Issue #137


Oct. 17, 2014

Django Fellows, pyleus, logbook and much more.

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Posters due November 1, Early Bird tickets 50% sold
Want to submit poster proposals for PyCon 2014? Time to start getting your submissions in, submissions are due November 1st. Also if you are looking to grab the discounted early bird tickets for PyCon in Montreal they are just over 50% sold out, so get yours soon!
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Inaugural Django Fellows Announced
The first Django Fellows have been announced, congrats Tim Graham and Berker PeksaÄŸ!
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Interested in the Pickle binary format?
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Full-Stack Engineer Python/Django (San Francisco, CA) 
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Tool built on top of 2to3 to ideally make your Python 2 code more modern to eventually ease the updating to Python 3.
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An enterprise VPN server written in Python
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A set of tools that can be used by administrators of OSX machines to manage software installs on OSX client machines.
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Simple high-level interface for manipulating audio.
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A very simple way to find out which SSL/TLS ciphersuites are supported by a target. Click through for more detailed information and usage.
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A simple/non-blocking HTTP server library.
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A Python framework for developing and launching Storm topologies. Check out the blog post with more information here.
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Build activity feeds, newsfeeds and activity streams.
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A cli library that performs face-aware imaging cropping. Nice examples after the jump.
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A cool logging replacement for Python. Still under construction.
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A Normal Accident In Python and mod_wsgi
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Building a CPU simulator in Python
Nice article demonstration how to build a CPU simulator in Python. The author sets out to create a simulator for Cardiac: the Cardboard computer , code and explanations inside.
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Simple Interactive Data Analysis with Python
Simple article for the simple basics of python interactivity and the awesomeness that is IPython so if you haven't tried it out yet. Great place to start!
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Advanced use of Python decorators and metaclasses
Got the basics of Python decorators and Metaclasses down? If so time to step up your Python game with more advanced techniques.
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Getting started with etcd and Python
Nice post with some tips about getting set up with a vagrant environment and then working with etcd with Python.
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In Python, it's all about the attributes
Very detailed post about attributes in Python. Good read!
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