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Automate boring stuff using Python: frame works / libraries ?

 
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Are there any popular frame works libraries in Python which make development with Python easy/faster ?

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That probably depends on what you are doing. I know there are many web frameworks to choose from, Django being the most popular.
 
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It depends on what you want to do, but I'd say just getting familiar with the standard library's modules would be a great start. It's so extensive and helpful that Guido (Python's creator) is reputed to have a time machine that lets him create modules the day before people request them. :)

Doug Hellman's Python Module of the Week PyMOTW blog does a great job of providing examples of Python's standard library. It mostly covers Python 2, but they still apply to Python 3: http://pymotw.com/2/
 
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