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NumPy 2.0

Throughout my career as a Software and Telecommunication Engineer, Game Developer, and Game Designer, I’ve worked with numerous programming languages. However, my favorite is Python. I know it’s not perfect and has its downsides, but let’s call it a “mindless love.” In my current workflow as a game developer, I use Python extensively for game analytics and building simulations to fine-tune game balance.

This is why the release of NumPy 2.0 caught my attention. NumPy is a beloved library in my toolbox that makes Python “fast enough” and ideal for analytics and simulations. While this release might not appear revolutionary at first glance, it represents a significant evolution and a step towards cleaning up old code. I’m unsure if I’ll rush to migrate to 2.0 just yet, but it’s something to keep an eye on.

NumPy 2.0.0 Release Notes

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