Archive for the ‘Programing’ Category

Strata Data Conference, NEW YORK––September 26, 2017––Anaconda, Inc., the most popular Python data science platform provider, today announced it is partnering with Microsoft to embed Anaconda into Azure Machine Learning, Visual Studio and SQL Server to deliver data insights in real time. … Read the rest

Setting up the Raspberry Pi and getting started with python programming on it … Read the rest

I work with data scientists. I am not a scientist.

This kind of thing on scikit learn is helpful for understanding what they’re trying to do and how I can help.… Read the rest

When Hypothesis finds an example triggering a bug, it tries to shrink the example
down to something simpler that triggers it. This is a pretty common feature, and
most property-based testing libraries implement something similar (though there
are a number of differences between them). Stand-alone test case reducers are
also fairly common, as it’s a useful thing to be able to do when reporting bugs
in external projects – rather than submitting a giant file triggering the bug,
a good … Read the rest

Parts 1 through 3 of this four-part series on developing Web services in Java SE first presented an overview of Web services and Java SE’s support for developing them. The series then focused on developing SOAP-based and RESTful Web services via this support. Part 4 wraps up this series by focusing on advanced topics.

This article first introduces Java SE’s SAAJ API for working with SOAP-based Web services at a lower level. It then discusses how to create a JAX-WS … Read the rest

2017 will be Enthought’s 11th year at the SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists) Annual Meeting, and we couldn’t be more excited to be at the leading edge of the digital transformation in oil & gas being driven by the capabilities provided by machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Now in its 87th year, the Annual SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists) Meeting will be held in Houston, Texas on September 24-27, 2017 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The SEG … Read the rest

PyGotham 2017 is less than two weeks away!
(Do you have your ticket yet? Use code “IVOTED” for 25%
off!
) As we ramp up
for the final conference, I wanted to take a moment to share some thoughts
on our experiment with public talk voting this year.

Lego retrospective
Håkan Forss

First, Some Facts and Stats

In some ways, our job on the program committee was very easy: about 150
people submitted close to 200 different talks. Having such a wide … Read the rest

This tutorial details how AWS Lambda and API Gateway can be used to develop a simple code evaluation API, where an end user submits code, via an AJAX form submission, which is then executed securely by a Lambda function.

aws lambda api gateway python logos

Check out the live demo of what you’ll be building in action here.

WARNING: The code found in this tutorial is used to build a toy app to prototype a proof of concept and is not meant for production use.

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One of the biggest challenges when facing a new data set is knowing where to start and what to focus on. Being able to quickly summarize hundreds of rows and columns can save you a lot of time and frustration. A simple tool you can use to achieve this is a pivot table, which helps you slice, filter, and group data at the speed of inquiry and represent the information in a visually appealing way.

Pivot table, what is

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Python is an awesome language and environment to work in. And thanks to some great tools Python debugging can actually be fun! Let’s look at some of the things that separate Python debugging from debugging in other languages: Interactive debugging … Continue reading

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