Hi there folks. It’s been a long time since I wrote on this blog. I have been very busy with university applications. A lot has happened recently which I will love to share with you. Firstly, I got a news from a friend that my book is being used in McGill University to teach Python programming. That is something I have always wanted, Continue reading
Hi there folks! I have read some interesting Python tutorials lately. I would love to share them with you. Without any further ado let me list them over here:
I loved this tutorial. It is a bit old but still worth a read. The author has explained the theory behind his implementation. You will enjoy this tutorial if you are interested in signal processing, machine learning and/or music. Continue reading
Hi there folks! I have been writing regular blog-posts since 2013. I have been documenting my Python journey since then. Almost every new thing which I learn finds it’s way to the blog.
As an Python advocate and educator, I’m always looking for ways to make my job (and yours) easier. This list put together by Morpheus Data offers a ton of great resources for Python users (more than 25 tools specific to Python) and other DevOps and Sysadmins. Enjoy. Continue reading
Hi there folks! I have been wanting to write a post on this blog for quite some time now but life always gets in the way. This time it was my exams. Hopefully I will get free after the 4th of June and would get more time to write posts and do stuff which I love and care about. Continue reading
Hey folks! This is a guest post by Grant Jenks. Let’s give him a warm welcome and get right on into what he has to say. 🙂
Hello all! I’m Grant Jenks and I’m guest-posting about one of my favorite topics: Python Sorted Collections.
Python is a little unusual regarding sorted collection types as compared with other programming languages. Three of the top five programming languages in the TIOBE Index include sorted list, sorted dict or sorted set data types. But neither Python nor C include these. For a language heralded as “batteries included” that’s a little strange. Continue reading
Hi there folks! You might have heard about OCR using Python. The most famous library out there is tesseract which is sponsored by Google. It is very easy to do OCR on an image. The issue arises when you want to do OCR over a PDF document.
I am working on a project where I want to input PDF files, extract text from them and then Continue reading