Issue #174


July 10, 2015

Python 3.5.0b3, PyTexas 2015, Django Security Releases and much more.

Issue #174: Podcasts

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PyTexas 2015
PyTexas 2015 Tickets are on sale and are on earlybird discount until July 19th. Call for proposals are open so submit a talk today! If your company wants to sponsor please submit to the sponsorship email on the website under sponsor menu.
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Mezzanine 4.0 is released
Version 4.0 of Mezzanine, a CMS for Django has been released! Check it out!
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Podcast.__init__ - Episode 14 - Allen Downey on Teaching Computer Science with Python
Episode 14 of Podcast.__init__ is out, in this episode Allen Downey is interviewed about teaching computer science with Python.
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Django Security releases issued: 1.8.3, 1.7.9, 1.4.21
Time to update your Django versions!
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Talk Python to Me Podcast - Episode #15 - Python at Spotify, PSF, and PyLadies
Episode 15 of Talk Python to Me Podcast is out! In this issue they talk to Lynn Root about Python at Spotify, her role as a board member at the PSF and more!
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Python 3.5.0b3 Released!
Beta 3 of Python 3.5.0 has been released, click through for all the changes in Python 3.5.0.
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Frustrated with the setup of matplotlib
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How long did it take for you to "get" python?
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Useful project, documents Python's string formatting capabilities with practical examples.
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Cool project, inspired by gooey, wooey provides a web interface to run command line scripts.
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A task manager, written in python.
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A series of interactive coding challenges. Focuses on algorithms and data structures that are typically found in coding interviews and competitions.
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Fun! An implementation of DeepDream but for videos.
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A multiprocessing task queue for Django.
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Docker-powered development environments.
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Background tasks in Python 3.5
In this post the author addresses how you would do background tasks in Python 3.5 with asyncio.
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How We Deploy Python Code Without Git
This is great! Package your Python code in Debian Packages for deployment rather than deploying using Git. Check this out!
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Find what indentation your files use
Clever script to find out what kind of indentation your files use.
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Asynchronous Tasks with Django and Celery - Real Python
Great guide to get you started with Celery in your Django application for running Asynchronous tasks.
Shared by @mjhea0

Let’s Build A Simple Interpreter. Part 2.
Part two of the series on building an interpreter. These articles are great, from the same author who brought you the "Lets build a web server" series of articles.
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Currying explained for Python programmers
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