Issue #161

PYCON 2015

April 10, 2015

PYCON 2015
PYCON 2015 Videos, DjangoCon CFP,  and much more.

Issue #161: PYCON 2015

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PyCon APAC/Taiwan 2015
Early bird registration is open for PyCon APAC/Taiwan 2015, early bird registration runs until the 21st.
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PyCon 2015 Videos
Posted as they are available!
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DjangoCon US 2015 Call for Proposals
Time to submit your talk proposals!
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Announcing PyMongo 3
PyMongo 3 is out, click through for full details.
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Python in GIS
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Books on hacking and security using Python
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A multiplatform open source Binary Analysis and Reverse engineering Framework.
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A collection of things that would be useful in the stdlib but aren't there. Pretty nice collection of BSD licensed tools here. Check out the full docs here.
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Ridiculously fast object serialization for complex datatypes like Django models, custom classes, etc.
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Very cool! A Notification Center utility for OSX, allows you to Add/remove apps, set alert styles and suppress app store notifications. Supports Mavericks and Yosemite.
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Soupy is a wrapper around BeautifulSoup that makes it easier to build complex queries when wrangling web data.
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Python framework for building microservices.
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guardrail is a Python library for managing object-level permissions which framework and db agnostic.
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Nameko for Microservices
Really nice introduction to Nameko. A new project that aims to allow users to build microservices and focus on logic application logic and deal less with spending a lot of time bending your web framework stack to your will.
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Automatic patching of Python applications.
Continuation of the post last time which delved deeper into monkey patching
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Numba vs Cython: How to Choose
How do you choose between Numba and Cython for accelerating your numeric Python code, this article intends to give you some tips.
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A plugin for vim to include the yapf python formatter.
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Classy CBV
Resource and missing documentation for Django Class Based Views.
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Exploring Python 3’s Asyncio by Example
Nice walkthrough with examples of Python 3's asyncio. If you are interested in asyncio, this is a really nice read.
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Let’s Build A Web Server. Part 2.
Ruslan is back with part 2 Let's Build a Web Server. Legit illustrations!
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Stochastic Processes in Python
Nice article about popular stochastic processes used by Quants.
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