Issue #141

Sweater Weather

Nov. 14, 2014

Sweater Weather
Boto3,  pywsd, timesketch and much more.

Issue #141: Sweater Weather

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Motor 0.3.4 Released
Version 0.3.4 of Motor, the asynchronous MongoDB driver for Python and Tornado, has been released, update your code!
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boto3 0.0.1 - Developer Preview Released
The developer preview has been released for Boto3! Check it out, but be wary if thinking about using it in your production code.
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Official Call for Papers for Python-FOSDEM 2015
There is a call for papers currently going until December 1st for Python-FOSDEM 2015. Going to be attending and interested in giving a talk? Make your proposal now!
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TkInter: Still Relevant?
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genty promotes generative testing, where a single test can execute over a variety of input. I am not sure how I feel about this, but thought it might be interesting to explore.
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500 Lines or Less
Awesome repository of how things work with computers and software. I am sure we have shared this before but its definitely worth another look.
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Pretty nifty tool, yeah I said nifty. This library allows for word disambiguation in provided sentences. Some examples in the README after the jump.
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A set of libraries and tools that can be useful when developing applications for Android and other platforms.
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Timesketch is an experimental, proof of concept open source tool for collaborative forensic timeline analysis. I am excited where things are headed.
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Manage different agents and different keys for different projects, with ssh. Incredibly useful!
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A Struct/Record type for your Python code.
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A library that allows you to scrape Google's search engine using proxies.
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Kick off your Django 1.7 projects the right way with this Django project template.
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This is cool, a Python script to show where IP addresses are coming from and plots them on a map.
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Building A Realtime API in Django
Team at Fanout has written realtime api integration for Django. Pretty detailed blog post.
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Using Pandas To Create an Excel Diff
Nice article on how to roll your own Excel diff tool using pandas. Tons of gems here for dealing with various annoyances in ETL work.
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Building Web Applications with Django and AngularJS
Now this is a very detailed guide to building web apps with Django and Angular.js. Definitely worth checking out.
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Reverse Geocode a Set of Lat-Long Coordinates to City + Country
Useful tutorial to learn how to use Google's reverse Geocoding API.
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The tale of DRY with django-crispy-forms
Tutorial to help you get started with Django-crispy-forms and also keep your form code DRY at the same time.
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NLP keyword extraction tutorial with RAKE and Maui
A nice detailed tutorial about performing keyword extraction with the RAKE and Maui libraries.
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