View this email in your browser

Monthly Newsletter

Hello, <<First Name>>! Here's your monthly share of the latest The Renegade Coder content.


Image Titler 1.6.0 Features Version Tagging on Output File Names Featured ImageIn the latest installment of the image-titler tool, I've added version tagging on output file names. Now, every file can be mapped to the software that generated it.

Be Careful When Modifying Data While Using a Java Iterator Featured ImageWhen 87% of your students miss a quiz question, it's up to you to make some sense of it. For instance, you might make an entire article about Java iterators.

For Honor! Now Features Store Products Feature ImageWhy maintain a store and a Patreon when I could just consolidate the two. Now, my For Honor! tier features store products.

Kicking Off the #RenegadePython Social Media Challenge Featured ImageLet's start a code sharing social media challenge. Complete a Python challenge and share the solution on Python using the #RenegadePython hashtag.


In this video, we take a look at how math operators can be used to compare strings.
In this video, we tackle 6 unique ways to format strings in Python including concatenation and f-strings.


Isn't this image sharp? Recently, the The Renegade Coder Image Titler tool has been updated to version 1.6.0*. Here are the latest of changes:
  • Images file names now include software version numbers
In addition to these features, users can also specify an output folder, add a custom title, and even provide a border. To use this tool, run `pip install image-titler` on your machine today.
*This update is a bit old! There are actually a ton of new features that couldn't be shared hear because I haven't gotten a chance to write about them yet. Check out the GitHub repo for more information.
As many of you know, The Renegade Coder community maintains a massive repository of code snippets. Currently, the project has 250+ stars and 300+ forks. In addition, the project features 450+ code snippets and 100+ programming languages.

In our latest round of updates, we've started testing all of our code using Glotter, a Docker-based workflow for executing code in nearly every programming language. If you'd like to be a part of this project, run over to GitHub and make a pull request. 


You've made it all the way to the bottom of this newsletter. That's great! However, I have some bad news. You'll have to wait another week for the next newsletter. In the mean time, why not share your love for this newsletter with a friend?

If you're still looking for more, consider becoming a member of The Renegade Coder community. Already a member? Awesome! Thank you for your continued support.

In any case, feel free to respond directly to this email with your comments and concerns. I'm always looking for feedback.

Jeremy Grifski
Copyright © 2020 The Renegade Coder, All rights reserved.

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp