Issue #176


July 24, 2015

PyCon China, docli, and much more.

Issue #176: Gelato

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PyCon 2015 China
PyCon2015 China announced! PyCon2015 China is organized by and takes place on the 12th-19th of September, 2015 in Beijing/Shanghai/Guangzhou, China. Check out the call for proposals(Deadline August 21st) and call for sponsors.
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Wagtail 1.0 Released!
Version 1.0 of open source CMS Wagtail has been released!
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What is the most complex thing you've ever created?
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To those who have a career in Python post a little description on your role, interested in the kinds of jobs python programmers do!
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This is a Python data analysis library enabling a 100% Python user workflow on top of big data systems for maximum performance and scalability.
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Intercept function calls from Python scripts
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Neat concept, Edit Jira Tickets using locally stored text files.
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A command line interface for Digital Ocean! Check out the github docs for all the supported commands.
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Underwear is a library for easily deploying any Python-powered web application to one or more Linux servers.
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This is an extension for the python web scraping framework scrapy. The aim of this package is to cut down on the amount of code needed to create simple spiders with scrapy.
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An independent BSON codec for Python that doesn't depend on MongoDB.
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A tool to update Apache/Nginx configurations to install SSL/TLS certificates on servers.
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A Docker command line interface which includes syntax highlighting and autocompletion. Useful!
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A Python data analysis library enabling a 100% Python user workflow on top of big data systems for maximum performance and scalability. Check out more information at ibis-project and by clicking through to the README.
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Komodo 9.2 Beta (Pre-Release)
The latest beta for Komodo 9.2 is out. Head over to the the blog for more details and to download the release to try it out.
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Image Fields with Django Rest Framework
Tutorial to get your started with Image Fields in the amazing Django REST Framework.
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Thoughts on Nylas’ “How We Deploy Codeâ€
Some thoughts of the popular "How we Deploy Python Code (Without using Git)" Post.
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The uWSGI Swiss Army Knife
Awesome article that lays out the way uWSGI can fill multiple roles in your stack! Worth the read!
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Exploring the shapes of stories using Python and sentiment APIs
Super interesting article on plotting the shape of stories using sentiment analysis!
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Flask web application with charts using chart.js
Ever wonder how to get some pretty charts into your Flask Application? Look no further than this post, this has a great tutorial for getting started with chart.js in your Flask app.
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My Python Code is Slow? Tips for Profiling
A collection of tips and strategies for Profiling your next (or current) Python application!
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Python vs R for Data Science: Data Frames I
Introduction to Data Frames and how they contrast with their R counterpart!
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This is a plotting package that uses matplotlib to create information-dense, sparkline-like, quantitative visualizations
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