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Python Tools for Visual Studio 2.0 Adds IntelliSense, Virtualenv and Windows Azure Support

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Apr 01, 2013

Python Tools for Visual Studio 2.0 alpha release includes support for Intellisense, Virtualenv, Windows Azure, Cloud Service, Web Sites and Client Libraries.

Community-Driven Research: What's Your Next JVM Language?

by Dio Synodinos on  Nov 27, 2012

InfoQ's research initiative continues with an 12th question: "What's Your Next JVM Language?". This is a new service we hope will provide you with up-to-date & bias-free community-based insight into trends & behaviors that affect enterprise software development. Unlike traditional vendor/analyst-based research, our research is based on answers provided by YOU.

Customize AWS Elastic Beanstalk with Configuration Files

by Bienvenido David on  Nov 05, 2012 1

AWS Elastic Beanstalk can now be customized and configured via YAML configuration files. You can use configuration files to download and install packages, download and extract archives, create files, create users/groups, run commands, start and stop services, and define container settings.

Phusion Passenger 3.2 Preview Released: Evented I/O, Python Support

by Mirko Stocker on  Apr 23, 2012

Phusion has released a preview release of their upcoming 3.2 version of Phusion Passenger. Version 3.2 comes with a re-written ApplicationPool, I/O handling is now event-driven and the Python support became a first-class citizen.

HeadwaySoftware has added support for Doxygen and Understand in structure101 and restructure101

by Michael Stal on  Mar 08, 2012 9

HeadwaySoftware has recently added support for Doxygen and Understand for C and C++, Delphi and Python programmers in its tools structure101 and restructure101.

Travis CI Announces Support for Java and Plans for Travis Pro

by Manuel Pais on  Feb 23, 2012 2

Travis CI, a cloud-based continuous integration (CI) offering for open source projects on Github, has announced support for Java builds, as well as Scala and Groovy additions. After gaining traction among the Ruby open source community the project is now looking into the possibility of expansion to a hosted CI service (nicknamed Travis Pro).

Blog Sentiment Analysis Using NoSQL Techniques

by Srini Penchikala on  Dec 28, 2011 7

Corporations are increasingly using social media to learn more about what their customers are saying about their products. This presents unique challenges as unstructured content needs analytic techniques to interpret the sentiment embodied in the blog posts. InfoQ caught up with Subramanian Kartik to learn more about the blog sentiment analysis project his team worked on.

New in Google Cloud: SDK 1.5.5, Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage, Prediction API and Premier Accounts

by Abel Avram on  Oct 13, 2011 2

Google Cloud Services has announced a new version of the App Engine SDK (1.5.5) -the frontend request deadline has been raised from 30 sec. to 60 sec., Python 2.7-, Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage and Prediction API are out of Code Labs, and Premier Accounts.

Python and Django on Heroku

by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Sep 29, 2011

Python has joined the growing ranks of officially-supported languages on Heroku's polyglot platform, going into public beta this week. Python was the most-requested language for Heroku, and it brings with the Django web framework.

Google Adjusts GAE Pricing Terms Based on User Reaction

by Abel Avram on  Sep 13, 2011

Google has reacted to recent developments regarding the increase in GAE prices which took developers by surprise, making a number of adjustments to the pricing plan, the most important being: the new billing is delayed until November 1st and the number of free Instance-Hours is raised from 24/day to 28/day.

Google App Engine Price Rises Shock Developers

by Charles Humble on  Sep 05, 2011 7

Google has announced that its cloud computing service, App Engine, will officially lose its "preview" tag in the second half of September. At the same the company is raising prices, presumably in an effort to turn the product into another profit centre for the company.

Official Support for Jython in Visual Studio

by Jonathan Allen on  Aug 29, 2011 1

Python Tools for Visual Studio, which has its first production release today, now supports all four major Python interpreters, CPython, IronPython, Jython, and PyPy. It is available with the free Visual Studio Integrated Shell or as a plugin for Visual Studio Professional.

Reports from the Field: Python 3 with Hardcoded Software

by Jonathan Allen on  Aug 09, 2011 1

The production version of Python 3 has been available for about two and a half years. Since it breaks backwards compatibility with the Python 2.x series there has been a lot of mixed reactions to it. To get a developer’s perspective on Python 3 we decided to interview Virgil Dupras.

Refactoring and Profiling Python with Visual Studio

by Jonathan Allen on  Jul 27, 2011

Microsoft’s Developer Division has released a release candidate of Python Tools for Visual Studio. In addition to supporting refactoring in CPython and IronPython, this release offers support for MPI (Message Passing Interface) and Microsoft HPC (High Performance Computing). Visual Studio Ultimate owners also get a profiler for CPython.

NumPy and SciPy for .NET

by Jonathan Allen on  Jul 25, 2011

As part of the Python Tools for Visual Studio project the well-known NumPy and SciPy libraries were ported to .NET. The port, which combines C# and C interfaces over a native C core, was done in such a way that all .NET languages can take advantage of it.

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