Posts Tagged ‘ python ’

Bash secret powers

May 15, 2014
linux

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Unix swissknifeBash scripting has evolved a lot in the last ten years. I get used to relay on bash for all normal “data domination” tasks (like file system refactorings, database extraction and reporting and so on) and switching to python/ruby/perl when the complexity gets...

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How I Structure My Flask Applications

June 27, 2013

How I Structure My Flask Applications Flask has been my preferred web framework as of late. I think it has a great core feature set and Armin, the main author, has done well to keep its API minimal and easy to digest even for developers that are relatively new to Python. However, given that...

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Tool Command Language: il papa’ di Java

December 21, 2012

E’ notizia fresca di stampa il rilascio di Tcl 8.6, che introduce parecchie novità a dispetto del fatto che sia una “minor” release.   In particolatre Tcl 8.6 introduce un motore “stackless”, integra nel linguaggio le estensioni OOP, ed aggiunge le coroutine. Parliamo quindi diffusamente di Tcl, un linuaggio che ho sempre trascurato perché mi...

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Da Python a Ruby o vicerversa

January 12, 2012

Preludio L’ultima volta che ho provato Ruby è stato nell’aprile del 2005. Avevo sviluppato un paio di progetti di test in RubyOnRails, che allora era già produttivo. Ruby era affascinante, ma la libreria base mi sembrava ancora in stato embrionale e lo abbandonai. RubyOnRails non mi è mai sembrato avesse un vantaggio competitivo rispetto...

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(How to Write a (Lisp) Interpreter (in Python))

October 24, 2011

I like a lot of programming languages. I do not love them with the same intensity. I do not love Lisp for its ((syntax))), but Lisp rocks for its purity: in a tiny bag of concept, you get a lot of stuff. This article, (How to Write a (Lisp) Interpreter (in Python)) show you how...

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Functional Programming In Depth, part II:Python and Scala retrospection

August 29, 2011
Hubble Hydorgen gas space snapshot

This entry is part 15 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesThis is the second article on functional programming. In the first one we talked about scala and the type inference system it brings in the Java Way of Life. I played a bit with python functional howto, building a small game. Before starting...

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Flask: a framework we like more then others

July 8, 2011

In the past week I learned Flask, a very young and promising  python framework. I have already learned Django, Cherrypy, Web2Py and TurboGears. Anyway, if you are planning a medium sized project, I like to suggest you Flask, because of these feature:

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The Consultant is here!

May 10, 2011

Sei stato allevato dalle Tigri. Sai acchiappare opportunità lontanissime. Ora e’ venuto il momento di mostrare chi sei… e di diventare il Consulente migliore dell’Universo! Se resisti almeno 15 giorni, sarai nella topten. Gioca a TheConsultant!

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Python 3 Survival Guide

May 9, 2011
Do we love python3?... mmm we prefer 2.6 for the meantime

Python 3 is here, and  we are all friends. Anyway, using it needs a bit of macumba-powers. Let’s acquire this power together…

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