Issue #106

Pi Day

March 14, 2014

Pi Day
PyCon Singapore, Python 3.3.5 Released, and much more.

Issue #106: Pi Day

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PyCon Singapore
PyCon Singapore 2014 is happening June 18-20, 2014. Announced Keynote Speakers are available after the jump! Check out site to buy tickets or submit your talk proposal.
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Python On Rails
Looking to ride to PyCon in style? Python on Rails is still looking to fill its train car from Toronto to Montreal for PyCon. Sound interesting? Check out the site for all the details and info about purchasing tickets.
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Python 3.3.5 Released!
No changes between 3.3.5 and 3.3.5 RC2, but if this is on your upgrade path, you should go for it!
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EuroPython keynote speakers announced!
Keynote speakers for EuroPython have been announced check out the speaker page for all the details!
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30 Python Language Features You May Not Know About
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A collection of Data Structures and Algorithms in Python.
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State machines for humans?
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Allows you to easily execute SQL against structured text like CSV or TSV.
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A library that you can use in your tests to create database fixtures. Its provides a pragmatic interface that focuses on making it easy to install fixtures in your tests.
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A pure Python SVG library
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A Flexible RPC implementation based on zeromq and messagepack.
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Python Tutor
Visualize the execution of your python code. So cool!
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A Quick Cython Introduction
Exactly as the title says super quick and simple introduction to C extensions
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Python logging filters do not propagate like handlers and levels do
Nice concise lesson about loggers and child loggers and their parents.
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30 Python Language Features You May Not Know About
Great collection of tips and tricks here. Chances are you will find something you didn't know in this article.
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Using the Anaconda Python Distribution
Anaconda is a distribution of Python focused on providing a collection of packages that are useful for scientific computing and data analysis. This is a nice tutorial to help you get up and running with Anaconda so you can use it in your work.
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Waiting For Multiple Events With Tornado
How would you accomplish waiting for multiple events with a Tornado coroutine, until one of the events completes?
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