I played with JavaScript before the web 2.0, so there are many things I didn’t know about JavaScript. We see lots of performance tests in browser tests, server-side JS, but if you don’t know the language, you are limited in your understanding. But if you just know the language, and nothing about client- or server-side applications?

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On my quest for a good Flask book, I saw this book from Tarek Ziade. We are more or less of the same generation, both from France and he wrote a far better introductory book to Python in French than mine. He also founded the French Python community (AFPY), so I always had a huge respect for the guy. And the book was appetizing.

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I’m thinking of writing a Web service for a project of mine. For this purpose, I wanted to learn Flask (and a bunch of other technologies), as Flask seems well established and well documented. This is a book from Packt that agglomerates 3 previously released books. One of the main questions is the relevance of them as the Flask API evolves.

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Thanks to the Numpy mailing list (more specially Stéfan van der Waltz and David Cournapeau), I’ve found a new Project Management Software, Redmine. Now, I needed to set it up without an access to the Internet, and as I didn’t have ana ccess to a MySQL server, I used SQLite as a DB backend.

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I’m a very curious guy, and I wanted to know who is looking at my blog, and for my wife, who is interested by what is viewed on her decoration site (in construction as she wants to make a living of decoration advice). With my hosting service, I have access to Awstats, but Google Analytics seems better suited for data analysis. And this is what this book explains.

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The book description was really appetizing: Machine Learning applied to the Internet, so it should be easy to understand, and Python as the mean to compute. Unfortunately, contrary to what I saw in different reviews, I was not pleased with the book, and here is why.

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