Issue #168


May 29, 2015

Python 2.7.10 released,  In praise of Django, and much more.

Issue #168: Codex

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Python 2.7.10 released
This is a bugfix release for the 2.7.x series.
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Python 3.5.0b1 Released!
Check out list of features after the jump!
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PyDev 4.1.0 released!
Latest version includes code completion improvements, Python 3.5 grammar and more.
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Episode #9 Docker for the Python Developer
Learn something about Docker from Patrick Chanezon, member of technical staff at Docker inc.
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Python bug: Can assign [] = (), but not () = []
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In praise of Django
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This project allows you to bookmark your terminal commands. Supports fuzzy matching, aliases and a bunch of other nice features.
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The profiling package is an interactive Python profiler. Pretty freaking legit! I wonder how it works with web applications.
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A Python library for creating LaTeX files
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Search and view results from in your terminal.
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Makes generating machine-readable, digitally signed warrant canary statements simpler. Click through to the README for more details.
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Rust for Python Programmers
Looking to pick up a side language like Rust! Check this post out! Introduction to the Rust Language for a Pythonista!
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Tornado Locks And Queues (The End Of Toro)
Tornado 4.2 is out and now has locks and queues. The code adopted into Tornado core is from the Toro project, so it looks like Toro has reached the end of its life. Click through to learn more.
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Djangui, empower your python scripts with Django!
This is a walkthrough of a pretty useful little project that exposes your Python scripts with a simple Django admin UI.
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Performance monitoring of real WSGI application traffic.
Interested in measuring performance of a WSGI app in production accurately! Take a look.
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Let's modernize the way we handle frontend code with Django
This articles departs from how most of handle static files in our Python web apps. Interesting thoughts here.
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Guide For Data Exploration In Python
Very detailed guide to exploring your data with all the top datascience tools like Numpy, Matplotlib and Pandas.
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Open-Sourcing Your Own Python Library 101
Want to open source your next Python library? This guide is for you!
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Basic motion detection and tracking with Python and OpenCV
Awesome article as always from PyImageSearch for basic motion detection with raspberry pi and camera!
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PyCon Sweden 2015 videos
Missed PyCon Sweden, don't miss out any longer, check out the videos!
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