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For myriad reasons, Python is becoming one of the most popular programming languages — and not just within development circles. This week on the blog, we took a look at why Python is such a dynamic programming language.
In recent years, Python’s popularity has exploded — and not only among programmers. You might be surprised to know that Python is a data scientist’s dream. We took a look at why the data science industry has embraced Python.
To code or leave it to a framework? That’s a question debated by programmers. To be fair, it’s not an easy one to answer. Some key considerations can guide you in making the right choice for you and your organization.
Considering learning a programming language? If you’ve started researching, we don’t blame you if your head is spinning; there are so many choices. Let’s make it easier for you. Here’s why Python is the first programming language you should learn.
Take your Python programming language skills to the next level with tools like NumPy and Pandas.
Data centers are either dying or thriving depending on whom you ask. As data centers consolidate, IT pros still in the field increasingly need to learn software rather than hardware.
Data center technicians, on average, make $48,000 to $50,000 per year. It’s easier to report a national average without context, but it’s better to look at regions than national averages. Here are 13 (honest) salaries for data center technicians in the United States.
On-premises data centers are either dying or scaling back. With the uncertainty swirling, it’s better to spread your skills out. As software takes over hardware in the data center, it’s a good idea to pair your data center skills with these certifications.
In 2017, Cisco introduced the DNA product line, touting it as an IBNS (Identity Based Networking Services) product. We’re taking a look at whether Cisco realized its vision — and whether it’s worth an upgrade.
Big names like Google and Microsoft are shaking up the open source industry with their embrace. This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we took some deeper looks into some of the latest happenings in the open source community.