Serdar Yegulalp

Senior Writer

Serdar Yegulalp is a senior writer at InfoWorld, covering software development and operations tools, machine learning, containerization, and reviews of products in those categories. Before joining InfoWorld, Serdar wrote for the original Windows Magazine, InformationWeek, the briefly resurrected Byte, and a slew of other publications. When he's not covering IT, he's writing SF and fantasy published under his own personal imprint, Genji Press.

How to package Python apps with BeeWare Briefcase

7 superb Python books for every skill level

7 superb Python books for every skill level

Whether you’re a beginner, a moderately skilled dev, or an expert, there’s a book in this lineup to expand your Python programming powers

4 powerful features Python is still missing

4 powerful features Python is still missing

What new programming language features would you like to see added to Python? Here are four possibilities — some likely, some not

What’s new in Rust 1.45

What’s new in Rust 1.45

Rust was designed to make it easy to develop fast and safe system-level software; here’s what’s new

How to run Anaconda side by side with other Pythons

How to run Anaconda side by side with other Pythons

Want to use Anaconda alongside other Python distributions? Here’s how to keep those Python installs from stepping on each other’s toes

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.47

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.47

Microsoft updates Visual Studio Code monthly. Keep track of the latest new features and improvements in this changelog

Microsoft unveils Pylance, its new Python extension for Visual Studio Code

Microsoft unveils Pylance, its new Python extension for Visual Studio Code

Pylance works with the existing Microsoft Python extension to bring faster type checking and program analysis to Python devs

How to use Python dataclasses

How to use Python dataclasses

Take advantage of Python dataclasses to make your Python classes less verbose and more powerful at the same time

For data scientists, drudgery is still job #1

For data scientists, drudgery is still job #1

Data cleaning and preparation still eats up nearly half the workload of data scientists, according to Anaconda’s new survey

MLflow is now a Linux Foundation project

MLflow is now a Linux Foundation project

Databricks framework for managing machine learning projects will go to an open governance model

Python may get pattern matching syntax

Python may get pattern matching syntax

A proposal under consideration by Python’s development team would finally bring pattern matching statements to the language

3 steps to a Python async overhaul

3 steps to a Python async overhaul

How to speed up an existing Python program by reworking it to run concurrently using async

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