Last week we look at the Python developer side of the Embarcadero Python Ecosystem with DelphiFMX. This week are are looking at the Delphi (and potentially C++Builder) side of the ecosystem.
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Embarcadero Open Source Live Stream
The next installment takes a look at the new Python Data Sciences Libraries and related projects that make it super easy write Delphi code against Python libraries and easily deploy on Windows, Linux, MacOS, and Android. Specific examples with the Python Natural Language Toolkit and PyTorch, the library that powers projects like Tesla Autopilot, Uber’s Pyro, Hugging Face’s Transformers.
This is part of a series of regular live streams discussing the latest in Embarcadero open source projects. Jim McKeeth will be the host, and be joined by members of the community and developers involved in these open source projects, as well as members of Embarcadero and Idera’s Product Management. A great opportunity to see behind the scenes and help shape the future of Embarcadero’s Open Source projects.
If you are interested in machine learning, artificial intelligence, or data sciences then you want to join this webinar!
Come back to this blog post after the webinar for replay, slides, links and more.
New Libraries for Delphi
This is an early access sneak peak at these libraries we are still working on. Right now we are working on getting everything working with Delphi, but we plan and expect it to work with C++Builder eventually too. The new libraries we will look at include:
- Lightweight Python Wrappers – A library making it easy to quickly and easily wrap most any Python library for use in Delphi
- Python Environments – One of the areas of complication with Python is deploying and setting up Python and all the required libraries. These are components that allow you to quickly and easily setup everything you need for Python.
- Python Data Sciences Libraries – These make use of the above two libraries to give Delphi developers quick and easy access to some of the more popular Python data sciences libraries like PyTorch, NLTK, TensorFlow, NumPy, etc. All with pure Object Pascal.
I really believe these libraries have the potentially to fundamentally change what it means to be a Delphi developer. You will definitely want to be here.