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Published: Sun 17 April 2011 Tags: programming python
<p>I've been following the <a class="reference external" href="http://pypy.org/">PyPy</a> project since I first heard of it in 2003 or so. The concept behind it is fascinating; it's a Python interpreter written in (a subset of) Python.
written on Friday, December 24, 2010 A few weeks ago I had a heated discussion with a bunch of Python and Open Source people at a local meet-up about the way Python's path joining works.
Continuing with the Python theme -
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Riak is one of a handful of non-relational datastores that has experienced some exposure lately, and with good reason.
Jeff Bail has just written an article on his first impressions of Python . I've been teaching myself Python for the last two weeks as well and I generally share Jeff's impresssions.
Introduction Google's Web Toolkit (GWT) lets you develop a Rich Internet Application (RIA) with Ajax, entirely in Java™ code.
The following is an account of my own experience with Python. Because that experience has been so positive, it is an unabashed attempt to promote the use of Python for general scientific research and development. About four years ago, I dropped MATLAB in favor of Python as my primary language for coding research projects.
Rich Internet Applications (RIA) » Blog Archive » Slimmed Down Software- A Lean, Groovy Approach Part 5- Deliver FastThis article originally appeared in the August 2010 edition of GroovyMag, the Groovy and Grails magazine . Parts 6 and 7 are currently available for download from the magazine’s site, and more will come each month. Previous articles in this series are on the Canoo website: Part 1: Eliminate Waste , Part 2: Build Quality In , Part 3: Create Knowledge , and Part 4: Defer Commitment .
Over on python-dev a discussion kicked up over what to do about backward-incompatible changes against Python 2.7 in the name of fixing consistency. The suggestion seemed to be for a Python 2.8, but that is simply not going to happen. I think the reason the idea of Python 2.8 even came up is because I don't think people in general realize how python-dev views the latest and upcoming releases of Python, so I just wanted to clarify this point for the general community.
Passionate Python developer since 2002 after Basic, Logo, Pascal, Prolog, Scheme, Java, C, ...
(Originally adapted and updated from Tom Willis’s posts here and here ).
I’m going to make the assumption that if you are reading this you already know what a NN is, and you are trying to do some sort of image recognition.