Issue #140


Nov. 7, 2014

PyTennessee, PyPy IO Improvements, and much more.

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Second Annual PyTennessee conference Feb 7th-8th
The second annual PyTennessee conference is happening Feb 7-8th in Nashville, TN. There will be 4 keynotes, 36 talks/tutorials, young coders, PyLadies fundraiser and more. The Call for papers is open until Nov 15th.
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EuroPython 2015 Call for Participation: On-site Teams
The EuroPython Society (EPS) is happy to announce the Call for Participation (CFP) for EuroPython 2015. The purpose of this call is to select teams willing to help organize the EuroPython conference on-site at a suitable location. Check out the link for more details.
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PyPy IO Improvements
More details after the jump. More awesome as usual from PyPy team.
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This is so legit its not even funny. The missing piece in most data analysis toolsets. Check it out!
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IPython notebooks are being distributed as supplementary materials in peer-reviewed academic publications
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A Python development environment environment for Emacs.
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Home automation with Python.
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A network security testing tool designed to help developers and security researchers spot and fix weak TLS/SSL connections and sensitive cleartext traffic on devices and applications.
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A project skeleton for Python packages. Includes a testing suite with py.test and CLI with click.
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Automate release tasks for your Python project with this app, supports things like auto generating changelog entries from commit messages , semantic versioning, etc.
Shared by @mgrouchy is an easier way to interact with your databases, check out release article in news section!
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SQL powered operating system instrumentation and analytics (Facebook's OSQuery) except for Postgres using Postgres's foreign data wrapper.
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This is neat. A tool to create temporary Jupyter Notebook servers using Docker containers.
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From the README: "RxPY is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable collections and LINQ-style query operators in Python".
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This library provides a decorator that prints or logs caller's name, args/values and more.
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Using geopandas on Windows
There aren't usually a lot of blog posts for Python users on windows, but this is a nice guide for getting setup with geopandas on Windows.
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Text mode diagrams using UTF-8 characters and fancy colors
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XSS Security in Django
Nice guide giving you some steps to protect your Django application from XSS Vulnerabilities.
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Taming the logging formatter
Some tips for logging and formatting your logged JSON objects in your Python applications.
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Heroku Piggyback SSL for Pyramid 1.5
Nice, redirect insecure requests to HTTPS with Heroku and Pyramid 1.5.
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Plotting Data Online via Plotly and Python
A detailed tutorial to get setup plotting data with Plotly and Python.
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Frame Introspection in Pyston
Pyston is a PyPy competitor, this blog cover the frame introspection in pyston.
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Dear Diary, an Encrypted Command-Line Diary with Python
Very cool tutorial. Check it out.
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Encrypting files with Pycrypto
Wondering what the deal is with PyCrypto? Check it out this tutorial.
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Understanding Python Bytecode
Wondering how Python bytecode works in Python 2.6 and 2.7 on the CPython interpreter? This is the post for you.
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Choose Your Own Adventure Presentations with Reveal.js, Python and WebSockets
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Python 2 vs. Python 3: How to Choose
Will your new Python project be Python 2 or 3? This article can help you choose!
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Image Reprojection with Python OpenCV
This is awesome! Using Python OpenCV to create a video of an artist working and overlaying a video of the drawing as its being created.
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