This was the question I had to investigate for my Big Data Platforms final project using 25M+ tweets. The tweets, from mid-October through mid-November, were extracted from the Twitter API and were provided for the project through Google Cloud Storage. … Continue reading Is Twitter a Credible Source For COVID-19 Information?
Caesar Cipher While learning Python, I have worked on some interesting programming projects, but my favorite so far has been encrypting messages by using the Caesar cipher; a very popular and simple encryption technique. The Caesar cipher takes a letter … Continue reading Encrypting Messages in Python
Conditional Statements, Functions, Sequences, and Iterations Welcome to part three and my final blog post in this Introduction to Python series. If you are brand new to Python and have not read parts one and two of this series, please … Continue reading Introduction to Python Part 3
Variables & Data Types, Basic Syntax, and Operators You are probably here because you read my blog post: Introduction to Python Part 1. If not, and if you are brand new to Python, then stop and read that post now. … Continue reading Introduction to Python Part 2
Getting Started with Python If you’re thinking about getting started with Python, this is the post for you. The truth is, before you can actually start coding in Python, there is some information and set up that you should know … Continue reading Introduction to Python Part 1