Tag: python

R-ython or PR-ython or ???? – Continuous Deployment

File this story under “It’s about time” but R and Python are preparing to merge forces. Or more specifically, Hadley Wickham and Wes McKinney, the preeminent thought leaders and developers of R and Python respectively, are preparing to…

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Coming Attractions: Dependency Management – Continuous Deployment

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Upon my introduction to the world of Python programming I became painfully aware of the term “dependency management”. By trial and much error, itself the fruit of exploring the realm of the OSX Terminal application, I broke my…

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Python 2017 – A Year of Transition. – Continuous Deployment

[Boston, November 18, 2016] Aaron Maxwell is a writer, software engineer and entrepreneur and resides in San Francisco, CA. I interviewed him on Friday and he had some interesting thoughts to share regarding DevOps, Python, and outcomes he expects…

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