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We can’t just copy/paste ASM directly into a Python script. Instead, python reads the machine code in as a bytearray of shellcode where the binary data is represented by a hex value where the \x represents the offset.
asm

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Hydrogen is a package for Atom editor that allows interactive programming in different languages. I would call it a bridge, or even a sweet spot, between Jupyter Notebooks and a full blown IDE (like IntelliJ IDEA).
IDE

closures

With the concurrent.futures library, Python gives you a simple way to tweak your scripts to use all the CPU cores in your computer at once. Don’t be afraid to try it out. Once you get the hang of it, it’s as simple as using a for loop, but often a whole lot faster.
futures

sublime

Imagine one day wherein we had a neural network which could watch movies and generate it’s own movies, or listen to songs and compose new ones. This network would learn from what it sees and hears without you explicitly telling it. This way of letting a neural network learn is known as unsupervised learning.
machine learning

pypy

In the spirit of increasing the Python community’s inclusivity and diversity, PyBay is pleased to announce this year’s conference scholarships. Our scholarships are designed to support members of our community for whom attending PyBay would present a financial challenge.
conference

We’ve discussed a few reasons to use Jupyter Notebooks as a GIS user. From visualization of your data to the recent integration with the ArcGIS platform, Jupyter Notebooks are quickly becoming a crucial component of GIS and data science workflows. In spite of these benefits, coming up to speed and getting comfortable with Jupyter Notebooks can be a daunting task for a new user. There is nuance to the way Jupyter Notebooks operate that can take some time to comprehend.
jupyter

CheatSheets for Pandas, numpy etc.
machine learning

You want to count the number of times each thing occurs in your list. How do you do it? We'll talk about the many ways to solve this problem, concluding with the most Pythonic way: Counter.
counter

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