If you didn’t feel like getting out of bed, as the weather has been getting colder over the last month, fear not! We’ve got you covered! Here are the most clicked news of October, along with some honorable mentions.
Have you moved on to reinforcement learning for ML? This new approach to machine learning is now supported by Horizon, an end-to-end platform that has just been open-sourced by Facebook. Let’s broaden our horizons and see what Horizon has to offer!
Do you take part in algorithm competitions such as Code Jam? Maybe you are just interested in the visualization of algorithms? Algojammer is an experimental code editor and debugger for writing algorithms in Python. The project is currently unfinished, but perhaps you can help contribute!
The time has come for another Currents report! The fifth edition of the Currents Report on Developer Trends in the Cloud is here and in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the open source movement, it is focused solely on the open source ecosystem. Here, we take a closer look at some of the most interesting highlights.
Are you learning Python? Whether you are taking a course or learning on your own, Thonny is an IDE for beginners that comes built-in with some tools to make your lessons easier. They should know, it was developed by a University!
It’s time to take another pick at what’s going on in the developer world! The 15th edition of the Developer Economics: State of the Developer Nation report has been released and it has some interesting insights into current developer trends.
As every programming language evolves, there are big changes between each major release. In this article, Vinodh Kumar explains some of the big differences between Python 2 and Python 3 with examples to help illustrate how the language has changed.
The saying “one man’s misfortune is another man’s fortune” has never been more true. It’s no news that Java has been on a slippery slope but we might know who the replacement is if the programming language rankings are right. Spoiler alert: it’s Python!
July might be gone, but summer is not over yet! And the weather forecast says that it’s going to get really hot! But I warn you, it’s about to get hot in here as well! The most clicked stories for July have arrived. Old but gold tutorials and walk-throughs, hot top lists, informative interviews and much more!
Very superstitious – this monitoring tool presents a large amount of information through a curses or Web based interface. Glances may still be under active development, but this Python-based tool keeps an eye on your system.
It’s been a week since Guido van Rossum took a permanent vacation from his role as Python BDFL. What’s been happening in the community since then and what does the future of governance hold? We take a look at the discussion and see what suggestions are being discussed.
Nagini, except for being the… massive friend of he-who-must-not-be-named, is also a static verifier for Python, built on the Viper verification infrastructure. Is it me or did a lot of snakes just started hanging around?
The news is out. Guido van Rossum has stepped down from Python. Why did he leave? And what did he say in his farewell? Amidst speculation, we say a fond farewell to the Python BDFL and wish him luck on his next adventure.