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James bennett: on degrees

James bennett: on degrees
Vishal Vishal 12 hours, 16 minutes ago
Published: . Filed under: Django, Meta, Misc, Philosophy, Programming. Lately there’s been a recurring discussion on various social-media outlets about the relevance of academic degrees to a career in programming. Specifically: is a degree in co...
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Yasoob khalid: email security & privacy

Yasoob khalid: email security & privacy
Vishal Vishal 1 day, 22 hours ago
Hi everyone! I hope all of you are doing well. Things have been super exciting on my side. Just got done with a file system checker project in C for my Operating Systems class. It was mentally draining but equally rewarding. This blog post is not about ...
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Weekly python stackoverflow report: (cliv) stackoverflow python report

Weekly python stackoverflow report: (cliv) stackoverflow python report
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 7 days ago
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week. Between brackets: [question score / answers count] Build date: 2018-12-01 21:40:29 GMT Longest word chain from a list of words - [28/9]Why is 2 * x * x faster than 2 * ( x * x ) in...
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Pycoder’s weekly: issue #343 (nov. 20, 2018)

Pycoder’s weekly: issue #343 (nov. 20, 2018)
Vishal Vishal 28 November, 2018
Latest IssueArchivesSubmissionsRSSCPython Governance after Guido, "Clean Architecture" examples, and more Subscribe » « Previous Issue Next Issue »CPython Governance after Guido, "Clean Architecture" examples, and moreComparison of the 7 Python Gove...
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Andre roberge: user feedback is essential for improvements

Andre roberge: user feedback is essential for improvements
Vishal Vishal 21 November, 2018
A while ago, in Reeborg's World, I implemented a way to require Reeborg to follow a specific path in order to complete a task. For a world creator, this meant to include a path as a list of successive grid location, something like path = [[1,1], [2, ...
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Stack abuse: how to create, move, and delete files in python

Stack abuse: how to create, move, and delete files in python
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 17 November, 2018
Introduction Handling files is an entry-level and fundamental skill for any programmer. They're very commonly used to store application data, user configurations, videos, images, etc. There are a countless number of use-cases for files in software appl...
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Weekly python stackoverflow report: (cli) stackoverflow python report

Weekly python stackoverflow report: (cli) stackoverflow python report
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 17 November, 2018
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week. Between brackets: [question score / answers count] Build date: 2018-11-10 17:22:00 GMT Why are Python operations 30× slower after calling time.sleep or subprocess.Popen? - [12/1]...
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Ian ozsvald: on receiving the community leadership award at the numfocus summit 2018

Ian ozsvald: on receiving the community leadership award at the numfocus summit 2018
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 17 November, 2018
CoachingTrainingData Science JobsProductsConsultingAbout IanIan OzsvaldIan OzsvaldCoachingTrainingData Science JobsProductsConsultingAbout IanData science pydata PythonBy Ian At the end of September I was honoured to receive the Community Leadership Aw...
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Python anywhere: always-on tasks

Python anywhere: always-on tasks
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 12 November, 2018
PythonAnywhere NewsHomeAboutTwitterEmailRSS Always-on tasks are a new feature we rolled out in our last system update. Essentially, they're a way you can specify a program and tell us that you want us to keep it running all the time. If it exits for...
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Mike driscoll: python 101: episode #32 – static code analysis

Mike driscoll: python 101: episode #32 – static code analysis
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 12 November, 2018
Python, ScreencastPythonMike In this episode, we learn how we can use PyLine and PyFlakes to check our code for issues. Of course since this video was made, Flake8 and Python Black have become pretty popular, so you might want to check those out as wel...
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Pycoder’s weekly: issue #341 (nov. 6, 2018)

