Issue #162


April 17, 2015

SQLAlchemy 1.0.0, Guido Keynote, PyData Paris 2015 Videos and much more.

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SQLAlchemy 1.0.0 Released
SQLAlchemy 1.0.0 Released!! This release marks 10 years of SQLAlchemy! Grats Mike!
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Guido van Rossum Keynote - PyCon 2015
Guido at PyCon.
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PyCon Malaysia Call For Proposals
Planning attending PyCon Malaysia? If so now is the time to submit your talk proposals.
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PyData Paris 2015 Videos
Didn't get the chance to hit up PyData Paris. Well they got you covered all the talks are here for your leisured viewing!
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Sustainability - Read the Docs
Read the Docs is an incredible project. If you are interested in supporting it in a way that will hopefully make the project sustainable please check this out.
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In case you don't usually, go watch some PyCon talks.
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Freight is a service which aims to make application deployments better.
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An address parser with support for Canadian and American addresses.
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Scrapple is a framework for creating web scrapers and web crawlers according to a key-value based configuration file.
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Microcode update parser for AMD, Intel, and VIA processors written in Python 3.x.
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This is pretty legit! A toolkit for making domain-specific probabilistic parsers! Not sure why, bunch of examples after the jump.
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Flask application generation for speeding up your development time and making sure your toolbox is filled with all the right tools.
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A Rest API using Django and authentication with OAuth2 and third parties!
Interesting post on getting a REST API that supports oauth2 and social auth up and running with Django Rest Framework, Django Oauth Toolkit and Python Social Auth.
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Introduction to Fuzzing in Python with AFL
Nice little blog post on Fuzzing in Python using AFL a new fuzzer compatible with Python!
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Making Python 3 more attractive
Some notes and Ideas from the Python Language Summit about how to make Python 3 more attractive to developers. Worth the read!
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The Deceptive Anagram Question
Really great look into a common interview question of finding anagrams in a list of words.
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PyFormat: Using % and .format() for great good!
This site we try to show you the most common use-cases covered by the old and new style string formatting API with practical examples. For those of your looking for a refresher take a gander.
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Animated 3-D Plots in Python
Nice tutorial to get 3D plots going in Python. Outputs animated gifs for the animations.
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How to Implement a Type Checker in Python 3
Taking advantage of the Python 3 annotations to build out a type checker!
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Tox tricks and patterns
Some general information about Tox and a bunch of fantastic tips, tricks and patterns to get the most out of its use.
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Visualizing Census Data With Google Fusion Tables
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Python: faster way
Really cool reference of common things you might do in Python and the faster, more "optimized" way to do them.
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