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The Maybe data type in JavaScript
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The Maybe data type in JavaScript

Originally posted on dev JavaScript is not the only language that can be used to do Web development. Some other languages built upon other programming paradigms like Elm or PureScript are available as well. They rely on functional programming and most of the time have similar concepts. And one of these concepts is the Maybe...

Python Terminologies – Important terms you must know as a Python Developer
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Python Terminologies – Important terms you must know as a Python Developer

Originally posted on techvidvan Moving ahead in our Python Tutorial, today this article will make you familiar with the important concept in Python that is, Python terminologies. In future, you will come across all these terms in various books and tutorials while learning Python. So without wasting any time let’s begin with our tutorial on...

Jupyter is now a full-fledged IDE
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Jupyter is now a full-fledged IDE

Originally posted on towardsdatascience Literate programming is now a reality through nbdev and the new visual debugger for Jupyter. Notebooks have always been a tool for incremental development of software ideas. Data scientists use Jupyter to journal their work, explore and experiment with novel algorithms, quickly sketch new approaches and immediately observe the outcomes. However,...

How to Use Decorators in Python, by example
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How to Use Decorators in Python, by example

Originally posted on towardsdatascience Decorators in Python A decorator in Python is a function that takes another function as its argument, and returns yet another function. Decorators can be extremely useful as they allow the extension of an existing function, without any modification to the original function source code. Consider the following example: 1. add_together...

World Health Organization App
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World Health Organization App

Originally posted on Github This is the official World Health Organization app. This repository is a work in progress and has not yet been medically reviewed. Until the app is ready, the general public should consult the WHO’s COVID-19 website. To everyone who has jumped in wanting to help: We are humbled at the outpouring of support...

CSS Selectors Related to Form Control
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CSS Selectors Related to Form Control

Originally posted on dev Nowadays, we tend to use JavaScript to validate the form. Then adding some classes to help us style the input elements. In some cases, we probably no need to create extra classes because there are already some CSS selectors that can help us do the job. In this article, I will...

bigBlueButton: Complete open source web conferencing system
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bigBlueButton: Complete open source web conferencing system

Originally posted on Github BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system. BigBlueButton supports real-time sharing of audio, video, slides (with whiteboard controls), chat, and the screen. Instructors can engage remote students with polling, emojis, multi-user whiteboard, and breakout rooms. Presenters can record and playback content for later sharing with others. We designed BigBlueButton for...

8 top open-source community and data tools
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8 top open-source community and data tools

Originally posted on sdtimes As organizations wake up to the multitude of ways advanced technologies can augment their businesses, developers with relevant skills are becoming ever more valuable. Data is the key to a whole kingdom of opportunity, and when combined with AI and machine learning tools, the bounds of this kingdom are practically limitless. Even for...

myDrive: Node.js and mongoDB Google Drive Clone
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myDrive: Node.js and mongoDB Google Drive Clone

Originally posted on Github. MyDrive is an Open Source Cloud Server (Similar To Google Drive), built with Node.JS, Express, React, and MongoDB. Demo: https://mydrive-demo.herokuapp.com/ Note: The Upload and Download Features, and other core features, are disabled in the demo. Wiki For a more detailed list of myDrive features, including examples with images, visit the wiki here: https://github.com/subnub/myDrive/wiki...

9 Things to Know to Master List Comprehensions in Python
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9 Things to Know to Master List Comprehensions in Python

Originally posted on medium This tutorial will help you learn the most common usages of list comprehensions in Python Many more people are starting to learn Python, as it has become one of the most popular programming languages for almost anything, like web development, scientific computing, and certainly artificial intelligence. No matter where you’re going...

Trax — your path to advanced deep learning
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Trax — your path to advanced deep learning

Originally posted on github Trax helps you understand and explore advanced deep learning. We focus on making Trax code clear while pushing advanced models like Reformer to their limits. Trax is actively used and maintained in the Google Brain team. Give it a try, talk to us or open an issue if needed. Use Trax You can use Trax either as a library from your...

The Book of Secret Knowledge
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The Book of Secret Knowledge

“Knowledge is powerful, be careful how you use it!“ A collection of inspiring lists, manuals, cheatsheets, blogs, hacks, one-liners, cli/web tools, and more. What is it? This repository is a collection of various materials and tools that I use every day in my work. It contains a lot of useful information gathered in one piece....

Implementing an Interface in Python
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Implementing an Interface in Python

Originally posted on realpython Table of Contents Python Interface Overview Informal Interfaces Using Metaclasses Using Virtual Base Classes Formal Interfaces Using abc.ABCMeta Using .__subclasshook__() Using abc to Register a Virtual Subclass Using Subclass Detection With Registration Using Abstract Method Declaration Interfaces in Other Languages Java C++ Go Conclusion Interfaces play an important role in software...

Where programming languages are headed in 2020
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Where programming languages are headed in 2020

Originally posted on oreilly Experts discuss what’s in store for popular and growing programming languages. As we enter a new decade, we asked programming experts⁠—including several of our own O’Reilly authors and instructors⁠—for their thoughts on what’s in store for some established players and fast-growing languages. Python The biggest news this year in Python is...

ML-From-Scratch: Machine Learning From Scratch
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ML-From-Scratch: Machine Learning From Scratch

Originally posted on Github Machine Learning From Scratch. Bare bones NumPy implementations of machine learning models and algorithms with a focus on accessibility. Aims to cover everything from linear regression to deep learning. About Python implementations of some of the fundamental Machine Learning models and algorithms from scratch. The purpose of this project is not...