November 23, 2008 § Leave a comment
Oregon’s governor, Ted Kulongski, proposed more than 1 billion in transportation investment. From the article, that plan would create 2,100 jobs a year in the first five years. On top of that, the plan will also provides $5000 tax credit on electric car purchase.
The proposal itself is not quite tech-news worthy, but when Nissan is mentioned as Oregon’s partner in electric cars, it stresses Oregon’s serious commitment even more.
November 16, 2008 § 2 Comments
This is 1 old list, can’t believe I found it again. This time I’ll share it to everybody.
November 4, 2008 § Leave a comment
The drama has ended.
America has truly wrote a very good history today.
Now we can all focus on getting the country back in shape.
November 2, 2008 § 1 Comment
In short, Cython generates C code by reading your Python code.
Cython is yet another solution to the question: “Dynamic languages (which include Python) are slow”. Previously there are already multiple solutions:
Basic tutorials on Cython out there:
- Using Python to calculate great_circle circumference, then optimize the same function with Cython
- How to install Cython, then use it to optimize Python function that calculates Primes
I haven’t use Cython or any other optimizer yet since it’s too premature to do so. This post is a reminder for myself, when the time is right, I will have to choose one of them.
When it comes to Python profiler, I am looking at hotshot.