17th April 2003
No blogging for a while; I’m getting stuck in to a whole load of University coursework. In the meantime though here are some Python links I’ve been hoarding for a few days on my private wiki:
- Gems from the archives—a couple of useful Python snippets from the archives of the Python XML SIG mailing list.
- What’s New in Python 2.3?—extensive article with coverage of list strides (an extension of the list slicing operator), the new logging and date modules and other improvements to the language.
- On the Relationship Between Python and Lisp discusses similarities between the two languages and points out that many of Python’s lisp-like features (lambdas, filter and map) are being considered for deprecation.
- Python in relationships: Husband and Wife.
More recent articles
- Weeknotes: Embeddings, more embeddings and Datasette Cloud - 17th September 2023
- Build an image search engine with llm-clip, chat with models with llm chat - 12th September 2023
- LLM now provides tools for working with embeddings - 4th September 2023
- Datasette 1.0a4 and 1.0a5, plus weeknotes - 30th August 2023
- Making Large Language Models work for you - 27th August 2023
- Datasette Cloud, Datasette 1.0a3, llm-mlc and more - 16th August 2023
- How I make annotated presentations - 6th August 2023
- Weeknotes: Plugins for LLM, sqlite-utils and Datasette - 5th August 2023
- Catching up on the weird world of LLMs - 3rd August 2023
- Run Llama 2 on your own Mac using LLM and Homebrew - 1st August 2023