Python has risen in popularity across a number of industries and professions. The rise of the programming language can be attributed to its ease of accessibility and its numerous libraries Continue ReadingHow Python Became the Language of Choice for Data Science
You’ve got a fascinating web app project on paper. And the tool you use to bring it to life will shape future success. On that account, it’s always tricky to Continue ReadingPython vs. Ruby vs. Node.js
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If for some reason you want to create a two dimensional array in Python and don’t want to use external packages like numpy etc., the most obvious thing is to Continue ReadingCreate 2D Array using List in Python
By : Akshar Raaj This post assumes you have a solid understanding of iterables, iterators, __iter__(), next() and built in iter(). If not, read our previous post Generators Generators simplify Continue ReadingHow Python generators are similar to iterators – Agiliq Blog
By : Akshar Raaj This post tries to explain web application performance. Performance means the number of requests per second that can be served by a deployed application. This post Continue ReadingHow performant is your Python web application – Agiliq Blog
This recipes tries to solve the problem of bind_all and unbind_all for tkinter. When a callback is registered using bind_all method and later it’s unregistered using unbind_all, all the callbacks Continue ReadingBind All tkinter “bug” « Python recipes « ActiveState Code
I still remember my first time reading machine learning code by an expert and feeling like a helpless victim. When I opened it up, I was hit with huge chunks Continue ReadingMulticlass Classification using Random Forest on Scikit-Learn Library
Here’s a few sound generation examples with pygame (and no numpy/scipy). If there’s interest I’ll expand this into a bigger example? Let me know. All the basics for making a Continue ReadingSound generation pygame examples.
When I first started this blog, ten years ago today, I never thought I would be blogging about Python for a decade. In fact, the very first post wasn’t even Continue Reading10 Years of Mouse Vs the Python
Python 3.6.5rc1 is the first release candidate for Python 3.6.5, the next maintenance release of Python 3.6. While 3.6.5rc1 is a preview release and, thus, not intended for production environments, Continue ReadingPython 3.6.5rc1 is now available for testing
Adding Docker to your Python and Flask development environment can be confusing when you are just getting started with containers. Let’s quickly get Docker installed and configured for developing Flask Continue ReadingFull Stack Python: Developing Flask Apps in Docker Containers on macOS
The freshly released Cython 0.28 is another major step in the development of the Cython compiler. It comes with several big new features, some of them long awaited, as well Continue ReadingWhat’s new in Cython 0.28?