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Top 10 Python Frameworks Ranked on Github
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Top 10 Python Frameworks Ranked on Github

Originally posted on hackernoon. A framework is a library that makes building web applications easier. Frameworks provide a structure for developers so they can focus more on the business logic of their applications. Python has one of the largest ecosystems with a great number of different libraries, frameworks, and tools for developers. Let’s take a...

Programming languages: The latest beta preview of Python 3.10 is here
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Programming languages: The latest beta preview of Python 3.10 is here

Originally posted on techrepublic. Python 3.10.0b2 is the second of four planned beta previews for the next version of the Python programming language, due later this year. The latest beta release of the Python programming language is available, coming ahead of the anticipated release of Python 3.10 this summer. The second beta release was originally scheduled...

Bottle vs. Flask vs. Django – For Python Developers
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Bottle vs. Flask vs. Django – For Python Developers

Originally posted on betterprogramming. Know the difference and when to use each of them When it comes to Bottle, Flask, and Django, you’ll usually see only two of them described in an article at a time. However, these three tools help you accomplish similar tasks when it comes to developing web applications with Python. It...

Things you can’t do in Rust (and what to do instead)
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Things you can’t do in Rust (and what to do instead)

Originally posted on logrocket. As a moderator of the Rust subreddit, I regularly happen upon posts about developers’ attempts to transpose their respective language paradigms to Rust, with mixed results and varying degrees of success. In this guide, I’ll describe some of the issues developers encounter when transposing other language paradigms to Rust and propose some...

11 data science skills for machine learning and AI
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11 data science skills for machine learning and AI

Originally posted on searchenterpriseai.techtarget As companies realize the power of data, they’re tasked with finding data science practitioners with AI and ML skill sets to help them use the data to make better business decisions. Advanced analytics techniques, big data infrastructure and powerful algorithms are providing organizations with the ability to utilize their data for...

Introduction to HTTP Cookies
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Introduction to HTTP Cookies

Originally posted on dev. I heard the british use biscuits instead of cookies…weird. Okay, let’s focus. What are Cookies Cookies, more properly called HTTP cookies, are small bits of data stored as text files on a browser. Cookies associate bits of data to a specific user. Cookies are mainly used for three purposes: Session management...

Guide To Avalanche: A Python Library for Continual Learning
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Guide To Avalanche: A Python Library for Continual Learning

Originally posted on analyticsindiamag. When does a deployed Machine Learning model fail? There could be some good answers. One among them is when a model is deployed to make predictions on unforeseen data whose pattern is entirely different from training data. This issue is common in dynamic scenarios where non-stationary data streams in continuously. Continual...

JavaScript Execution Context
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JavaScript Execution Context

Originally posted on dev. It is important to view knowledge as sort of a semantic tree — make sure you understand the fundamental principles, ie the trunk and big branches, before you get into the leaves/details or there is nothing for them to hang on to. — Elon Musk on reddit In this article we will take...

Step aside, Python — 4 benefits of using JavaScript for machine learning
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Step aside, Python — 4 benefits of using JavaScript for machine learning

Originally posted on thenextweb. In the past few years, Python has become the preferred programming language for machine learning and deep learning. Most books and online courses on machine learning and deep learning either feature Python exclusively or along with R. Python has become very popular because of its rich roster of machine learning and deep learning...

How to Install and Use Ruby on Linux Distributions
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How to Install and Use Ruby on Linux Distributions

Originally posted on ubuntupit. Ruby is one of the most used and easy to use programming languages. Ruby is an open-source, object-oriented interpreter that can be installed on a Linux system. Many programmers prefer Python over Ruby to start learning basic programming, but Ruby can handle large web-frameworks and web applications. Once you start learning Ruby,...

Languages and DevOps: Network
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Languages and DevOps: Network

Originally posted on devops. It is fun to discuss the changes in network operations over the last couple decades. We’ve come full circle, and, honestly, ended up in a better place. Network specialists were super command-line wizards who kept us going, with few GUIs in sight. Everyone thought the next iteration would be GUIs, so...

Google is now writing low-level Android code in Rust
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Google is now writing low-level Android code in Rust

Originally posted on arstechnica. Google’s promotion of Rust over C and C++ should lead to fewer memory security bugs Just last month, we saw the first baby steps toward the adoption of the memory-managed Rust programming language into the Linux kernel. Google has apparently been thinking along the same lines, and in a lengthy blog post Tuesday, the company...

An introduction to typeclass metaprogramming
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An introduction to typeclass metaprogramming

Originally posted on lexi-lambda.github. Typeclass metaprogramming is a powerful technique available to Haskell programmers to automatically generate term-level code from static type information. It has been used to great effect in several popular Haskell libraries (such as the servant ecosystem), and it is the core mechanism used to implement generic programming via GHC generics. Despite this, remarkably little material...

Fun JavaScript: Safely dealing with undefined/null values using functional programming
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Fun JavaScript: Safely dealing with undefined/null values using functional programming

Originally posted on intext. Let’s pretend there is a number we want to apply an operations to, and if that number is undefined/null, we want to avoid an error or unexpected result. The operation will be add. One way to do this imperatively could be: const number = // getting number from somewhere (DB/network/etc)let newNumber; if...