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Python 3.0 Release

Python 3.0 We are pleased to announce the release of Python 3.0 (final), a new production-ready release, on December 3rd, 2008. Python 3.0 (a.k.a. “Python 3000” or “Py3k”) is a new version of the language that is incompatible with the 2.x line of releases. The language is mostly the same, but many details, especially how …

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Django 1.0.2 is out

We read and report: Tonight, to clear up some problems with the packaging of the Django 1.0.1 release from Friday, we’ve released Django 1.0.2; once again, this is a bugfix-only release, and is a recommended upgrade for anyone targeting or using Django 1.0 or Django 1.0.1. Weblog entry announcing the release is here: http://www.djangoproject.com/weblog/2008/nov/18/102/ Release …

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fileCounter version 0.1

We are happy to release filecounter_0.1 File counter is a small python script to scan files and get userful information. For instance: fileCounter.py java  -wc scan all java files and get the total lines. You can add estension on command line, and invoke internal commands via the proper option. This is a beta release.

Brasil4Win 1.1 and Jython 2.5a3: testing in progress

Because of the forthcoming release of Jython 2.5 (after an year of silence), we at Gioorgi.com are checking Brasil compatibility, right now.  What is Jython?… we read from the Jython website: Jython is an implementation of the high-level, dynamic, object-oriented language Python written in 100% Pure Java, and seamlessly integrated with the Java platform. It …

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Django 1.0 Release is out

I am happy Django Team has released version 1.0 of its python web framework. It was planned for 21th of September, but they speed up things :) We can read on Django web site: Developed and used over two years by a fast-moving online-news operation, Django was designed to handle two challenges: the intensive deadlines …

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Dynamic languages troubles

I have read http://www.manageability.org/blog/stuff/chandler-failure and I think it is very danger way of exposing concepts.

In the article pointed out, the quite dead Chandler project is compared to the multi-billion Eclipse project. And then a too easy analysis is done against dynamic languages, where Java is the absolute winner.

I will try to fix some of the things said there, and to add also my two cents here :)