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Cython 0.27 speeds Python by moving away from oddball syntax

The latest version of the Python-to-C toolkit can use Python's own native type-hinting syntax to accelerate the conversion process

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6 machine learning projects to automate machine learning

Tweaking machine learning algorithms and models won't always be for experts only, thanks to these cutting-edge projects

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Why Python and C# can’t displace Java, C, or C++

As the programming language field gets more crowded and developers use more languages in their code, Python and C# suffer from inherent limits

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4 major fixes on the Python roadmap

Whether you're into machine learning, API building, devops, or containers and microservices, you will stand to gain from these Python advances

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3 projects lighting a fire under machine learning

PyTorch, MXNet, and upstart Java-centric Smile bring greater speed and ease to model training and deployment

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How Rust can replace C, with Python's help

Four new projects make it easier to develop Rust libraries with Python bindings, allowing Rust to replace C as a low-level Python partner

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Survey says Python is tops with developers

Packt survey finds Python is the most commonly used tool, while Splunk, Hadoop, and Kafka skills draw the highest pay

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How to get started with Python

How to pick the right Python distribution, the right Python IDE, and the right supporting tools to jumpstart your Python programming

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Google open-sources TensorFlow training tools

Tensor2Tensor simplifies deep-learning model training so developers can more easily create machine learning workflows

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Stack Overflow: Like sleep? Don't code in C

In analyzing its traffic, Stack Overflow found that C developers keep the latest hours, while C# is the language for early risers

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