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I'm having trouble installing PyMedia on AWS. Can anybody help with this?
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Super neat way to automate deprecations! 
Tim Peters once wrote, "[t]here should be one—and preferably only one—obvious way to do it." Sometimes we don't do it right the first time, or we later decide something shouldn't be done at all. For t
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Learning to use a Grove Button on the Raspberry Pi Smart Plant Pi Kickstarter by using Interrupts in Python.
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Facebook OpenSources Pytorch a Deep Learning Framework for Python 
Tensors and Dynamic neural networks in Python with strong GPU acceleration. PyTorch is a deep learning framework that puts Python first. We are in an early-release Beta. Expect some adventures. Learn More · Fork me on GitHub ...
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this is interesting have to try it once.
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Learn Python Django - A Hands-On Course
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Actually, being in .nl, I'm living below sealevel. (But I like Python and C)
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Hi everyone! I made a cheat sheet with the basics of NumPy that you need to know to get started; It includes array creation, mathematics with arrays, selecting/indexing/slicing and array manipulation - https://www.datacamp.com/community/blog/python-numpy-cheat-sheet
This Python cheat sheet is a quick reference for NumPy beginners
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Hello QGIS community, I am developing a guide to automate tools in QGIS for geoprocessing, I have a doubt ...

Looking for manuals I found a topic that is called:

Custom QGIS: Enable and Disable Toolbars and Panels

What does this topic refer to?

1) What I visualize is that it refers to activating or deactivating the panels and toolbars.

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2) Build customized tools for geoprocessing by supporting the generation of add-ons or plugins.

What do you think, I expect your comments?

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Python cheat sheet
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I've been trying to install cx_Oracle module using pip but I'm getting an error "LINK : fatal error LNK1171: unable to load mspdb140.dll (error code: 127)"

I've also tried it installing using .whl file. With it, installation is successful but on importing the module the error is "ImportError: DLL load failed: %1 is not a valid Win32 application."

Can please somebody help me on this...
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try install with pypi exe
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I'll be releasing a new book this year entitled Scaling Python. Get to know it and be the first to know when it's released!

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My day-to-day activities are still evolving around the Python programming language, as I continue working on the OpenStack project as part of my job at Red Hat. OpenStack is still the biggest Python …
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Dismissing Python Garbage Collection at Instagram to increase python application performance and system scalability.
By dismissing the Python garbage collection (GC) mechanism, which reclaims memory by collecting and freeing unused data, Instagram can run…
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I have the following piece of code :

str1 = "abcd"
print(str1[1:9:3])

The answer I get is "b"

How is this being calculated. This means that in the string str1, print out the 3rd character from 1st position to 9th. Hence str1[1:9] will be "bcd". And the third character in this should throw me an error. But instead I am getting "b". How is this ?
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Index 0 = a
Index 1 = b
Index 2 = c
Index 3 = d

Basically 1 to 9 stride 3 all it can do is return index 1 e.g b


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A list of List questions. heh.
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We are giving away 3 licenses for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate

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#Python 3.6.0 #standardlibrary #hashlib also includes #scrypt #blake2 #shake and #sha3 aka #keccak - Awesome #python3 #python36
It's very important to have modern and compatible tools for key derivation, password protection & data hashing.
15.1. hashlib — Secure hashes and message digests¶. Source code: Lib/hashlib.py. This module implements a common interface to many different secure hash and message digest algorithms. Included are the FIPS secure hash algorithms SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, and SHA512 (defined in ...
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Phillip Guo of University of California has published 8 videos explaining my chapter about async networking.
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For all you Machine Learning Fans, Here is a list of links to help you get started https://github.com/Leo-G/DevopsWiki#machine-learning
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