Issue #180


Aug. 21, 2015

Django Security Releases, rb, git-remote-dropbox and much more.

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Django Security releases issued: 1.8.4, 1.7.10, 1.4.22
Time to upgrade your Django versions, check out the link for all the details for the releases!
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What are some projects you have done with Python?
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I made a reddit bot that creates memes out of image posts and their top comments
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Lupa integrates the runtimes of Lua or LuaJIT2 into CPython.
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Pretty neat exercise. An automated subreddit with posts created using markov chains
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Use this utility to record your android device screen to a gif.
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A scripting language written in Python to make writing HTTP Request routines simpler.
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Awesome. A transparent bridge between git and Dropbox. It allows you to use a shared dropbox folder as a git remote
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From the team at Sentry, Routing and connection management for Redis in Python.
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A Zeroconf-based peer to peer file transfer utility.
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ZeroMQ for Pythonistas. This project differs from PyZMQ in that it aims to make distributed systems employing ZeroMQ as pythonic as possible.
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A simple python library for interaction with Office 365.
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PGP encrypted fields for PostgreSQL, which are encrypted by the pgcrypto postgres extension.
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A Python library that implements a consistent hash ring for building distributed apps implemented using Redis.
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An open source ecommerce platform written in Python and Django.
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Exploring the Top Incomes Database with Pandas and Matplotlib
A look at the worlds top income database. Great look at exploring a large dataset with Pandas and Matplotlib.
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ORMs under the hood
Ever wonder how ORM's work? This takes a look at how ORM's work and are constructed, also has a brief look at available ORM's out there and some sample code with SQLAlchemy.
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Setting up python development environment with buildout
Very simple tutorial to help you get your python development environments setup with buildout.
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A/B Testing with Hierarchical Models in Python
In this post the author discusses "a method for A/B testing using Beta-Binomial Hierarchical models to correct for a common pitfall when testing multiple hypotheses".
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Creating Powerpoint Presentations with Python
This is cool, use python, pptx, and popular python data and visualization tools pandas, numpy, matplotlib and seaborn to create Powerpoint presentations.
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Intermediate Python Book
A creative commons licensed Python book for the Intermedia Python programmer, but with tips and something to learn for all Python programmers.
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How I Hacked Amazon’s $5 WiFi Button to track Baby Data
This is awesome. Hacking amazon's buy button to record datapoints about baby!
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