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Golang Web Development: Better Than Python?

October 4, 2017

In the world of web development, agility is a king. Businesses gain a competitive edge by having their websites and web applications developed faster with fewer expenses and resources involved. Moreover, not only do they want fast on-demand web development, the demand is also high for advanced usability and seamless user experience. This calls for the emergence of more functional and advanced programming languages for …

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Python Application Development: Brief Overview

March 30, 2012

There is a large number of programming languages available for modern application developers. Nowadays, if you want to develop an application you can choose any from the wide range of languages, depending on your style of programming and kind of application you are developing. For example, Pascal is nice choice for beginning developers and for writing portable applications. Java is good for developing interactive internet …

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Matplotlib for Python Developers Book Review

March 17, 2012

Matplotlib for Python Developers is written as a tutorial for Python developers which have chosen Matplotlib plotting library for creating charts and graphs. What is Matplotlib? Matplotlib is a multiplatform library which can be used to create charts, diagrams, histograms and other figures using Python programming language. It is a useful tool for preparing various analysis, presentations and scientific researches. What is book about? This …

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Python, Ruby, PHP: war or just alternatives?

February 20, 2012

Today we propose to discuss the following question. As you know there are three competing languages of programming for creating websites and web applications: Python, Ruby and PHP, and the question is – what language is the best? You may be surprised by our topic but we suspect programmers to have a habit of using a certain language for programming. It can be one of …

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