Top 5 Python frameworks for web development

It’s no secret that our team loves Python. We’re closely acquainted with this powerful programming language, and use it to solve problems and build software every day.When you’re constantly moving from project to project, and developing new products from scratch on a regular basis, frameworks become very handy. For the busy software developer, frameworks are a blessing.Why? Instead of writing the same hundreds of lines of code for every project, programmers can use ready-made components in the framework. This obviously saves time and money, but even more importantly it significantly reduces time-to-market.But developers have varying needs, and not all frameworks

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How to build probabilistic models with PyMC3 in Bayesian

The basic idea of probabilistic programming with PyMC3 is to specify models using code and then solve them in an automatic way. Probabilistic programming offers an effective way to build and solve complex models and allows us to focus more on model design, evaluation, and interpretation, and less on mathematical or computational details.This post is taken from the book Bayesian Analysis with Python by Packt Publishing written by author Osvaldo Martin. This book discusses PyMC3, a very flexible Python library for probabilistic programming, as well as ArviZ, a new Python library that will help us interpret the results of probabilistic

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How to build probabilistic models with PyMC3 in Bayesian

The basic idea of probabilistic programming with PyMC3 is to specify models using code and then solve them in an automatic way. Probabilistic programming offers an effective way to build and solve complex models and allows us to focus more on model design, evaluation, and interpretation, and less on mathematical or computational details.This post is taken from the book Bayesian Analysis with Python by Packt Publishing written by author Osvaldo Martin. This book discusses PyMC3, a very flexible Python library for probabilistic programming, as well as ArviZ, a new Python library that will help us interpret the results of probabilistic

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Python Classes and Interfaces

note: This is a except from Effective Python: 90 Specific Ways to Write Better Python, 2nd Edition

As an object-oriented programming language, Python supports a full range of features, such as inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation. Getting things done in Python often requires writing new classes and defining how they interact through their interfaces and hierarchies.Python’s classes and inheritance make it easy to express a program’s intended behaviors with objects. They allow you to improve and expand functionality over time. They provide flexibility in an environment of changing requirements. Knowing how to use them well enables you to write maintainable code.Item

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Python Classes and Interfaces

note: This is a except from Effective Python: 90 Specific Ways to Write Better Python, 2nd Edition

As an object-oriented programming language, Python supports a full range of features, such as inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation. Getting things done in Python often requires writing new classes and defining how they interact through their interfaces and hierarchies.Python’s classes and inheritance make it easy to express a program’s intended behaviors with objects. They allow you to improve and expand functionality over time. They provide flexibility in an environment of changing requirements. Knowing how to use them well enables you to write maintainable code.Item

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Django Migrations 101

Since version 1.7, Django has come with built-in support for database migrations. In Django, database migrations usually go hand in hand with models: whenever you code up a new model, you also generate a migration to create the necessary table in the database. However, migrations can do much more. With this course you’ll get comfortable […]

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