I’m excited to hear that Python 3.5 has finally added an operator to handle
Why you ask? Because I no longer have to call
np.dot() every time I want to
multiply two matrices. I can now use the new
@ operator to multiply matrices.
A @ B looks a lot nicer than
np.dot(A, B) or
A.dot(B) and will make
it much more pleasant to write code that performs linear algebra. Python 3.5
has finally arrived in the official Arch Linux repos
and I’m excited to get started using it.