Issue #179


Aug. 14, 2015

PyCon Canada CFP, Python 3.5.0RC1, searchcmd and much more.

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PyCon Canada 2015 Call for Proposals
PyCon Canada 2015 is being held in Toronto from November 7-8, and they want to host YOUR talk! You are invited to present your latest Python related projects, work and experiences!
Shared by @myusuf3

New Python Testing Podcast available for download!
Episode 1 of the Python Testing podcast is out! Check out the link to listen or check it out on iTunes.
Shared by @brianokken

Cryptography 1.0 Released
Cryptography the library which exposes cryptographic recipes and primitives, just release version 1.0! Check it out!
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Jupyter Ascending
IPython 4.0 is released and first release of Jupyter and IPython after the split. When you install IPython it just contains the terminal interface. Where as notebook functionality etc, exists in Jupyter. Check out the article for more details.
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Jessica McKellar receives 2015 Frank Willison Award
Congratulations to Jessica McKellar for receiving the 2015 Frank Willison Award for outstanding contributions to the Python Community!
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Python 3.5.0rc1 Released!
We are getting close to Python 3.5.0, check out the first release candidate and report any bugs!
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Python San Sebastian 2015
Python San Sebastian 2015 has been announced, taking place October 24th/25th in San Sebastian, Spain. Check out the site to buy tickets and submit talk proposals now.
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Benefits of switching from PHP to Python?
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Cool project. News reader that consumes feeds (RSS, Atom, CDF and Twitter) and allows you to follow along whats going on with them in a live stream in a terminal.
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With this library develop small, reproducible experiments with minimal boilerplate code. Check out the README for example experiments.
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Experimental project, but very cool all the same. Part of the beeware suite of tools, batavia is a set of tools to run Python bytecode in the browser.
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Drastically simplify Python API development with this Project. Click through to see some examples in the projects documentation.
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A library who's goal is to make sending emails as simple as possible.
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101 real-world webscraping exercises in Python 3 for data journalists.
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Create pre-defined window/pane layouts and run commands in iTerm.
Shared by @TomAnthonySEO

This is pretty amazing. Allows you from the command line to search how to do that thing you forgot to do on the command line. Great examples in the README!
Shared by @jimmyppi

A Python wrapper for the Email Hunter API.
Shared by @joshuagoodlett


PyData Seattle 2015 Talks!
Missed it? Catch up from the comfort of your own home!
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EuroPython 2015 Videos 
IF you wanted to attend EuroPython 2015 and couldn't or just wanted to check out the talks, click through to check out the YouTube Playlist for the videos.
Shared by @mgrouchy
Nested resources with Django REST Framework
Good tutorial to help you step up your Django REST Framework knowledge with a nice guide for implementing nested resources which aren't supported out of the box.
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Wishful Coding in Python: A Problem Solving Philosophy
I know I do this from time to time. This is a good guide to a great approach for tackling large problems, worth reading.
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Try to not use the C API directly
The author suggests some strategies for avoiding the Python C API (or using it directly) to help make getting rid of the GIL easier.
Shared by @myusuf3

Let’s Build A Simple Interpreter. Part 3.
Part 3 of the simple interpreter! Legit series!
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