Publishing to PyPI

Posted on Fri 25 January 2019 in Python • Tagged with python

I recently published my first Python package to PyPI. The guides I found on how to do so were mostly out-of-date and confusing. Of course, PyPI is reportedly coming out with new updates soon and my instructions here will soon be outdated. In any case, here's my take on how …

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Multiple cameras with a single Raspberry Pi

Posted on Sun 02 September 2018 in Python • Tagged with python, raspberry pi, making

The Arducam Multi Camera Adapter board is a neat accessory for a Raspberry Pi. With it, you can connect multiple cameras to a single Pi. A single board supports up to four cameras. According to Arducam, you can stack up to four boards for a total of 16 cameras on …

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Ad-hoc objects in Python

Posted on Fri 06 July 2018 in Python • Tagged with python

If you know one programming language, it's natural to look for parallels as you learn a new language. In my case, I've coded in JavaScript for many years while Python is much more recent for me. I regularly find myself thinking "in JavaScript, I'd do ..."

Take object handling. I really …

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Reading email with Python

Posted on Thu 10 May 2018 in Python • Tagged with python

For a recent project at work, I needed to read and parse email messages with a python script. I found the documentation confusing, and most of the samples on various blogs and StackOverflow posts to be old and not fully compatible with python 3.x. So, here is an adaptation …

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