that fit several criteria: easy to install and use, cross-platform, applicable to more than one domain, and not yet popular but likely to become so soon.
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