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Top Performance Metrics for Java, .NET, PHP, Node.js, and Python

No application is the same. Some legacy apps were built in a monolithic environment built on a homogeneous language, say Java or .NET. As environments become more distributed, and technology has innovated to a near-breaking speed, application architectures tend to be built using a multitude of languages often leveraging the more dynamic languages for specific use cases. Luckily, these distributed ...

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10 Awesome Python Tutorials to Kick-Start your Projects

Python is a widely used high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in languages such as C++ or Java. The language provides constructs intended to enable clear programs on both a small and large scale. Python supports multiple ...

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Mimicking Kotlin Builders in Java and Python

Intro Kotlin is probably my favorite language right now, and possibly one of the coolest things it has to offer is type-safe builders, built upon several features (explained in a bit). I find myself really really wanting to have this feature in my other two primary languages, Java and Python. This article explains what I believe to be the closest ...

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Using Python with Apache Spark

Apache Spark is awesome. Python is awesome. This post will show you how to use your favorite programming language to process large datasets quickly. Why Python? Python has become one of the major programming languages, joining the pantheon of essential languages like C, C++, and HTML. Why has it become so popular? Because Guido van Rossum designed it as a ...

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WiPy on the home network

Recently there was a Kickstarter about “an Arduino that runs Python”, the WiPy. This is a small IoT board with WiFi on it (which is not available on stock Arduinos) for an attractive price. And being able to use a high level language along with a lot of existing libraries makes it attractive too. A few days ago I got ...

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Flag Parameters and Overloading in Python, Java, and Kotlin

Jumping around between multiple languages can help you notice some differences between idioms and best practices in different languages. One of the more interesting differences has to do with one function doing multiple things. Python We’ll look at Python first. Python is actually incapable of overloading, since defining a new function/method with the same name would just overwrite the previous ...

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