Quick Post via Twitter: I’ve published issue 73 of my #newsletter covering: #Python based #ScientificComputing in the #Browser and the State of #UX #Survey – https://t.co/6FIFAQSydi #qp #computing #numpy #scipy #pandas #matplotlib #NetworkX

I’ve published issue 73 of my #newsletter covering: #Python based #ScientificComputing in the #Browser and the State of #UX #Survey – https://t.co/6FIFAQSydi #qp #computing #numpy #scipy #pandas #matplotlib #NetworkX

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 073: Python-Based Scientific Computing the Browser through Pyodide and The State of UX Survey

Firefox Pyodide – Scientific Computing in the Browser? The Mozilla Hacks Blog had a really neat post about an experimental project involving a full Python-based data science stack on the browser. WebAssembly is the technology that makes this possible. Per the WebAssembly link: WebAssembly is a new type of code that can be run in … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 073: Python-Based Scientific Computing the Browser through Pyodide and The State of UX Survey

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 069: Results from the 2018 Python Developers Survey and REST API Testing Resources

Interesting results from a 2018 Python Developers Survey JetBrains, the makers of many IDEs teamed up with Python Software Foundation to run developer survey for 2018 (this is similar to the State of JavaScript survey for JS developers). The 2018 survey can be found here: https://www.jetbrains.com/research/python-developers-survey-2018/ (There’s also a 2017 survey too) Some interesting survey … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 069: Results from the 2018 Python Developers Survey and REST API Testing Resources

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 060: LinkedIn’s Site Reliability Engineering Group’s approach to Python CLI based Utilities through PEX and Shiv

I recently came across a neat article in LinkedIn’s blog. It was written by their Site Reliability Engineering group (SRE) which covered some interesting Command Line Interface (i.e., CLI) utility libraries related to Python. I can see how the power of Python would be fantastic for CLI utilities. The problem is Python’s dependency management. The … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 060: LinkedIn’s Site Reliability Engineering Group’s approach to Python CLI based Utilities through PEX and Shiv

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 056: Python’s former BDFL and the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Python’s former BDFL Human languages take millennia to develop, whereas programming languages can take less than a month for initial design. Human languages are evolutionary, and programming languages take on the preferences, principles, and beliefs of their designer. If the programming language is successful in terms of adoption and usage, then the language moves from … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 056: Python’s former BDFL and the Apollo 11 Moon Landing