It is no news that Python is one of the most popular languages out there and one of the reasons for this success is that it offers an extensive coverage for scientific computing. Here we take a closer look at the top 10 Python tools for machine learning and data science.
Hacker News Hiring Trends rankings and PYPL PopularitY of Programming Language index for April 2018 are out, offering different approaches, different data sources and different, yet interesting results.
Big news for the TIOBE Index, as SQL rejoins the top 20 after a long hiatus. This month, Java reigns supreme, Python jumps past C#, and Swift continues to freefall.
Where does Python’s expansion come from? Who’s using it more: web developers or data scientists? Python Developers Survey 2017 results are here so now’s the time to settle this once and for all.
Staying loyal to security or falling for the performance trends? Here we take a look at why different types of financial industries have a specific preference for Java or Python.
There’s a new, free, and open-source Python library for automatic differentiation! Tangent —an experimental release— offers extra autodiff features other Python machine learning libraries don’t have. Plus, it’s compatible with TensorFlow and NumPy.
Switch-case statements are a powerful tool for control in programming. In this article, Sreeram Sceenivasan goes over you can use a switch-case statement in Python.
It’s safe to say that Python is everywhere we turn, from DevOps to machine learning and data science. Stack Overflow seems to agree — according to their calculations, Python is the fastest growing programming language right now. We talked with David Robinson, Data Scientist at Stack Overflow about Python’s growth and the possible reasons behind it.
Energy efficiency isn’t just a hardware problem. Your programming language choices can have serious effects on the efficiency of your energy consumption. We dive deep into what makes a programming language energy efficient.
Python’s been around for some time, but it seems to be everywhere we turn, from DevOps to machine learning. Stack Overflow agrees; they’ve calculated that Python is the fastest growing programming language right now. So, we’re taking a closer look at this functional programming language.
DevOps is built for agility and handling change. In this year’s Skill Up survey, Packt found that Python is one of the primary languages used by DevOps engineers. In this article, Richard Gall explores why Python is such a popular part of the DevOps toolchain.
In this article Henn Idan digs into the buzz around Java through analyzing the current job market, focusing on server side languages. Who knows, it might even help you find your next position.