Articles filed in category 'Python'

  • If you’ve been thinking that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are a bit out of your league, think again. Sahil shows that you’re already using and benefiting from it, and you can create it too.
  • Instead of implementing machine learning algorithms manually, Wei-Meng found that someone else had already done the hard part. Come along as he explores a Python tool, called Scikit-learn, and builds a couple of models.
  • Every system needs to be tested before being set loose on an unsuspecting public. Keith uses Coverage.py to figure out how much information about code is enough, and what kinds of statistics and measurements can make you confident that your work will endure whatever a user throws at it.
  • Insufficient testing can lead to devastating results. Find out what you can do to minimize outages as Keith explores unit testing using a Python tool called Coverage.py.
  • IronPython is easy to learn yet surprisingly powerful language for .NET development. In this article, I’ll introduce you to IronPython and demonstrate it differs from C# and Visual Basic while still allowing you to leverage your existing .NET knowledge.
  • If you’re curious about Data Science or Python—and if you’re interested in the Internet of Things, you should be—you’ll find this introduction both important and exciting. Wei-Meng makes it all clear for us by explaining the basics.
  • Learning R sets you up for creating machine learning projects. Wei-Meng takes a close look at the language, which can implement a wide variety of statistical techniques, tests, analysis, classification, clustering, and can help you produce publication-quality graphs.
  • Python has long been the favorite language of open-source developers. Nicola shows Windows and iOS developers how to take advantage of Python’s many qualities using Visual Studio.
  • In this next installment of his exploration into artificial intelligence, Sahil show you how to get LUIS to understand even if you misspell or mispronounce something.
  • It’s not a new product, but Michael shows you some tips and tricks that you might not know and that will make coding in Python a joy
  • Michael compares Python to .NET and C#, and shows us why you’d want which one and when.
  • If you need your data secure, there’s probably no better way to ensure it than a Blockchain. Wei-Meng explains how it all works and then helps you build your own.