Archive for the ‘Programing’ Category

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The numeric Python community should consider adopting Numba more widely within community code. Numba is strong in performance and usability, but historically weak in ease of installation and community trust. This blog post discusses these strengths and weaknesses from the perspective of an OSS library maintainer. It uses other more technical blog posts written on …
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February 2nd, 2018

Tim Golden: The Dojo Board

No Comments, Programing, Python, by admin.

The February 2018 London Python Dojo was hosted by SohoNet
to whom we’re grateful not just because they hosted, but because they stepped up at
short notice when our original venue had to withdraw. It was nice to see quite
a few of the SohoNet team at the Dojo. Of course, this was all courtesy of
veteran Dojo cat-herder Tom Viner who
works there at the moment and arranged everything on the day and beforehand.
(And who also won the

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Are you considering getting into web programming? Choosing a web framework (like Pyramid, Flask, or Django) can be daunting. It would be great to see them all build out the same application and compare the results side-by-side. … Read the rest

In Datastructures and algorithms in Java, Part 2 I introduced a variety of techniques for searching and sorting one-dimensional arrays, which are the simplest arrays. In this article we’ll explore multidimensional arrays. I’ll introduce the three techniques for creating multidimensional arrays, then show you how to use the Matrix Multiplication algorithm to multiply elements in a two-dimensional array. I’ll also introduce ragged arrays and show you why they are popular for big data applications. Finally, I will answer the question … Read the rest

The Best Python Books for All Skill Levels

Just about every year is a good year to be investing in Python learning, whether you are a beginner or an expert. Employment opportunities are opening for Python developers in fields beyond traditional web development.

An IBM blog post reports that Python is now the dominant language in many data science and machine learning careers. We charted data from DataScienceCentral to see how well Python is doing in this new field. Here is the result.

The Best Python Books for All Skill Levels

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We’re pleased to announce the January 2018 release for the Microsoft Python extension for Visual Studio code is now available. You can the download the Microsoft Python extension for VS Code from the marketplace, or install it directly from the extension gallery in Visual Studio Code. You can learn more about Python support in Visual Studio Code in the VS Code documentation.

In this release we closed a total of 72 issues focusing on linting improvements, support for virtual environments,

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Feel okay today energy level good. Strangest part all of the days I don’t feel any hunger at all during morning hours.


69 kg


Cotton mouth gone, pain at the side of the ribs remain but less pronounced.

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In accordance with our security release policy, the Django team is issuing Django 1.11.10 and Django 2.0.2. These release addresses the security issue detailed below. We encourage all users of Django to upgrade as soon as possible.

CVE-2018-6188: Information leakage in AuthenticationForm

A regression in Django 1.11.8 made
django.contrib.auth.forms.AuthenticationForm run its
confirm_login_allowed() method even if an incorrect password is entered.
This can leak information about a user, depending on what messages
confirm_login_allowed() raises. If confirm_login_allowed() isn’t
overridden, an

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We have been working on Wallaroo, our scale-independent event processing system, for a little over two years. When we open sourced it in September of 2017 we included an API for writing applications using a Python API. This blog post tells the story of what we learned from the feedback we received about the original API and how we applied that feedback to make improvements that have led to our new API. … Read the rest