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Problems and Solutions of The Social Dilemma

I’m quitting all my social media.

That is what the vast majority of people concluded after watching this shocking documentary about the tech industry and its effects on people and their lives.

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The movie

This documentary-drama hybrid explores the dangerous human impact…


Open Source Projects You Have To Take A Look At

There are many tools right now that we could be using for our Data Science projects, but how many do you know actually inside and out?

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Problems and Solutions of The Social Dilemma

I’m quitting all my social media.

That is what the vast majority of people concluded after watching this shocking documentary about the tech industry and its effects on people and their lives.

The movie

This documentary-drama hybrid explores the dangerous human impact of…


Closer look of Tkinter library

One of the most important parts of today's applications is GUI (Graphical User Interface) itself.

The environment

For the development of this…


We take a look at the library called OpenCV, which is used for both Computer Graphics and Vision.

Computer Vision and Computer Graphics are really popular right now since they are vastly connected to Artificial Intelligence and the main thing they have in common is that they use the same library OpenCV in order to perform high-level understanding from digital images or videos (CV) or generating images (CG).

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Before we go into the powerful functions of OpenCV, let’s take a look at the…


There are so many websites out there offering job listings for different fields of jobs. Even though you might be at a certain position you should always look for a job and that can get boring. But here comes a simple solution in order to get through so many of those job offers with ease!


Once you get into Web Scraping and data processing, you will find so many tools that can do that job for you. One of them is Beautiful Soup, which is a python library for pulling data out of HTML and XML files. It creates data parse trees in order to get data easily.

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The basic process goes something like this:

Get the data and then process it any way you want.

That is why today I want to show you some of the top functions that Beautiful Soup has to offer.


Python is such a powerful language today and using its tools only benefits you. Before going immediately to the advanced tools of Python. Let’s take a look at the loops in Python that can be sorted as basic knowledge.

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Before we jump into the different loops, here is a bit general on the loops themselves.

Loops in general

Loops are used for iterating over a block of code a defined number of times. You can have different approaches to looping and we are going to take a look right now.


Today we need everything quick and fast, so that is precisely why there are so many tools out there that will help you achieve your goals faster.

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I curated a list of top 10 automation tools, that will help you finish your job faster. The list consists of different testing tools that are used in fields like automation/manual testing, unit testing, performance, web, mobile, etc.

Selenium

Selenium uses Web Driver for Chrome in order…

Lazar Gugleta

Data Scientist and Entrepreneur. Contact me: lazargugleta.github.io

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