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PyCoder’s Weekly: Issue #391 (Oct. 22, 2019)  19h30 22 octobre
391 - OCTOBER 22, 2019 View in Browser Arduino Microcontrollers Python: How to Get Started Discover how to use Arduino microcontrollers with Python to develop your own electronic projects. You’ll learn how to set up circuits and write applications with the Firmata protocol. You’ll control...
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PyCharm: Webinar: Visual SQL Development with PyCharm with Maxim Sobolevskiy  15h24 22 octobre
We talk about visual debugging, visual testing, etc. But… visual databasing? Indeed, PyCharm embeds DataGrip, our IDE for SQL development. In this webinar Maxim Sobolevskiy, the DataGrip Product Marketing Manager, gives us a whirlwind tour of one of the most exciting parts of PyCharm that...
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PyCon: Startup Row PyCon US 2020 Applications are Open   14h36 22 octobre
Another year, another PyCon US, another opportunity for early-stage startups to show off how they use Python on Startup Row. Every PyCon since 2011, the Python Software Foundation has given qualifying early-stage startups complimentary access to the best of what PyCon has to offer.If you’re one of...
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Real Python: Python Plotting With Matplotlib  14h00 22 octobre
A picture is worth a thousand words, and with Python’s matplotlib library, it fortunately takes far less than a thousand words of code to create a production-quality graphic. However, matplotlib is also a massive library, and getting a plot to look just right is often achieved through trial and...
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Django Weblog: Nominations for 2019 Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize  13h20 22 octobre
It is that time of year again when we recognize someone from our community in memory of our friend Malcolm. Malcolm was an early core contributor to Django and had both a huge influence and large impact on Django as we know it today. Besides being knowledgeable he was also especially friendly to...
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NumFOCUS: NumFOCUS and Tidelift partner to support essential community-led open source data science and scientific computing projects  13h00 22 octobre
The post NumFOCUS and Tidelift partner to support essential community-led open source data science and scientific computing projects appeared first on NumFOCUS.
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S. Lott: State Change and NoSQL Databases  08h00 22 octobre
Let’s take another look at F. L. Stevens spreadsheet with agencies and agents. It’s -- of course -- an unholy mess. Why? It’s difficult to handle state change and deduplication.Let’s look at state changes.The author needs URL’s and names and a list of genres the agent is interested in. This is more...
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Tryton News: Tryton Spanish Days 2019: In Alicante on the 27th & 28th of November  06h00 22 octobre
pokoli wrote: Eventbrite - Imagen Portada.jpg2160à 1080 2.31 MB The Tryton Foundation is happy to announce the venue and date of the next Tryton Spanish Days. The event will take place in the sunny city of Alicante on the 27th and 28th of November at the Auditorio...
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IslandT: Python array list’s count method  03h53 22 octobre
In this example, we will use the count method from the Python array list to decide which phrase to return from a function that will accept an array list consists of good and bad ideas. In the below example, you need to decide which phrase to return from the array list which consists of good...
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Podcast. init : Illustrating The Landscape And Applications Of Deep Learning  02h04 22 octobre
Deep learning is a phrase that is used more often as it continues to transform the standard approach to artificial intelligence and machine learning projects. Despite its ubiquity, it is often difficult to get a firm understanding of how it works and how it can be applied to a particular problem....
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Stack Abuse: Introduction to PyTorch for Classification  14h33 21 octobre
PyTorch and TensorFlow libraries are two of the most commonly used Python libraries for deep learning. PyTorch is developed by Facebook, while TensorFlow is a Google project. In this article, you will see how the PyTorch library can be used to solve classification problems. Classification problems...
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Real Python: Arduino With Python: How to Get Started  14h00 21 octobre
Microcontrollers have been around for a long time, and they’re used in everything from complex machinery to common household appliances. However, working with them has traditionally been reserved for those with formal technical training, such as technicians and electrical engineers. The emergence...
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qutebrowser development blog: Current qutebrowser roadmap and next crowdfunding  13h50 21 octobre
More than half a year ago, I posted a qutebrowser roadmap - I thought it’s about time for an update on how things are looking at the moment Upcoming crowdfunding I finished my Bachelor of Science in September at the University of Applied Sciences in Rapperswil. Now I’m employed around 16h ...
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Erik Marsja: Converting HTML to a Jupyter Notebook  11h00 21 octobre
The post Converting HTML to a Jupyter Notebook appeared first on Erik Marsja. In this short post, we are going to learn how to turn the code from blog posts to Jupyter notebooks. In this post, we are going to use the Python packages BeautifulSoup4, json, and urllib. We are going to use these...
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Anwesha Das: CopyleftConf 2020  07h12 21 octobre
A week before Software Freedom Conservancy had announced the CopyleftConf 2020. The conference is going to take place on 3 February 2020, Monday, in Brussels, Belgium. The first edition of CopyleftConf took place in February 2019. One can have a look at the videos here The organizers do plan it...