Monthly Archives: January 2016

Python: Get Indices of List Elements According to Filter Condition

Python (without additional libraries or toolkits like numpy) is still lacking a convenient method to access indices of list elements according to a manually defined filter. We know this functionality from Matlab or numpy. This function makes these toolkits very … Continue reading

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Elaborating about Tomboy Usage Ideas

Tomboy is a nice and usefull note taking app. It is well known among Linux users, since it often comes preinstalled with several Linux distributions. Nonetheless, it runs on Windows or Mac OSX, too, and thus has wide plattform support. … Continue reading

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A powerful unused feature of Python: function annotations.

Originally posted on Manuel Cerón:
Something I’ve always missed when using Python (and dynamically typed languages in general) is nice tooling support. C# and Java have powerful IDEs that can improve your productivity significantly. Some people say that IDEs are a…

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Learning programming quickly on Android

I wish you all the best for the new year 2016! I just wanted to share a nice app with you. It’s for learning programming languages to go on your mobile: Python: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sololearn.python C++: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sololearn.cplusplus PHP: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sololearn.php I even go … Continue reading

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