Issue #107

Once More With Feeling

March 21, 2014

Once More With Feeling
Django 1.7 Beta 1, Python 3.4.0 Released, and much more.

Issue #107: Once More With Feeling

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It's starting to get a little warmer! Tons of new releases this week, new version of Python and beta release of Django 1.7! Huzzah!

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Announcing PyCharm 3.1.2 Release Candidate
Release Candidate for the latest PyCharm release is available now. If you are a PyCharm user check it out and report any issues.
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Python 3.4.0 Released!
Big Python release here with Python 3.4.0. New major features include asyncio, pathlib module, enum module, statistics module and much more.
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Kivy App Contest 2014
Kivy's 2014 App Contest is coming up soon, entries from individuals and teams will start to be accepted on April 2nd so check it out.
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PyDev 3.4.1 Released
A new version of PyDev has been released with an improved interactive console, multiprocess debugging and more.
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Django 1.7 beta 1 released
The first beta for Django 1.7 is out, this is the first release that contains built in schema migrations. As with all betas, please check it out and report any bugs.
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PyConIt 5 Five Florence
The 5th year of the Italian PyCon has been announced to take place May 23-25th in Florence, Italy. Call for proposals is still open until this Sunday the 23rd of March if you are interested in speaking.
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Flask app to provide user login, Registration, email confirmation, forgotten password functionality and more.
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2048 has been all the rage on the internet these last few weeks, this is a pretty cool terminal implementation of the game.
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Nice app that instruments key events in the page load process allowing you to visualize and profile page performance in your Django application.
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Ferry lets you define, run, and deploy big data stacks on your local machine using Docker.
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redis client which takes advantage of asyncio event loop!
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Pretty legit, gauged allows you collect and store counter, timer and time varying data for systems.
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Attic is a deduplicating backup program. Excellent for daily backups since only the diffs are stored.
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Toolkit from Twilio to allow you to create and deploy Twilio apps quickly and easily.
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Hate having to import all the same imports every time you start up an new python shell? konch hopes to solve that problem! very cool.
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Eve is an out-of-the-box, highly customizable and fully featured RESTful Web API framework that you can use to effortlessly build and deploy your own APIs
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Crypto 101
Crypto 101 is an introductory course on cryptography, freely available for programmers of all ages and skill levels.
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Real-time, top-like metrics for the nginx web server
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Replacing `import` with `accio`: A Dive into Bootstrapping and Python's Grammar
This is a cool exploration of overwriting Python's builtin functions and how to modify or make additions to Python's grammar.
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Django Class-Based Generic Views: Tips for Beginners
Tips and Resources for beginners starting out with Django's Class Based Views.
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What Is A Web Server Part 2: Headers And Cookies
The second part of a series about Web Servers the author gives a nice explanation with Python examples of HTTP Headers, type of headers and how to parse them and HTTP Cookies.
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An Introduction to Python’s Debugger
Beginner introduction to the standard library debugger to get you up and ready to deal with buggy code!
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