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  1. A persistent key-value store for fast storage environments

    RocksDB is an embeddable persistent key-value store for fast storage.
    http://rocksdb.org
    Schlagwörter: , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2018-01-26)
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  2. PyPy.js is an experiment in building a fast and compliant python environment for the web.

    It uses the PyPy python interpreter, compiled for the web via emscripten, with a custom JIT backend that emits asm.js code at runtime.

    Try it out below, or see the links above for benchmarks and download information.
    http://pypyjs.org
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  3. About this tutorial

    This is the beginning of Learn You Some Erlang for Great Good! Reading this tutorial should be one of your first steps in learning Erlang, so let's talk about it a bit.
    Erlang logo

    First of all, I began growing the idea of writing this after reading Miran Lipovača's Learn You a Haskell for great Good! (LYAH) tutorial; I thought he did a great job making the language attractive and the learning experience friendly. As I already knew him, I asked him how he felt about me writing an Erlang version of his book. He liked the idea, being somewhat interested in Erlang.

    So here I am typing this. Of course there were other sources to my motivation: I mainly find the entry to the language to be hard (the web has sparse documentation and otherwise you need to buy books), and I thought the community would benefit from a LYAH-like guide. Less importantly, I've seen people attributing Erlang too much or not enough merit sometimes based on sweeping generalizations. Then there are people who sure as hell believe Erlang is nothing but hype. If I'd like to convince them otherwise, I know they're not likely to read this in the first place.

    This book thus wants itself to be a way to learn Erlang for people who have basic knowledge of programming in imperative languages (such as C/C++, Java, Python, Ruby, etc) and may or may not know functional programming (Haskell, Scala, Erlang, Clojure, OCaml...). I also want to write this book in a honest manner, selling Erlang for what it is, acknowledging its weaknesses and strengths.
    http://learnyousomeerlang.com/introduction#kool-aid
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    https://interactivepython.org/runesto...tatic/everyday/2013/01/1_welcome.html
    Schlagwörter: , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2017-12-24)
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  5. Harness the Power of Language Rubinius is a platform for building programming languages.
    https://rubinius.com
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  6. How I learned Python During those last years, I've been able to contribute to the biggest open source project written in Python – namely OpenStack. During that time, I had the opportunity to learn a lot of things, by reaching the boundaries of Python and its ecosystem and by rubbing shoulders with some of the greatest Python developers – some of them being developer of the Python language itself. After doing tons of code reviews and mentoring with my fellow engineers, I decided it was time to teach everyone what should be known about Python beyond the basics. Sure, you can code in Python. But is it good Python? Is it the state of the art? Are you sure you picked the right library? Supporting the right Python version? Distributing it correctly? Testing it perfectly? How would you know. That's why I wrote The Hacker's Guide to Python. It's the book I always wanted to read after on Python, but never found. And that's also why people love it!
    https://thehackerguidetopython.com
    Schlagwörter: , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2017-07-26)
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    https://anahkiasen.github.io/underscore-php
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  8. Python Programming Guides and Tutorials
    http://pythoncentral.io
    Schlagwörter: , , , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2017-02-01)
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  9. This is a collection of best practices and anti-patterns for Python and popular Python frameworks, such as Django, Flask or Odoo. Explore the different sections of this knowledge base, to increase the correctness, security, performance, maintainability, and readability of your Python code. Sign up for free to automatically monitor whether your own projects comply with all these best practices.
    https://www.quantifiedcode.com/knowledge-base
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    https://cleancoders.com
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