Map, filter and reduce functions are the pillars of functional programming. While Python isn’t a purely functional programming language, it boasts many features that allow it to be used as such. This article covers the usage of Python’s map, filter and reduce functions and how they conform to the ideas of functional programming.
With consumers spending more than 180 billion hours inside smartphone apps every month, the attractiveness of mobile app development continues to rise, and many developers are learning how to code mobile apps from scratch.
In this article, we’ll first go through the different types of apps, before taking a closer look at mobile app coding in practice.
The continuous and rapid growth in technology has placed cybersecurity as a critical skill for jobs in 2021.
In fact, it’s been reported by cybersecurity company PurpleSec that cybercrime is up by 600% since the beginning of the pandemic.
Never before has it been more important to introduce cybersecurity skills to the workforce.
In this post, we talked to Information Security Analyst and Udacity Instructor Richard Phung about the future of digital security, using education to drive talent into cybersecurity, and his advice to students who want to break into the field.
Assigning a variable in Python is as easy as typing x = 5 into the console. There you go! Now you’ve got a variable named x that holds the value 5. But there’s quite a bit more to know about variables in Python.
Learn what a Python variable is, what data types there are in Python, how variable scope works in Python, and how to choose a variable name in Python.
Functions are the building blocks of computer programs. When used correctly, functions allow you to reuse a lot of the code you write making your programs shorter and more readable.
Python, like all programming languages, has a specific set of rules that define how functions should be used. This article will explain the specifics of using Python functions, from definition to invocation.