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Managing Multiple Python Installs and Packages with Pyenv and Pipenv

I wrote a blog last year titled “Managing Multiple Python Versions and Packages.” In that blog post, I discussed how you can easily deploy and manage multiple python versions and packages without running into issues later on. Here I go … Continue reading

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Managing Multiple Python Versions and Packages

After spending a solid afternoon researching and working on deploying multiple Python versions and packages, I realized how much confusion and lack of authoritative posts exist on this subject. There are lots of opinions and suggestions out there which may … Continue reading

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BASH Shell Scripting: Passing Arguments to a Python Script

Larry Wall: “Shell programming is a 1950s juke box …” In this short blog I write a small Python utility script to create directories and demonstrate how to utilize it and pass it arguments via BASH shell script. The functionality … Continue reading

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