Pandas, the popular Python library for data manipulation and analysis, has recently released version 2.1.0 in August 2023. This release brings several exciting changes and enhancements that will surely pique the interest of data enthusiasts and analysts. In this blog […]
The Python ecosystem is continuously changing. Many people who use Pandas could also benefit from using Polars as a viable alternative which generally speaking is faster. This article will help motivate the transition from Pandas to Polars based on performance. […]
On the 16th of November 2022, Python 3.11 was released. One of the key highlights is that it is much faster. This article will put that into perspective by analysing Fibonacci algorithm across multiple releases. For this particular case Python […]
Testing is a fundamental skill that a developer should have when it comes to programming. There are many blog articles on how to best test your code, however, what makes this article special is that it shows the lessons learned by Yogesh Chaudhary, a Python Developer Intern at VersionBay. Yogesh is a […]
This article will go over VersionBay’s favorite features in matplotlib 3.4 which was released on the 26th March 2021.
A new version of Python was released on October 5, 2020. This technical article will go over some of the highlights of what is new in Python 3.9 that are interesting if you are an Engineer, Scientist or Quant using […]
This article will go over a few highlights of Pandas 1.1.0.
A simple pivot table can be done with 1 lines of code with Python and Pandas.
A new version of Python was released on October 14, 2019, and it is exactly 17112 days or nearly 47 years after episode 3.8 (Season 3, Episode 8) of Monty Python's Flying Circus.