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Best IDE for Python
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Best IDE for Python

We’ve picked our five favorite Integrated Development Environments Our first baby steps with Python, which typically involve making a ‘Hello World’ program and a couple of typos, don’t require much in the way of specialist tools. It’s fine to hammer out the code in a text editor, switch to a terminal, and then run it....

Awesome Python: A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources
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Awesome Python: A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources

Inspired by awesome-php. Awesome Python Admin Panels Algorithms and Design Patterns Audio Authentication Build Tools Built-in Classes Enhancement Caching ChatOps Tools CMS Code Analysis Command-line Interface Development Command-line Tools Compatibility Computer Vision Concurrency and Parallelism Configuration Cryptography Data Analysis Data Validation Data Visualization Database Database Drivers Date and Time Debugging Tools Deep Learning DevOps Tools Distributed...

Data Preprocessing in Python
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Data Preprocessing in Python

for Machine Learning with working code example… Inone of my previous posts, I talked about Data Preprocessing in Data Mining & Machine Learning conceptually. This will continue on that, if you haven’t read it, read it here in order to have a proper grasp of the topics and concepts I am going to talk about in the article. Data...

How to write your first Quine program
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How to write your first Quine program

A quick guide to self replicating programs in Python A quine-relays: a Python program generates a Java program that generates a Ruby program that generates the first Python program Aim of this guide is to show how to write a program that outputs its own source code with no input. This family of programs is called Quine....

Get Rid of BORING stuff using Python
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Get Rid of BORING stuff using Python

Get It Done in 5 seconds! Are you bored of doing same stuff again? Feeling your life is just doing the same thing over and over again? Here is the thing, today I am going to introduce a tool to automate your BORING stuff — Python. Python is perhaps the most easiest language to learn. Because of...

What to expect in Python 3.8
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What to expect in Python 3.8

The upcoming version on Python is on its way. The Python 3.8 beta cycle begun with Python 3.8.0b1 last month. Earlier this month, the second beta was released, making Python 3.8 feature complete. Python 3.8 will go through two more planned beta release previews before the official version is released in October. According to the...

Classify Hand-Written Digits Using Python and Convolutional Neural Networks
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Classify Hand-Written Digits Using Python and Convolutional Neural Networks

In this article, I will show you how to classify hand written digits from the MNIST database using the python programming language and a machine learning technique called Convolutional Neural Networks! If you prefer not to read this article and would like a video representation of it, you can check out the video below. It goes through everything in this article...

How to extract online data using Python
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How to extract online data using Python

Basic concepts about HTML, XPath, Scrapy, and spiders Euge Inzaugarat Jul 2 “I would be nice to have all the documents of the website” — One of her colleagues said “Yeah, that could give us a lot of information” — Said another colleague “Can you do the scraper?” — They both turn to look at her “Ehhhh… I could….” — She started mumbling “Perfect” — They...

Here’s how you can get some free speed on your Python code with Numba
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Here’s how you can get some free speed on your Python code with Numba

Easily turn your Python code into fast machine code “We can’t use Python, it’s too slow.” Anyone who’s worked with Python long enough has probably heard a statement like that at one point. The person who said it isn’t wrong either. Relative to many other programming languages, Python is slow. Benchmark game has some solid benchmarks for comparing...

Venkat Subramaniam: Kotlin And Python Are Fun, But Java Developers Are Semantically Aligned With The Future
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Venkat Subramaniam: Kotlin And Python Are Fun, But Java Developers Are Semantically Aligned With The Future

Whether he’s pacing the keynote stage in stocking feet, or taking you through “A Dozen Cool Things in JVM Languages,”Venkat Subramaniam leaves you with a sense of exhilaration about computer programming. His gift for inspirational analogy is rare, and even more so because it’s about software development. Venkat Subramaniam, an author, developer, and professor, is bullish...

Quickly Navigating Python Libraries With ctags
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Quickly Navigating Python Libraries With ctags

A tutorial for using ctags to efficiently navigate Python libraries for data scientists. As a machine learning practitioner, I often use open-source machine learning libraries, such as fastai and scikit-learn. After working with these libraries for awhile, you may reach the point where you want to do something that is not currently supported by a library (e.g.,...

Why Python is outpacing R and SQL in data science
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Why Python is outpacing R and SQL in data science

Data scientists are adopting specialized skillsets and programming languages to differentiate themselves in a growing field, according to Harnham. As the field of data science explodes, data professionals are increasingly using programming language Python to get work done, over other tools such as R and SQL, according to Harnham’s US Data & Analytics Salary Guide 2019, released this week....

Python Programable Robots with LEGO?
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Python Programable Robots with LEGO?

A few years back, I picked up a Lego Mindstorms kit when they went on sale. My family had fun building all of the robots that the kit provides instructions for. We also tried several of the designs people have published on-line. Mindstorms are comprised of Lego bricks, gears, shafts, wheels, and other various pieces similar to...

Programming languages: Python predicted to overtake C and Java in next 4 years
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Programming languages: Python predicted to overtake C and Java in next 4 years

Python’s ascent continues among software developers, bolstered by its usability compared with Java and C Open-source language Python is already one of the most popular programming languages among developers. It ranks in third place behind mainstays Java and C, according to programming language index Tiobe. But this month Python has clocked up a rating of...

Parallelising your Python Code
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Parallelising your Python Code

Swirl into a game-existencewhere you and your friend are miners. Yep, the yellow hat and shovel in hand. The task — Dig up a hole within a certain time to be able to extract some sparkly diamonds! So your friend suggests that you and they take turns digging… Let’s say it takes you 100 minutes to finish this task when done...

How To Make Python Faster
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How To Make Python Faster

Follow These Quick Wins To Make Python Run Faster Python is too slow, often people complain. But wait, there are many ways to improve its performance This article aims to highlight the key tips in a succinct manner. It is useful for anyone who wants to improve the performance of your python code. I reduced the...