Simulating a 3D Solar System In Python Using Matplotlib
Simulating a 3D Solar System in Python using Matplotlib. Explore how to represent a 3D real-world system in Python
Python in Visual Studio Code – December 2021 Release
This release includes:
Seamless FastAPI Configuration with ConfZ
A ready-to-use template for FastAPI, SQLModel, and ConfZ to quickly build highly configurable and powerful APIs.
While Jupyter is widely used as a scientific and educational tool, Jupyter is seldom used as a platform for game development. In this post, we show how Jupyter can be used to develop tiny games based on Box2D.
Some Language Features in Python
In this tutorial, we will cover several common language features in Python that distinct itself from other programming languages.
PyTorch vs TensorFlow in 2022
Should you use PyTorch vs TensorFlow in 2022? This guide walks through the major pros and cons of PyTorch vs TensorFlow, and how you can pick the right framework.
Scripting Minecraft server with Python
Minecraft has an API. If you run your server, you can program it from Python. Here are notes from how I set it up. It’s a lot of fun to make things happen in Minecraft with Python.
Let’s Write a Game Boy Emulator in Python
Remember the Game Boy? Have you ever wondered what it would take to build an emulator capable of running Game Boy cartridges? Let’s write one and find out!
mpcabete / bombcrypto-bot
This is a python bot that automatically logs in, clicks the new button, and sends heroes to work in the bombcrypto game. It is fully open source and free.
deepset-ai / haystack
🔍 Haystack is an open source NLP framework that leverages Transformer models. It enables developers to implement production-ready neural search, question answering, semantic document search and summarization for a wide range of applications.
A Lightweight Experiment & Resource Monitoring Tool.
Predict your time series the easiest way.
Pixray is an image generation system.
Implementation of the Folders esoteric programming language, a language with no code and just folders.
This is an official implementation for "SimMIM: A Simple Framework for Masked Image Modeling".
Introducing stack graphs
GitHub has announced the general availability of precise code navigation for all public and private Python repositories on GitHub.com. Precise code navigation is powered by stack graphs, a new open-source framework that lets you define the name binding rules for a programming language. This post shows how stack graphs work, and how they achieve these results.
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