Issue #152


Feb. 6, 2015

PyPy 2.5.0, imutils, DjangoVillage 2015, Into and much more.

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PyPy 2.5.0 released
Verssion 2.5.0 of PyPy has been released. it contains significant performance enhancements and bug fixes. Click through for all the details.
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My imutils package: A series of OpenCV convenience functions
Nice! Adrian over at PyImageSearch has open sourced an excellent set of convenience functions and utilities for dealing with OpenCV, follow the link to get more details and see what he has been up to.
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Announcing DjangoVillage 2015
DjangoVillage 2015, the Italian Django Community Conference, will be held in Florence, on the 17th to 19th of April during PyCon Sei, the Italian Python Conference.
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Using python to work with excel files
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Python at work
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Run Python functions as pipeline jobs.
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An extensible network forensic analysis framework. Enables rapid development of plugins to support the dissection of network packet captures.
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An online 2D multiplayer game written with Python and Pygame.
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An internet wide scanner. Very useful little tool, check out the README for more details.
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This is a bundler like library for Python package management. A possible alternative to using virtualenv on your next project.
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A free book on how to make your code Python 3 compatible. Check it out, read it, distribute it and contribute to the effort.
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Celery Once is a tool that allows you to prevent multiple execution and queuing of celery tasks.
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Useful little cross platform tool to programatically watch for changes in files in a particular directory.
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Super Cool. A Python-based HTTP/HTTPS-proxy, with a really neat demo that lets you proxy any website via a web interface.
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UI automation server that runs in PyQt apps and enables BDD style testing.
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Add support for function overloading to your Python 3 project.
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ReIntroducing Into
In this post the author reintroduces a very useful looking tool, Into. Into aims to help you migrate your data between different formats. It supports a collection of in memory data types like lists, tuples, etc. and persistant data types and stores like CSV, JSON, SQL Databases, MongoDB and more. Nice!
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How To Configure Django and Celery in Docker Containers
A very complete guide to getting your Django project up and running on docker with a nicely working Celery configuration.
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An Introduction to Text Mining using Twitter Streaming API and Python
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Advanced Concepts in Flask
Step up your Flask game with these advanced concepts to help you build an application that can scale.
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Generating Excel Reports from a Pandas Pivot Table
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Practical Data Science in Python
Wow. This is pretty fantastic. This is an extremely detailed iPython notebook for a Practical Data Science in Python.
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Getting Started with Spark (in Python)
Interested in trying out apache spark in your next python project? This is the article for you. Read this and follow the instructions and you will be up and running in no time.
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