Issue #100


Jan. 31, 2014

New Design, CFP EuroPython, and much more!

Issue #100: Hundy

Weekly dose of all things Python.
One Hundred (One) Issues!

I am sure as most of you could tell from last week's weird issue numbering something was up! We were working hard to get this revamp out! We have also updated the site and submission process. 

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News and Developments

Work on Call for Participation for EuroPython
If you are interested in getting involved with EuroPython 2015 as a local team or participating in the work groups check this out.
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PyDev 3.3.3 Released
For you few eclipse lovers out there the latest version of PyDev has been released. Includes improved completion index, Kivy support and more.
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Web Framework For A Novice
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Looking for Sphinx like documentation but don’t like RestructuredText? This project hopes to be your solution, still in the early days but looks promising.
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Imhotep is a tool which will comment on commits coming into your repository and check for syntactic errors and general lint warnings. Pretty cool bot for any company!
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This is a library for creating and manipulating HTML documents using an elegant DOM API.
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Wreak havoc on your unsuspecting friends continuously jam all wifi clients and access points within range. The effectiveness of this script is constrained by your wireless card.
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Simple, Pythonic interface for Amazon’s DynamoDB. Awesome name too if you ask me.
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Support for Django's request/response lifecycle to automatically handle WebSocket messages. Great project if you are looking to experiment with websockets in your Django Application.
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A language agnostic A/B Testing framework from the crowd at seatgeek. Comes with server and dashboard for serving and tracking your A/B tests.
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Reasons for Using IPython Interactively
You might have heard all the talk about the wonderful IPython notebooks, here are some reasons why you should check out the IPython interactive shell.
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Easiest Way to Add WebSockets To Django
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Building Your First Image Search Engine
So awesome this articles describes how to build your first image search engine classify various lands of Middle Earth.
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Python 201: Properties
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Interesting project from Twitter with their take on Python packaging.
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How to Time Small Pieces of Python Code
Quick introduction on how to use the timeit module to measure pieces of Python code.
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Python on Wheels
Great background on Python’s new Wheel packaging format including history and getting set up building and installing Wheel packages by Armin.
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GreenletProfiler, A Fast Python Profiler For Gevent
Awesome development! Anyone who uses gevent and is serious about measuring performance should give this a look.
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