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Real Python: Python REST APIs With Flask, Connexion, and SQLAlchemy – Part 4

In Part 3 of this series, you added relationships to the REST API and to the database that supports it. This gave you a powerful tool you can use to build interesting programs that send persistent data, as well as the relationships between that data, to a database system. Having a REST API gives you the ability to create a Single-Page Application (SPA) with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This is a good starting point before you make the jump to more powerful front-end frameworks, like Angular or React. In this…

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The No Title® Tech Blog: New project: Nice Telescope Planner

And now, for something different, I have just dived into Java. I am sharing with you the first (pre-)release of Nice Telescope Planner, a simple cross-platform desktop utility for amateur astronomy hobbyists, written in Java. The aim is to provide an easy to use tool to help planning sky observation sessions, suggesting some of the interesting objects you may be able to watch at naked eye, or using amateur equipment (binoculars or small to medium size telescopes) in a given date/time and place.

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Samuel Sutch: Python Parallel Programming Cookbook: Over 70 recipes to solve challenges in multithreading and distributed system with Python 3, 2nd Edition

Price: $39.99(as of Oct 28,2019 13:14:47 UTC – Details) Giancarlo Zaccone has over fifteen years’ experience of managing research projects in the scientific and industrial domains. He is a software and systems engineer at the European Space Agency (ESTEC), where he mainly deals with the cybersecurity of satellite navigation systems.Giancarlo holds a master’s degree in physics and an advanced master’s degree in scientific computing.Giancarlo has already authored the following titles, available from Packt: Python Parallel Programming Cookbook (First Edition), Getting Started with TensorFlow, Deep Learning with TensorFlow (First Edition), and…

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Samuel Sutch: Python for Kids: A Playful Introduction to Programming

Price: $19.79(as of Oct 28,2019 15:15:29 UTC – Details) From the Author: Top 5 Tips & Tricks for Beginning Programmers 1. Never try to understand a long piece of code (or a long program) in one go. Focus on a few statements at a time. If possible, try to take a smaller chunk of the code and run it yourself to see what it does. Experimenting is always good, even if it doesn’t work and you get weird error messages, you’ve learned something!

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Loan Amortisation Schedule using R and Python

In this post, we will explain how you can calculate your monthly loan instalments the way bank calculates using R and Python. In financial world, analysts generally use MS Excel software for calculating principal and interest portion of instalment using PPMT, IPMT functions. As data science is growing and trending these days, it is important to know how you can do the same using popular data science programming languages such as R and Python. When you take a loan from bank at x% annual interest rate for N number of…

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Get Started with the ELK Stack

Friends don’t let friends write user auth. Tired of managing your own users? Try Okta’s API and Java SDKs today. Authenticate, manage, and secure users in any application within minutes. Good design principles require that microservices architectures are observable, and provide a centralized monitoring tool. This tool allows development teams to verify the overall system …

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Python Community Interview With Al Sweigart

This week, I’m joined by Al Sweigart, a familiar name in the Python community. Al is an accomplished developer, conference speaker, teacher, and origamist. (Yes, you read that correctly!) But some may know him best as the author of many Python programming books, including the bestselling book Automate the Boring Stuff with Python and our top pick, Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python. So, without any further ado, let’s get into it! Ricky: Welcome to Real Python, Al. We’re so glad you could join us for this interview. Let’s…

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Reuven Lerner: Early-bird pricing for Weekly Python Exercise ends tomorrow

My native language is English: I grew up speaking it at home and school, and it’s my preference when reading, writing, and speaking. I studied in US schools through 12 grade, and then got both a bachelor’s degree and a PhD at American universities.  I’ve been writing for years, including 20 years as a columnist at Linux Journal. Am I fluent in English? Yes, I’d say so.  And yet, I’m always reading tidbits about the history of English, how to speak more clearly, and how sharpen the language I use…

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Samuel Sutch: Hands-On GPU Programming with Python and CUDA: Explore high-performance parallel computing with CUDA

Price: $44.99(as of Oct 28,2019 19:22:03 UTC – Details) Dr. Brian Tuomanen has been working with CUDA and General-Purpose GPU Programming since 2014. He received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington in Seattle, and briefly worked as a Software Engineer before switching to Mathematics for Graduate School. He completed his Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of Missouri in Columbia, where he first encountered GPU programming as a means for studying scientific problems. Dr. Tuomanen has spoken at the US Army Research Lab about…

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