Hi folks. In this post I am going to share some great articles which I recently got across. Apart from that I would also be sharing some news relating to Python. Continue reading
Hi there guys! I don’t usually promote stuff but this time I am making an exception. A guy named Adrian Rosebrock recently started a Kickstarter to fund a course which he is creating. He is a Ph.D who has spent his entire adult life studying computer vision, machine learning, and image search engines. Continue reading
Hi there guys. I am Yasoob :) As you know that writing quality tutorials take plenty of time so I was thinking that I should take your suggestion about the next article.
These days I have been doing quite a lot of projects. Continue reading
I really wanted to write a guide for this myself but didn’t get the time. Here Naren arya wrote a great post and I think that you should definitely give it a look.
Originally posted on impythonist:
Many of us use below libraries to perform scraping.
I don’t mention scrapy or dragline frameworks here since underlying basic scraper is lxml .My favorite one is lxml.why? ,It has the element traversal methods rather than relying on regular expressions methodology like BeautifulSoup.Here I am going to take a very interesting example.I am so amazed after finding that ,my article is appeared in recent PyCoders weekly issue…
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Originally posted on Computational Linguistics:
For the last two years, I’ve done almost all of my work in Cython. And I don’t mean, I write Python, and then “Cythonize” it, with various type-declarations etc. I just, write Cython. I use “raw” C structs and arrays, and occasionally C++ vectors, with a thin wrapper around malloc/free that I wrote myself. The code is almost always exactly as fast as C/C++, because it really is just C/C++ with some syntactic sugar — but with Python “right there”, should I need/want it.
This is basically the inverse of the old promise that languages like Python came with: that you would write your whole application in Python, optimise the “hot spots” with C, and voila! C speed, Python convenience, and money in the bank.
This was always much nicer in theory than practice. In practice, your data structures have a huge influence on both the efficiency of your…
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