Diggy Newsletter #2

Hi everyone. As 2020 nears the end, I want to take a moment to say thank you and wish everyone “Happy holidays”. 2020 was a very strange year. We saw lots of different things. I saw Times Square without people. I never spend so much time at my home. Anyway, the year is almost over, and I’m trying to come up with a message that I’d like to use today. I think the one I’d like to say is “We’ll stay together no matter what”.

Here’s the last update of the year.

I added a few more examples to show what you can do when Python runs in the browser:

If you’d like to explore any particular parts of Python next time, let me know.

Also, I’d like to mention a few minor, but much needed enhancements:

In the meantime, I’m finalizing a user dashboard section, which will allow you to save & share your work with anyone. It’s fair to say that at this point, Diggy will jump from alpha to beta stage. Exciting!

Recently, I was asked to recommend a Python book to master the language. I decided to work on interactive version of “A Byte of Python” as a walk through & a guide for those who are learning Python. If you have your own favorite books or lecture, I’d like to hear back from you.

Happy holidays and see in 2021!

Thank you.

Kirill