| SciPy Builds on Windows Are a Minor Miracle |
Moving SciPy to Meson meant finding a different Fortran compiler on Windows, which was particularly tricky to pull off for conda-forge. This blog tells the story about how things looked pretty grim for the Python 3.12 release, and how things ended up working out just in the nick of time. Associated HN discussion.
An Unbiased Evaluation of Environment and Packaging Tools
This detailed article covers the wide world of packaging in Python, how the different tools overlap, and how each has its own area of specialization. A great deep dive on all the choices out there that can help you pick the right tool for your project.
Automate LLM Backend Deployments Using Infrastructure as Code
New GitHub project to provision, update, and destroy the cloud infrastructure for a LLM backend using infrastructure as code (Python). Deployment options include deploying Hugging Face models to Docker (local), Runpod, and Azure →
Document Your Python Code and Projects With ChatGPT
Good documentation is a critical feature of any successful Python project. In practice, writing documentation is hard and can take a lot of time and effort. Nowadays, with tools like ChatGPT, you can quickly document your Python code and projects.
PSF Receives “Wonderfully Welcoming Award” From GitHub!
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Python Errors as Values
Error handling can be done in a variety of ways, and this article discusses why one organization decided to use returned error values instead of exceptions. Along the way, you’ll see comparisons between Python, Go, and Rust to better understand the different mechanisms.
Guide to Hash Tables in Python
Hash tables offer an efficient and flexible method of storing and retrieving data, making them indispensable for tasks involving large data sets or requiring rapid access to stored items. Python’s
dict is a hash, learn how it works and how it can help your code.
Julia is working on a doc that explains git and in doing so polled some people about what git terminology they found confusing. This post covers the most common responses and attempts to clear up the confusion.
Check if a Python String Contains a Substring
In this video course, you’ll learn the best way to check whether a Python string contains a substring. You’ll also learn about idiomatic ways to inspect the substring further, match substrings with conditions using regular expressions, and search for substrings in pandas.
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Building a Python Compiler and Interpreter
This article starts the journey of building a compiler and interpreter for the Python programming language, in Python. You’ll learn all about tokenizing, parsing, compiling, and interpreting.
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TIL: Django Constraints
Constraints in Django allow you to further restrict how data is managed in the database. This quick post covers how to use the
UniqueConstraint classes in Django.
PEP 733: An Evaluation of Python’s Public C API
This is an informational PEP describing the shared public view of the C API in Python. It talks about why the C API exists, who the stakeholders are, and problems with the interface.
What Stage Startup Offers the Best Risk-Reward Tradeoff?
A deep dive on the success rate statistics of startups in the US with analysis on what joining at different stages means to a stock package payout.
Let’s Make a Silly JSON-like Parser
This article goes into deep detail on how you would construct a JSON parser in Python. If you’re new to parsing, this is a great place to start.
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Rust vs. Go, Java, and Python in AWS Lambda Functions
A performance comparison of JSON parsing in AWS Lambda functions using Rust, Go, Java, and Python.
Everything You Can Do With Python’s
Learn how to optimize search and keep your data sorted in Python with the
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