Please avoid shifting, Stick to one.....trust me it pays well.
I lost nearly 8 months of my wonderful time with python and done many things which gave me nothing........
"8 Months - It's not a little to lose"
Made many mistakes in the past 8 months of changing my coding paths. A bit overwhelmed with my requirements rather than my #passion and my #goals .
Software Development is my passion and establishing my own company is my goal.
But, I moved away from my goals unknowingly by mending my head to my requirements.
No more changing paths, no more confusions.....
It's #python for me ...... Happy yo be back, in fact, feeling wonderful to write #python code again........... #machinelearning#pythondev
E aí, pessoal? Tudo bem? ✨ Quero saber quem está em dia com os vídeos do canal? 🥰 Ainda não está? Não tem problema... corre lá (o link está na bio do meu perfil aqui no Instagram). 😘 Dei uma parada essa semana para relaxar um pouco. Quem acompanhou meus stories viu que foi frenético o fim de ano e fazer uma lista de Análise no Rn bem no início do ano. Mas já acabou! 🙏🏼 Podem ficar tranquilos que já estou planejando várias novidades para este ano. Se tiverem sugestões de vídeos e conteúdo, deixem aqui nos comentários, vou amar ler. ❤️ Pode ser de literatura, computação, matemática, organização, estudo, perguntas... usem a criatividade. 😉
I might be recycling a an old photo here but it only because it has new relevance as of today !
This morning I spent my time getting Kali Linux installed onto my Raspberry Pi. It didn’t really make too much sense to be using Virtual Box on my MacBook when I has a perfectly good computer still sat in its box which was up to the task !
I just now need to get my desk space set up so its easy to switch between the two operating systems on the one display but I am sure I will find a way !
Ps: I'm running it on emulator that's why it's not working fine (fucking ram 😂).
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Where func is the function on which each element in iterables (as many as they are) would be applied on. Notice the asterisk(*) on iterables? It means there can be as many iterables as possible, in so far func has that exact number as required input arguments.
While map() passes each element in the iterable through a function and returns the result of all elements having passed through the function, filter(), first of all, requires the function to return boolean values (true or false) and then passes each element in the iterable through the function, "filtering" away those that are false. It has the following syntax:
f = [6, -7, 1, -9, 0, 2, -5]
result = list(filter(lambda x: x < 0, f))
# [-7, -9, -5]
reduce applies a function of two arguments cumulatively to the elements of an iterable, optionally starting with an initial argument. It has the following syntax:
Do any of you try to study while working at your full time job? 😄⠀
Back to the 9-5 Grind! 😅 Got a couple of tasks I have to take care of before I leave today so I’ll be pretty occupied.⠀
Gonna try to squeeze in some time for studying as well in React Native! I want to make better use of my down time at work if I can for more productive things other than watching YouTube 😂⠀
Do any of you try to study while working at your full time job? Lemme know! 👍🏽