Issue #182


Sept. 4, 2015

Twisted 15.4, PyGarden, pyparallel and much more.

Issue #182: Cruising

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Twisted 15.4 Released
The latest version of Twisted, 15.4, codenamed "Trail By Fire" has been released! Includes new Python3 support, support for some EOL platforms has been removed , Twisted now has moved to setuptools for installation and much more.
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Check out info about Python Packages and other stats! This is very cool!
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PyPy 2.6.1 released
A new version of PyPy is out, with tons of bugs fixed and new features. Click through to see the complete breakdown of this release!
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Is there a 'Beautiful Code' collection for Python?
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What's the best IDE for Python on Windows?
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A vim-like in python made from scratch. Built on top of tkinter, vy is a modal editor with a modular architecture.
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Extract facts from wikipedia articles using a series of NLP techniques.
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HTTP Request & Response Service written in Python and Flask.
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Implementation of A neural algorithm of artistic style in Python.
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Amazing for all you soccer(football) fans out there. A command line interface for soccer scores. Supports scores for live games in many different leagues as well as standings and more!
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An experimental multicore fork of Python 3. This is proof-of-concept fork of Python 3.3.5 designed to optimally exploit contemporary hardware: multiple CPU cores, fast SSDs, NUMA architectures, and fast I/O channels (10GbE, Thunderbolt, etc). The idea is to remove the limitations of the GIL without actually removing the GIL. This is definitely worth keeping an eye on.
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An IDE for Bitcoin transaction scripts. Its purpose is to make it easier to write, evaluate, and learn about transaction scripts.
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This is useful. Varnish as a service. This allows you to run, configure and manage a cluster of Varnish servers via a Web interface or REST API.
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Designed to be used with the Agate data analysis library, but can be used with numpy or pands. Proof is a library for creating optimized, repeatable and self-documenting data analysis pipelines.
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Useful. Tool to help you draw tables in your terminal.
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Flexx is a pure Python toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces (GUI's), that uses web technology for its rendering.
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Effortless method to record provenance in Python!
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This library that makes benchmarking easy and fun
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Automated Reasoning Engine and Flow Based Programming Framework.
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Steamworks For Python Tutorial
Useful tutorial for getting steamworks integrated into your Python projects.
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Data validation in Python with voluptuous
Really great article where the author shows you how to do data validation in your Python app with the voluptuous library. Great tutorial to get you started.
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Mongo and Flask Performance Tuning
Nice little article on how to go about performance improvements.
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Querying Craigslist with Python
Fun article on what a little python and graphing can unveil about SF renting prices.
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What are some potential steals in fantasy football this season?
For those fantasy buffs out there and the lazy players this is fun notebook for pre-draft analysis.
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