Nice intro tutorial.
Whoa. I didn’t know that Instagram is running on Python. I’m impressed.
Liu-Cheng Xu writes about using Vim as a Python IDE.
how to use vim as a python ide
Can not wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.
Armin Ronacher wrote an interesting article about a security issue with Pythons string.format().
Be Careful with Python’s New-Style String Format
Security issues always scare me.
Google created a Python runtime in Go.
Grumpy: Go running Python!
Oh, no Python 3. 😦
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Article on IBM developerWorks about languages for machine learning.
The Most Popular Language For Machine Learning Is …
Looks like Python, R and Java are a good choice.
Check out this article on Flexatone HFP, if you want to make music Python.
Python Systems for Algorithmic Composition and Computational Musicology
I need some free time to try this.
Not only we have language battles, but version battles too!
The (lack of a) case against Python 3
It’s Python, Not Python 2, Not Python 3!
Well, I don’t know much about the differences between 3 and 2. But I can image that this debate is not helping the community much. It will just leave newcomers puzzled.
Yet another language battle. This time, it’s R vs. Python. Or was that Python vs. R?
A Huge Debate: R vs. Python for Data Science
I don’t know R, so I cannot comment on this one.
Just found this Python 3 implementation for micro controllers.
MicroPython – Python for microcontrollers