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May 23, 2014

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Issue #116: Future Past

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click 1.0 Released
We have finally got a 1.0 release of Click. Check it out!
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PyGotham 2014 Call for Proposals now open
Interested in speaking at PyGotham 2014 in New York? Time to submit your talk proposal, deadline for submissions is June 20th, 2014.
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Flask vs. Pyramid
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A lightweight REST miniframework for Python. Works with Django, Flask, Pyramid and Itty.
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A python library to simplify building complex Elasticsearch JSON queries. Based on the Django QuerySet API.
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very cool little art project based on quadtrees, the program uses quadrants to progressively recreate a picture some of the images after the jump are fairly cool when see in succession.
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Python Practice Projects
A series of Python practice projects to help your hone your craft with deliberate practice.
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Draw in your terminal with unicode braille characters.
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High Performance Text Processing in Machine Learning (Video)
This covers rapid development of high performance scalable text processing solutions for tasks such as classification, semantic analysis, and topic modelling.
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How to Organize Your Python Application Code
Nice article with some good tips of how to organize your Python code next time you are writing a Python application.
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A Different View
A series of articles with some alternate ways to avoid some common ORM problems by using things like raw queries and views in your SQL. Check out part 2 as well.
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Up and Down the Python Data and Web Visualization Stack
A nice exploration of Python Data and Web Visualization stacks using United States wind turbine data. Lots of tools used here like Pandas, numpy, ggplot, bokeh, matplotlib and vincent.
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HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2: A Performance Comparison for Python
A deep dive into performance comparisons between HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2. HTTP/1.1 using pythons built in http support and HTTP/2 with the hyper library.
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Mocking Python Requests with Responses
Introduction to the Responses Python library and how to use it to mock HTTP requests made with the Requests library for testing purposes.
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Ansible Text Message Notifications Via Twilio SMS
Cool tutorial to send Ansible deployment updates via text message with Twilio.
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A Bot to let you interact with your Trello boards via IRC.
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Chin Up is a personal motivation tracker, very cool for the quantified selfers out there.
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