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Pythonistas will be happy to hear that new versions of PyPy, the runtime for the Python language that provides just-in-time compilation and a major speed boost, will now support versions 2.7 and 3.5 of Python, including the new language syntax features found in version 3.5. Even more valuable to many developers: New versions of PyPy will have better support for popular packages that use C extensions, such as Numpy, in the Python 2.7-compatible version of the runtime.
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Scavenger hunts just got significantly more tactical with Descartes Labs new GeoVisual Search. Finding shipping containers, runways and even parking lots on a global scale is no problem with thefree tool made available today.Descartes Labs is a geospatial analytics startup based inLos Alamos, New Mexico.
There is an inherent problem that plagues all dating apps. The world is getting smaller instead of choosing a mate from the pool of our college classmates or neighborhood friends, were now connected to everyone on the planet with a few taps of the thumb.
You may have seen the startupBrightwheel scoring an investment from Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca on Sharktank last year. Or you may know Brightwheel if you have kids in preschool, daycare, or other early education programs these days.
Subscription-based toy company Pley.com entered the Disney accelerator last year with atoy rental business that would ship out toys like Lego, American Girl or Hot Wheels, whichcouldbe played with, then kept or returned, starting at $12 per month. Now that thecompany has exited the program, its debuting a twist on its earlier model.
French startup Keymetrics just raised $2 million from Alven Capital and Runa Capital to build the best monitoring tool for your Node.js infrastructure. The startups founder and CEO Alexandre Strzelewicz also created the popular open source Node.js process manager PM2.
Pyston, Dropbox’s project to create a faster Python runtime similar to just-in-time compiling systems like PyPy, will no longer be sponsored by Dropbox after its latest release. Version 0.6.1 brings Pyston’s performance up to almost twice that of CPython, the standard-issue Python interpreter.
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