Hey folks! I am feeling really proud to announce the completion of my very own book. After a lot of hard-work and sheer determination this became possible and “Intermediate Python” saw the light of day. It will receive updates over time Continue reading
Hey folks! This is a guest post by Grant Jenks. Let’s give him a warm welcome and get right on into what he has to say.
Hello all! I’m Grant Jenks and I’m guest-posting about one of my favorite topics: Python Sorted Collections.
Python is a little unusual regarding sorted collection types as compared with other programming languages. Three of the top five programming languages in the TIOBE Index include sorted list, sorted dict or sorted set data types. But neither Python nor C include these. For a language heralded as “batteries included” that’s a little strange. Continue reading
Hi there folks! I am sure you all are fine. It’s been a long time since I wrote on this blog. I have some very important exams coming up due to which I was/am not able to provide the required time to this blog.
I am happy to inform you that Intermediate Python is now available in Chinese! Continue reading
For those of you who wish to begin learning Python for Data Science, here is a list of various resources that will get you up and running. Included are things like online tutorials and short interactive course, MOOCs, newsletters, books, useful tools and more. We decided to put this together so that you can begin learning Data Science with Python right of the bat, without having to spend hours surfing the web in search of resources. Please note that while we believe the list is comprehensive, it is by no means exhaustive. We probably have missed out on a couple of nice resources so feel free to mention them in the comments if you are so inclined.
Hi there folks! You might have heard about OCR using Python. The most famous library out there is tesseract which is sponsored by Google. It is very easy to do OCR on an image. The issue arises when you want to do OCR over a PDF document.
I am working on a project where I want to input PDF files, extract text from them and then Continue reading
Hi there everyone!
I have an interesting opportunity for you guys. I am planning on doing a weekly online Python workshop. It will be for 2 hours every week. This is only for women (for now) who want to get started with programming or want to improve their current knowledge. It is entirely free. This is your best chance to learn from me. The seats will be limited to 5-10 in the first batch as it is an experiment for me as well. So try to fill in the form as soon as you can. I will announce the names of the selected candidates after a couple of days.
Best of luck!
PS: You can share this form with anyone else you know who would be interested in this opportunity.
If you have any questions then feel free to write them in the comments bellow. I would love to answer them
Hi there folks! Recently I was doing a task for fossasia which required me to make a Django web app which allowed users to submit their email addresses and receive a welcome email in return. I was able to complete the project in a couple of hours. Most of the time was spent in making the UI look good. I am going to show you how you can easily make a similar app.
This is a guest post by Brian David Hall from codenhance.com. He develops tutorials and resources to help scientists learn to code, including his latest Kickstarter project, Learn the Command Line … for Science!
Spoiler alert: in this post, I will argue that Python is the best programming language for scientists to learn. Forget Perl, Java, FORTRAN, IDL, or whatever else they were pushing when you got your degree. This type of discussion is usually emotionally charged – many a flame war has been fought over programming languages. Feelings will get hurt. Heads will roll. But first …