Hello Python folks! I am excited to start this python recipes book to the delight of python lovers, where I'll be sharing my thoughts and experiences with all of you.
The First recipe is all about combining multiple Python features in just a few lines of code. So, lets’ start!
Front-end development is an ever-changing landscape, with new technologies and trends emerging all the time. As a front-end developer, it is essential to stay up to date with these trends and understand how they can impact your work. In this post, we will take a closer look at some of the emerging technological trends in front-end development and how they can affect developers.
The infamous 1st January 2023 has come and gone. And while we are all getting used to this new life, the ‘new old’ currency, or the new normal, as some people called the recent period related to some other things that I will not be mentioning now, I would like to give a brief developer's description of how I saw all this in a small part (what was done, what could have been done additionally) as a direct participant in the entire conversion within a financial institution in which the EUR was an enormous project.
Are you curious about Azure Service Bus and its functionality? If so, you're in luck - this blog post will explore this technology. We'll discover when using Azure Service Bus benefits you, the problems it addresses and simplifies and the advantages it offers.
Most of the time, we need a Linux-only environment for development and have to work without a Macbook or an Ubuntu laptop. In the following paragraphs, we will build and debug dotnet microservices that can be deployed to the docker engine running on WSL2.
Koin provides us with an all-in kotlin library to use it in our shared module to create injections that can be used by both Android and iOS platforms, and also with desktop, if you go with KMP (Kotlin MultiPlatform). But, before we start getting into the coding implementation, there are two things to remember.
In this article, we’ll do a quick introduction to Project Lombok - the library that can help us reduce repetitive and boilerplate code in our Java classes. Sometimes, even a simple POJO (Plain Old Java Object) can become really complex and unreadable.
Probably the most consistent and accurate explanation would be that monorepo is a repository that contains multiple different projects with clearly and well-defined interrelationships. Without these clearly defined relationships and boundaries between projects, monorepo is reduced to code collocation. The code should be separated and encapsulated according to the logical units that are defined in advance during the process of its design. Monorepo, although the name may at first suggest so, is the exact opposite of a monolithic repository.
The theme of this post is the speed comparison between two binaries, both targeting x64 Windows operating system. One is written in C# (.NET Framework 4.8), the other is in C (Legacy MSVC Standard), compiled with Microsoft's Visual C compiler. All benchmarks are done on Intel Core i7-8550U CPU.
The subject of artificial intelligence (AI) is expanding quickly and has the potential to revolutionize a wide range of sectors. Due to its simplicity, usability and vast developer community, Python is a well-liked programming language used for AI development. TensorFlow, PyTorch and scikit-learn are just some of the tools and frameworks available in Python that facilitate the development of AI applications. In this post, we'll introduce you to Python-based artificial intelligence (AI) and provide you a basic example of how to apply AI with code snippets.