Issue #165


May 8, 2015

Ubuntu and Python 3, Rendering IPython Notebooks on Github and much more.

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Ubuntu Plans For Python 3 By Default For Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
The train is heading (if somewhat slowly) towards Python 3. Check this out for more information about Ubuntu's plans to move to a default Python 3.
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Rendering IPython notebooks on GitHub
IPython notebooks will now render in Github!
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Apply for financial aid for DjangoCon US 2015!
Applications for financial aid to DjangoCon are open!
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CFFI 1.0 beta 1
We are approaching version 1.0 if CFFI, if you are interested, check out 1.0 beta 1. More information in the post.
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Python 3 or Python 2.7 for newbie?
Python 3 vs. Python 2! Fight!
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Why "1000000000000000 in range(1000000000000001)" is so fast
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A module for querying DOM tree and writing XPath expressions using Python generators.
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This is pretty cool. Dead Simple Interactive Python Version Management.
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Facebook PathPicker is a simple command line tool that solves the perpetual problem of selecting files out of bash output. Pretty awesome package!
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usbkill is an anti-forensic kill-switch that waits for a change on your USB ports and then immediately shuts down your computer.
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if you want password management in the terminal, look no further.
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Genetic Programming in Python, with a scikit-learn inspired API
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Understanding Python execution from inside: A Python assembly tracer
Very cool.Nice look at Python execution from the inside. In the article the author creates a new opcode for CPython to create a new Bytecode-level tracing api.
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Spark Streaming With Python and Kafka
Awesome article on streaming with kafka and spark!
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Optimize Python with Closures
Informative post about using Closures in Python to optimize your Python code.
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Selenium Testcase with Nose in Python
For you nose lovers out there, this is a really great tutorial with examples to create Selenium Testcases with Nose.
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Python & RSA algorithm
A look at the Python Cryptography library and using the RSA algorithm.
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Create Python code checks ('lints') up to 100x faster
A look at a nice approach to speed up linters using Cody.
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Combinatorial Generation Using Coroutines With Examples in Python
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Using mod_wsgi-express as a development server.
Simple tutorial to get mod_wsgi-express running as a development server.
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