Pycoder’s weekly: issue #341 (nov. 6, 2018)
Vishal Vishal 7 November, 2018
Latest IssueArchivesSubmissionsRSSCome work on PyPI, the future of Python packaging, and moreSubscribe » « Previous IssueCome work on PyPI, the future of Python packaging, and morePSF: Upcoming Contract Work on PyPI #341 – NOVEMBER 6, 2018 VIEW IN BRO...
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Stack abuse: applying wrapper methods in python for feature selection

Stack abuse: applying wrapper methods in python for feature selection
Vishal Vishal 6 November, 2018
Introduction In the previous article, we studied how we can use filter methods for feature selection for machine learning algorithms. Filter methods are handy when you want to select a generic set of features for all the machine learning models. Howev...
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Erik marsja: data manipulation with pandas: a brief tutorial

Erik marsja: data manipulation with pandas: a brief tutorial
Vishal Vishal 6 November, 2018
Erik MarsjaNo Comments Learn three data manipulation techniques with Pandas in this guest post by Harish Garg, a software developer and data analyst, and the author of Mastering Exploratory Analysis with pandas. Table of ContentsModifying a Pandas Dat...
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Codementor: python style guide - complete

Codementor: python style guide - complete
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 4 November, 2018
Find a mentorWeb ProgrammingJavaScriptPythonPHPReactVue.jsAngularJSNode.jsjQueryRailsDjangoLaravelHTMLCSSMobile App ProgrammingAndroidiOSSwiftKotlinXcodeIonicReact NativeProgramming LanguagesJavaScriptPythonJavaRubyGolangPHPC++C#CData Science /Engineeri...
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Codementor: building a neighbour matrix with python

Codementor: building a neighbour matrix with python
Vishal Vishal 4 November, 2018
Find a mentorWeb ProgrammingJavaScriptPythonPHPReactVue.jsAngularJSNode.jsjQueryRailsDjangoLaravelHTMLCSSMobile App ProgrammingAndroidiOSSwiftKotlinXcodeIonicReact NativeProgramming LanguagesJavaScriptPythonJavaRubyGolangPHPC++C#CData Science /Engineeri...
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Codementor: generators in python

Codementor: generators in python
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 1 November, 2018
Find a mentorWeb ProgrammingJavaScriptPythonPHPReactVue.jsAngularJSNode.jsjQueryRailsDjangoLaravelHTMLCSSMobile App ProgrammingAndroidiOSSwiftKotlinXcodeIonicReact NativeProgramming LanguagesJavaScriptPythonJavaRubyGolangPHPC++C#CData Science /Engineeri...
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Stack abuse: overloading functions and operators in python

Stack abuse: overloading functions and operators in python
Vishal Vishal 1 November, 2018
What is Overloading? Overloading, in the context of programming, refers to the ability of a function or an operator to behave in different ways depending on the parameters that are passed to the function, or the operands that the operator acts on. In t...
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Django weblog: django bugfix release: 2.1.3

Django weblog: django bugfix release: 2.1.3
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 1 November, 2018
Django The web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.OverviewDownloadDocumentationNewsCommunityCodeAbout♥ DonateDjango bugfix release: 2.1.3Posted by Carlton Gibson on November 1, 2018 Today we've issued the bugfix release. The release packa...
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Karim elghamrawy: python: let’s create a simple http server (tutorial)

Karim elghamrawy: python: let’s create a simple http server (tutorial)
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 1 November, 2018
Web severs are everywhere. Heck you are interacting with one right now! No matter what type of software engineer you are, at some point in your career you will have to interact with web servers. May be you are building an API server for a backend serv...
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Continuum analytics blog: open source model management roundup: polyaxon, argo, and seldon

Continuum analytics blog: open source model management roundup: polyaxon, argo, and seldon
DotNetBoy DotNetBoy 31 October, 2018
SearchDocumentationBlogContactSearchWhat is Anaconda?Products Anaconda Python/R DistributionAnaconda EnterpriseSupport Customer Support PortalAnaconda Enterprise SupportTrainingConsultingResources WebinarsWhitepapersVideosCommunityAbout CustomersPartner...
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