Open heart with Guido Van Rosuum,a lost interview of python creator part2

You spent so much time trying to create (preferably) one obvious way to do things. It seems like you’re of the opinion that doing things that way, the Python way, really lets you take advantage of Python. Guido: I’m not sure that I really spend a lot of time making sure that there’s only one […]

web2py : a simple,clean but powerful webframework in python

The Python programming language is a versatile, high-level language that can be used easily for web programming, among other tasks. Building web applications can be difficult and toilsome on your own. Web frameworks preform much of the heavy lifting and can set up a template to build your web application easily. Python has many different […]

Language translation with python part 2

Stemming, lemmatization,Translation simplified Stemming words Stemming is a technique for removing affixes from a word, ending up with the stem. For example, the stem of “cooking” is “cook”, and a good stemming algorithm knows that the “ing” suffix can be removed. Stemming is most commonly used by search engines for indexing words. Instead of storing […]

Language Translation with python part 1

                                        Natural Language Toolkit intro NLTK is a leading platform for building Python programs to work with human language data. It provides easy-to-use interfaces to over 50 corpora and lexical resources such as WordNet, along with a suite of text processing libraries for classification, tokenization, stemming, tagging, parsing, and semantic reasoning. Thanks to a […]

Important Python tips those saves your time

Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the open source space. Look around and you will find it running everywhere, from various configuration tools to XML parsing. To compliment this ‘ten essential Python tips for beginners‘ and ‘ten more essential Python tips‘ features, i’ve compiled yet another collection of ten gems to […]

Emulate a Bluetooth keyboard with the Raspberry Pi

                                           Today, we’ll be learning how to use a Raspberry Pi to act as a Bluetooth keyboard, and writing our own program to relay input to the client device. This will provide a useful insight into how a protocol like Bluetooth works, how sockets work, and how data is sent across simple protocols. We’ll also […]

Amazing raspberry pi projects ,part 2

The one-button audio player   Music to a grandma’s ears…it’s the easy-to-use audio player   The difficult part came in automatic mounting of the USB flash drive and deleting the old audiobook   Michael Clemens’s idea for his Raspberry Pi project came less out of hobbyism and more out of a solution to a very […]