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Pyfound

  • by Eric Holscher
    For the past 3 years, the PSF grant funded projects to improve our internal systems and platforms. This work has been done with the Packaging Working Group, and focused on our packaging ecosystem of PyPI and pip. We have been able to show that applying directed funding to open source projects has the ability to […]
  • by Ernest W. Durbin III
    With the 2020 Board of Directors Election Results announced, a new class of directors will officially be joining June 30th! In light of the results and narrow margins, the Python Software Foundation (PSF) staff, incoming directors, existing directors, and community have already taken time to consider and discuss the participation and representation of our global community on the PSF […]
  • by Ernest W. Durbin III
    The 2020 Python Software Foundation Board of Directors election has concluded. Of 1,151 eligible voting members, 462 ballots were cast. This surpasses the necessary 1/3 quorum. The four top votegetters via approval voting are: Nina Zakharenko Dustin Ingram Jeff Triplett Thomas Wouters They will serve a three year term on the board. No ties were […]

PlanetPython

  • tl; dr We had an unplanned outage the day before yesterday; it was our first big one since July 2017. It was caused by an extremely unlikely storage system failure, but despite that it should not have led to such a lengthy downtime, and should not have affected so many people. We have some plans […]
  • ay miles de conjuntos de datos gratuitos disponibles en línea website, listos para ser analizados y visualizados por cualquier persona. Aquí hemos reunido 70 fuentes de datos gratuitas para 2020 sobre gobierno, delincuencia, salud, datos financieros y económicos, marketing y redes sociales, periodismo y medios, bienes raíces, directorio, revisión de empresas, y más.
  • PyCharm 2020.1.3 is out with some important bug fixes. Update from within PyCharm (Help | Check for Updates), using the JetBrains Toolbox, or by downloading the new version from our website. Highlights: An issue that caused the UI to freeze when processing references in python scratch files was fixed A bug that prevented CoffeeScript to […]
  • What I did this week? As mentioned I worked on refactoring output_engine due to its increasing size. It will now be easy to maintain although I have not sumbitted a PR because I need the latest PR by Niraj to work and I'm waiting to get that merged. As soon as that gets merged I'll file […]
  • PEP 562 added support for module level __dir__ and __getitem__. __dir__ is called when the built-in dir function is called on the module__getattr__ is called when an attribute is not found via the regular attribute lookupLet's use this to build an environment based configuration module. Conviruation values has a value, environment key and a function to convert from […]
  • Sorry for the late post. What i have done this week During the test for the parse command function, i find that there are long whitespaces that will be parse as package name. So i use shlex to remove long whitespaces. First use shlex to split into seperate words, and then use space to join […]
  • Hey Python community! It’s been a while since we’ve last posted about this, but we’re excited to present new capabilities we’ve added to the VS Code Azure Machine Learning (AML) extension. From version 0.6.12 onwards we’ve introduced UI changes and ways to help you manage Datastores, Datasets, and Compute instances all from directly within your […]

Finxter

  • by Christian
    In this one-liner tutorial, you’ll learn about the popular sorting algorithm Quicksort. Surprisingly, a single line of Python code is all you need to write the Quicksort algorithm! Problem: Given a list of numerical values (integer or float). Sort the list in a single line of Python code using the popular Quicksort algorithm! Example: You […]
  • by Christian
    This is a running document in which I’ll answer all questions regarding the single line of Python code. If you want to check out my book “Python One-Liners” and become a one-liner wizard—be my guest! 😉 Let’s get started! Python One Line If Without Else Python One Line If Else Python One Line Elif Python […]

PyCharm

  • by Roberto Pesce
    PyCharm 2020.1.3 is out with some important bug fixes. Update from within PyCharm (Help | Check for Updates), using the JetBrains Toolbox, or by downloading the new version from our website. Highlights: An issue that caused the UI to freeze when processing references in python scratch files was fixed A bug that prevented CoffeeScript to […]
  • by Roberto Pesce
    PyCharm EAP #3 is out and it’s almost releasing time!! If you are like us you are also looking forward to the end of the month! We have been talking about new features for the last month and today we will take a deeper look into two very exciting ones. For the full list, check […]

Planet Scipy

  • by Spyder Blog
    This blogpost was originally published on the Quansight Labs website. I joined the Spyder team almost two years ago, and I never thought I was going to end up working on docs. Six months ago I started a project with CAM Gerlach and Carlos Cordoba to improve Spyder’s documentation. At first, I didn’t actually understand […]
  • by neptune.ai
    You’ve created a deep learning model in keras, you prepared the data and now you are wondering which loss you should choose for your problem.  We’ll get to that in a second but first what is a loss function? In deep learning, the loss is computed to get the gradients with respect to model weights […]
  • by neptune.ai
    In this post, we’ll show you the best alternatives to Sacred + Omniboard. Since you came across this article, you may already know what these tools are made for. But let’s analyze them shortly as it could be helpful in better defining your needs and choosing the best alternative for you. It would be a […]

Real Python

  • by Real Python
    The Python import system is as powerful as it is useful. In this in-depth tutorial, you'll learn how to harness this power to improve the structure and maintainability of your code.
  • by Real Python
    In this video course, you'll learn about Python's object model and see why pointers don't really exist in Python. You'll also cover ways to simulate pointers in Python without managing memory.