Occasionally you will find a video or talk that connects or resonates with you in a great way. Rich Hickey’s “Hammock Driven Development”, a self-described “rant” is packed with wisdom. I keep coming back to re-watch and today, I have written down some key points from this amazing rant! Key Ideas Take more time to […]
Thanks to Pandas, I have automated some data cleaning and file reading processes at my job. Here are some terms and code that have been useful or interesting to me after 14 months of exploration. I’ve also checked out “Python for Data Analysis” from the epic Chicago Public Library system, so bits of this has … Continue reading Pandas, Python’s Excel Powerhouse
Learn how install Python libraries with the PIP installer.
The basis of many great programs revolve around a simple set of operations: Open a file. Do something with the file contents. Save the new file for the user. Python is nice and simple for this. Paste the below lines into a text editor and save as a .py file. You need to have Python 3 […]
There is no one-size-fits-all answer. Below are some thoughts that may help you decide. What are your programming goals? Get a coding job? Create an app or website? Become more productive at your current job? What is your current experience level? Are you starting fresh or do you already know a language or two? Do […]