Leodanis Pozo Ramos is an Industrial Engineer from Holguín, Cuba. After graduating from the Technological University of Havana “José Antonio Echeverría”, he got a Master’s Degree in Quality Assurance (QA) from the University of Holguin and worked for more than ten years doing QA and Machinery Lubrication Engineering.
Since he loves computers and software development, he decided to change his career and become a software developer. Today, he’s a self-taught Python developer with +5 years of learning and using the language.
His articles and tutorials have been recognized by the Python Community and the Real Python site.
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Tutorials by Leodanis:
- Python's filter(): Extract Values From Iterables
- Context Managers and Python's with Statement
- Build a Bulk File Rename Tool With Python and PyQt
- Write Pythonic and Clean Code With namedtuple
- Build a Python Directory Tree Generator for the Command Line
- OrderedDict vs dict in Python: The Right Tool for the Job
- Build a Contact Book With Python, PyQt, and SQLite
- Python and MongoDB: Connecting to NoSQL Databases
- Python Inner Functions: What Are They Good For?
- Qt Designer and Python: Build Your GUI Applications Faster
- How to Use Python: Your First Steps
- Python's .append(): Add Items to Your Lists in Place
- Use PyQt's QThread to Prevent Freezing GUIs
- Handling SQL Databases With PyQt: The Basics
- PyQt Layouts: Create Professional-Looking GUI Applications
- Python and PyQt: Creating Menus, Toolbars, and Status Bars
- Python's map(): Processing Iterables Without a Loop
- The Python return Statement: Usage and Best Practices
- Python's reduce(): From Functional to Pythonic Style
- Python eval(): Evaluate Expressions Dynamically
- Python Scope & the LEGB Rule: Resolving Names in Your Code
- Using the Python defaultdict Type for Handling Missing Keys
- Python and PyQt: Building a GUI Desktop Calculator
- Using the Python zip() Function for Parallel Iteration
- How to Use the Python or Operator
- How to Iterate Through a Dictionary in Python
- How to Run Your Python Scripts