Ned Batchelder

30% of people can juggle

3 November

I’ve long wondered what portion of the general public can juggle. I couldn’t find an answer searching the web, so I used the best polling method I have, Twitter: » more..

Ordered dict surprises

12 October

Since Python 3.6, regular dictionaries retain their insertion order: when you iterate over a dict, you get the items in the same order they were added to the dict. Before 3.6, dicts were unordered: the iteration order was seemingly random. » more..

Working with many git repos

12 October

Some of my work on the Open edX team at edX requires working with the three dozen or so repos that form the backbone of the Open edX software. That often means doing the same thing to all of them (tagging, logs, etc). » more..

Değişken Deyince Ne Anlamalı?

10 October

Enes Başpınar has translated one of my popular pages into Turkish: Değişken Deyince Ne Anlamalı? is his translation of my Facts and myths about Python names and values. » more..

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Code

software I made

  • Aptus ·· a Mandelbrot set explorer
  • coverage.py ·· for measuring Python code coverage
  • hyphenate ·· for hyphenating words with the Liang/Knuth algorithm

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Text

words I wrote

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