pandas-stubs — How we enhanced pandas with type annotations

We created our own pandas-stubs library, which enhances pandas with type information that’s necessary for maintaining a high level of type-safety for all pandas-dependent projects, and has already been downloaded a few hundred thousand times. In this article, we’ll describe its inception, the development process and real use cases.

#Machine Learning

Handling big, nested, and growing table schemas in data pipelines

#big data #Data

Friction-less Scala

#friction #Scala #scala3

Story of importing a large dataset to Akka Cluster

Learn more about how we imported a large dataset to Akka Cluster and the pitfalls we had.

#akka #Cluster #Data

Keep your CI/CD infrastructure alive with Jenkins Operator

#CI/CD #jenkins #JenkinsOperatorService #Kubernetes

Semantic Code Graph — the idea behind Graph Buddy

#graph #graphbuddy #semanticcodegraph

Dokka behind the scenes — documenting multi-module projects

Documenting a multi-module project was always tricky due to the size, complexity and interconnections within such codebases. This is especially true in the case of Dokka, a documentation engine for Kotlin, performing the same function as Javadoc for Java. With 1.4.30 we’ve rewritten the multi-module documentation, so let’s dig a little deeper into the design and the thought process behind it!

#Dokka #kotlin

TASTY way of (re)writing macros in Scala 3

#Scala

From simple recipe to flow graph in the factory [reference architecture]

#factory #graph #supplychain

Contributing to scalafmt

Working on open-source software can be a very rewarding experience. Whether you contribute to a particular library that you use daily or just to learn something new out of plain curiosity. The scalafmt is an example of an open-source project that is very mature and well managed.

#Scala #scalafmt
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