Issue #132

Apple (苹果)

Sept. 12, 2014

Apple (苹果)
Barcamp, Anaconda and pypy, and much more.

Issue #132: Apple (苹果)

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Barcamp Django
Barcamp Django is coming up in San Francisco on October 4th and 5th. Sound interesting? If so click through and get yourself a ticket.
Shared by @pydanny
Anaconda Launcher - 1.0 has been released
Version 1.0 of the Anaconda Launcher is out. It is a graphical interface to that allows Anaconda users to easily discover, install, update, and launch applications with conda.
Shared by @mgrouchy
PyPy 2.4-beta 1 has been released!
Just in time for the PSF matching funding, PyPy 2.4 beta 1 has been released! Comes with speed improvements, bug fixes and now updated to the 2.7.8 stdlib. Check it out!
Shared by @mgrouchy
Bokeh 0.6 Released!
Version 0.6 of the very cool visualization library Bokeh has been released!
Shared by @mgrouchy
Pyston 0.2: better than Pyston 0.1
Version 0.2 of Pyston, the Python implementation from Dropbox is out. Sound interesting? Click through for all the details.
Shared by @mgrouchy
How functional programming will make you a better Python programmer - @reuvenmlerner
A free webinar to learn about why functional programming will make you a better Python programmer coming up this Monday, September 15th.
Shared by @mgrouchy


Python and Your Phone: Let’s Talk About Kivy
Shared by @myusuf3


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Astrodynamics in Python.
Shared by @mgrouchy
A one-click, easy-to-deploy SMTP+everything else server.
Shared by @mgrouchy
This is neat. Various tools for compiling Swift and Objective C(++) for the Android platform.
Shared by @mgrouchy
Apache Mesos framework for building Docker images on a cluster of machines.
Shared by @mgrouchy
An attempt a minimalistic lifestream container. It fetches and aggregates data from many sources such as Github, reddit, Twitter, etc.
Shared by @mgrouchy
Hosted IJulia sandboxed by individual docker containers.
Shared by @mgrouchy
A high-performance interactive 2D/3D data visualization library.
Shared by @mgrouchy
Useful tool that allows you to run some command when a file has been changed. Check out the README for more information and examples.
Shared by @mgrouchy
A big list of awesome pyramid resources, tools, etc.
Shared by @myusuf3
HTTP Log Monitoring Console.
Shared by @myusuf3


How to Use Python Regular Expressions to Parse a Text File (Practical Use Case Scenario with Python Reg-Ex Re Split Sub)
Great tutorial. Guides you step by step to parsing and cleaning up the resulting text from text files with Python regular expressions.
Shared by @mgrouchy
How to Supercharge Your Python Shell with a .pythonrc
Awesome small little way to make your python shell so much more convenient.
Shared by @myusuf3
Bypassing Python Sandbox
Pretty neat article where the author talks about things that can be done to break out of sandboxed python instances.
Shared by @myusuf3
Pyweek 19 / Animations
Shared by @mgrouchy
Teaching an old dog new tricks - or, how I learned to love Python's str.format, and gave up on %
Very nice guide about changing your ways from using '%' to format Strings in Python and use string.format instead.
Shared by @mgrouchy
Python and Your Phone: Let’s Talk About Kivy
Interested in writing applications for your Phone in Python? This article gives you some information about Kivy and shows you a basic example application.
Shared by @mgrouchy
Higher Order Functions and List Comprehensions in Python
Shared by @myusuf3
Customizing Django's Default User Model - Build This
Tutorial for using your own User model rather than Django's default.
Shared by @mgrouchy
A temperature management framework written in Python originally used to monitor and control the fermentation temperature of beer.
Shared by @amorphic
Building a text editor with PyQt: Part 2
This is part two of building a text editor with PyQT. Let's be honest we have all thought about this!
Shared by @alexissantos
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