Package Management in Python – Part I

This post was originally published on http://snoozy.ninja/. Dependency hell – The situation when installed software packages have conflicting, incompatible dependencies on specific versions of other software packages. Everybody knows this situation. We are starting a new project. This time everything Continue reading Package Management in Python – Part I

Weekly Python StackOverflow Report: (cxvi) stackoverflow python report

These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.Between brackets: [question score / answers count]Build date: 2018-03-10 20:08:42 GMT Why is the size of 2⁶³ 36 bytes, but 2⁶³-1 is only 24 bytes? – [39/2] How to Continue reading Weekly Python StackOverflow Report: (cxvi) stackoverflow python report

Scaling Your Web Development Team

Given the team-centric nature of large projects, and the tendency for projects to suddenly grow large in scope, you will no doubt need additional resources. Or worse… maybe you have no resources to call on at all! Maybe you’re somewhere Continue reading Scaling Your Web Development Team

Machine Learning with Python: Easy and robust method to fit nonlinear data

Easy and robust methodology for nonlinear data modeling using Python libraries, pipeline features, and regularization. Nonlinear data modeling is a routine task in data science and analytics domain. It is extremely rare to find a natural process whose outcome varies Continue reading Machine Learning with Python: Easy and robust method to fit nonlinear data

Webinar: “Python Data Science with pandas” with Matt Harrison

Data science is the fastest-growing segment of the Python community and Python is thede-facto language in data science. Well-known speaker and author Matt Harrison joins us to discuss pandas, the hot-topic Python library for data science, and how to use Continue reading Webinar: “Python Data Science with pandas” with Matt Harrison