Topic: python

Python 3.8 is now available

The latest version of Python is now available. Python 3.8 introduces a number of new features, including assignment expressions, positional-only parameters, and a new parallel filesystem cache.  Assignment expressions is a new syntax (:=) that will assign values to variables that are part of a larger expression. Because the syntax resembles a walrus’ eyes and … continue reading

Python Software Foundation and Tidelift partner on Python web development libraries

The Python Software Foundation and Tidelift are teaming up on the community-driven Pallets Projects. Pallets is a collection of popular Python web development libraries. Through the new partnership, the libraries will receive maintenance, security and license assurances.  RELATED CONTENT: Python 2 to sunset by 2020 In addition, Tidelift plans to provide income to the team … continue reading

Python 2 to sunset by 2020

The Python Software Foundation formally announced it will sunset Python 2 on January 1st, 2020. According to the foundation, it would have liked to see Python 2 sunset back in 2015, however, since many did not upgrade to the new language, the sunset was extended until 2020. RELATED CONTENT: A pledge to Python 3  “We … continue reading

A pledge to Python 3

A number of Python projects are promising to transition to Python 3 by the end of the year. Currently, a majority of Python packages and projects support Python 3.x and Python 2.7. The Python programming language development team has announced support for Python 2.7 will end by the end of the year. Projects have had … continue reading

PyTorch 1.2 released with new and improved TorchScript environment

The open-source machine learning framework PyTorch is tackling production usage in its latest release. PyTorch 1.2 features an update to the TorchScript environment. TorchScript enables users to create serializable models from PyTorch code and can be saved from a Python process.  The new improvements are designed to make it easier to ship production models, expand … continue reading

What to expect in Python 3.8

The upcoming version on Python is on its way. The Python 3.8 beta cycle begun with Python 3.8.0b1 last month. Earlier this month, the second beta was released, making Python 3.8 feature complete. Python 3.8 will go through two more planned beta release previews before the official version is released in October.  RELATED CONTENT:  Top … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mendix Summer 2019 release, ActiveState support for Python 2, and Tidelift and Ruby Together team up

Low-code and no-code tool provider Mendix introduced Mendix Studio: an IDE called Studio Pro, and Mendix Assist: an AI tool for building low-code apps, all included in the Summer 2019 release of the platform.  The company explained that the new release was designed to greatly expand the number of people who can fully participate in … continue reading

Top unicorns herd to Python

Python continues its rise to the top of the programming language charts. A newly released report revealed Python is the top language used by “unicorn” companies in the United States.  Unicorns are companies valued at more than $1 billion. The Coding Dojo report is based off of the top 25 U.S. unicorns such as WeWork, … continue reading

New report shows shakeup amongst top programming languages

JavaScript and Java continue to dominate the software development world as the top programming languages, but newly released reports indicate the times are changing. JetBrains released its State of Developer Ecosystem 2019 report, which found while Java is still the most popular primary language and JavaScript is the most used overall, Python is gaining speed. … continue reading

TIOBE predicts Python will replace Java as top programming language

Java’s reign as the top programming language is in jeopardy as Python has been steadily rising the chats. In TIOBE’s latest top programming language Index Python has surpassed C++ and is now in the top three programming languages. Java still holds the top spot while C is in second place. According to TIOBE, if Python … continue reading

Wolfram wants more developers to use its programming language

Wolfram Research is announcing new efforts to give developers access to its computational programming language, the Wolfram Language. The company announced the Free Wolfram Engine for Developers, an engine for the Wolfram Language capable of being deployed on any system and called from programs, languages and web services, Wolfram Research explained. According to the founder … continue reading

SD Times news digest: PyCharm 2019.1, Kong 1.1, and Amazon Glacier Deep Archive

PyCharm 2019.1 is now available. The latest release includes a keymap for Sublime Text, improved data class inheritance in Python, the ability to debug large collections, and more. New features only available in the Professional Edition include direct Jupyter Notebook editing,  improved HTML and CSS quick documentation, a new JavaScript debug console, and more. Kong … continue reading

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