Issue #149


Jan. 16, 2015

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mod_wsgi 4.4.6 Released!
You can find the full release notes here. Better debug mode and fixes!
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EuroPython 2015 Dates announced!
EuroPython 2015 in Bilbao, Spain, will be taking place Monday, July 20, 2015- Sunday, July 26, 2015. Are we excited yet?
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Django Security Releases Issued
Its that time again. Better upgrade your Django version to one of 1.4.18, 1.6.10, and 1.7.3 as recommended in this security release.
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Python Events Calendars - 2015
Time to submit your events to the Python Events calendar for 2015 if you are organizing a Python event. There is one calendar for conferences or other larger gatherings and one calendar for user groups and local events.
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PyPy Leysin Winter Sprint (20-28th February 2015)
Going to be in Leysin, Switzerland between February 20-28th? If so, maybe you should check out the PyPy sprint there. Sounds awesome!
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Your Python Stock Trading Algorithm, $100,000 of Our Money, & You Keep the Profit
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Add python or Javascript style comments to your JSON, great for documentation purposes.
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A Django template to get your next Django app up and running on Heroku in no time.
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CLI Application to be used as a Spotify remote. Break free from the GUI.
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Dynamic Django settings app that allows you to use a backend like Redis or your Django database to store settings and then edit them in the Django Admin application.
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A monitoring system.
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Tool to generate .gitignore files for you from the command line based on given language requirements.
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A collection of well-commented code snippits for data science
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This is pretty neat. A Utility for zero downtime restarts of unmodified programs.
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An easy and convenient way to performance test python code. Definitely take a look at README after the jump. I like this.
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Lightweight Python Utilities For Working With Redis
This project is built on top of redis-py that exposed pythonic containers for the redis data types.It goes on to add a few extras, including a cache and a declarative model layer.
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Best Tutorial On Python Regular Expressions
I am constantly looking up how to do things with regex. Be careful you might learn something!
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Python Tips and Traps
Ryan talks standard data types, control flow, context and generators to give you a better grasp on the idioms, libraries and capabilities of Python
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Setting up a Simple OCR Server
Cool article to help you get a Simple ORC Server set up and use it to OCR some images.
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