Issue #167


May 22, 2015

pip 7.0.0 released, Django Security Release 1.8.2, PyCruise 2016 and much more.

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Django Developers Community Survey
Have any opinions about the Django development process? Let yourself be heard and go to the Django site and fill out the community survey.
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PyCruise 2016
A Carnival Cruise with likeminded Pythonistas, what could be better? Check out PyCruise 2016!
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Twisted 15.2.0 Released
The latest Twisted has been released including some new features like twisted.logger a full featured logging framework and Python 3.4 support. Click through for all the details.
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pip 7.0.0 released
A new version of pip is out, click through for a bunch of changes (including some backwards incompatible ones).
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Django Security Release Issued: 1.8.2
More details after the jump!
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CFFI 1.0.1 released
More details after the jump!
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Myth busted: repeated string += runs in linear time, not quadratic
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A library for writing long running processes with a cli interface.
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An Internal(offline) Stack Exchange in Python.
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Mailthon aims to simplify the delivery of emails and make it a joy to use as well as being extremely extensible and configurable at the same time.
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Build your personal life database, including of internet, taxi, sports and health data analysis.
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A web application that allows to easily query an existing database, share the dataset and visualize it in different ways. Redshift with Postresql style of reading.
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awslogs is a simple command line tool for querying groups, streams and events from Amazon CloudWatch logs.
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Python 3 Cheatsheet for Djangonauts
Nice tips and tricks for Python3 and Django.
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Django Development with Docker Compose and Machine
Tutorial to get you started in Django development using the new hotness, Docker Compose and Docker Machine.
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Building a better DatabaseCache for Django on MySQL
Neat look at building MySQLCache cache backend for Django that was included in the latest version of django-mysql.
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Running Python in a Browser Is More Awesome Than You Think
Python in the browser and on your devices!
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Downloading YouTube and Soundcloud Audio with Python and Pandas
Fun useful little post to help with downloading your favourite music that isn't on your favourite music service!
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Let’s Build A Web Server. Part 3.
These articles have been great, very informative and great pictures! Worth the read!
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Writing Safe Twisted Code
Some considerations when writing some twisted code.
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Python coroutines with async and await
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