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Quansight Labs Blog: Moving SciPy to the Meson build system

Let's start with an announcement: SciPy now builds with Meson on Linux, and the full test suite passes! This is a pretty exciting milestone, and good news for SciPy maintainers and contributors - they can look forward to much faster builds and a more pleasant development experience. So how fast is it? Currently the build takes about 1min 50s (a...

Low Kian Seong: That one where I almost lost my life but ended up rolling over a 5 year old boy part 1

 You know when they ask you in interviews "What is your most embarrassing mistake" ? Well I always lie and mutter something that I think they want to hear and a false cringe on the face to add dash of believability into the whole story. It's false. That is not my most embarrassing mistake. The most embarrassing mistake I have ever done in my life happened...

Weekly Python StackOverflow Report: (cclxxxv) stackoverflow python report

These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.Between brackets: [question score / answers count]Build date: 2021-07-24 18:37:56 GMTset of sets and "in" operator - [7/2]Mypy complains about __setitem__ signature - [6/2]Adding level 2 index as a sum of other indexes with a condition - [6/2]CUDA out of memory error, cannot reduce batch...

Łukasz Langa: Weekly Report 2021, July 19 - 25

Second week passed as fast as the first one, if not faster. This time I dug into more non-trivial issues. While most were around typing, there was also quite a bit of C involved. Also, we were able to close Dennis’ PR to speed up fastsearch.h (bytes.find is now 22%+ faster on real-world data).

Andre Roberge: New interactive friendly tracebacks for Jupyter

 Summary: I have a draft version of a new and arguably better way to display information from friendly for Jupyter labs/notebooks. For now, it only works with the default light theme.The following screen captures illustrate a new way to display the information from friendly inside Jupyter lab/notebooks.  Instead of having to type some commands, the...

Talk Python to Me: #326: Building Desktop Apps with wxPython

Did you know I'm a fan of GUIs. You know, they are kind of like web pages, but they run on your computer, they have their own windows, and you can even use them offline! On this episode, we'll dive into wxPython with Mike Driscoll. He's back on the podcast to share his hard-won experience on building and distributing Python Window-based applications.<br/>...

EuroPython: EuroPython 2021: Invitation to Optiver Workshop

Optiver, our keystone sponsor, is running a free workshop on Monday. Anyone with a conference or combined ticket can attend and learn more about algorithmic trading, and even win prizes!Continue reading to learn more about the workshop.If you want to receive sponsor messages directly via email, please adjust your privacy settings on the conference website.Enjoy,EuroPython...

Real Python: The Real Python Podcast – Episode #70: What Can You Do With Python and Counting Objects Using "Counter"

How is Python being used today, and what can you do with the language? Do you want to develop software, dive into data science and math, automate parts of your job and digital life, or work with electronics? This week on the show, David Amos is back, and he's brought another batch of PyCoder's Weekly articles and projects. [ Improve...

Stack Abuse: Guide to Sending HTTP Requests in Python with urllib3

Introduction Resources on the Web are located under some kind of web-address (even if they're not accessible), oftentimes referred to as a URL (Uniform Resource Locator). These resources are, most of the time, manipulated by an end-user (retrieved, updated, deleted, etc.) using the HTTP protocol through respective HTTP Methods. In this guide, we'll...

PyCharm: PyCharm 2021.2 Release Candidate Is Out

PyCharm’s 2021.2 major release is right around the corner, and the PyCharm team is adding the final touches to the new features and fixing important bugs. As we approach the end of this release’s early access program, we’d like to thank everyone who participated, tested new PyCharm functionality, and helped us improve the project by submitting bug...

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