Issue #188


Oct. 16, 2015

Rodeo, status, and much more.

Issue #188: Jays

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Rodeo Python IDE 1.0 Released
The native python IDE Rodeo has had its 1.0 release, check it out!
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PyTexas 2015 Videos
Couldn't make it to conference! We got you covered!
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R vs Python: head to head data analysis
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What Python modules make your life so easy that you always install them first? : Python
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An IRC framework built upon Python 3's asyncio module.
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Face recognition with Google's FaceNet deep neural network. An implementation of the CVPR 2015 paper FaceNet: A Unified Embedding for Face Recognition and Clustering.
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An attempt at HTTP status "for humans". This library provides human understandable HTTP status codes and ideally helps with code readability.
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This is cool. A library that uses your webcam to identify whether you are slouching in your chair and alerts you if you are.
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Pretty cool, get a visualization of your Disk space on the command line.
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Interactive tools and developer experiences for Big Data on Google Cloud Platform.
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A series of helper classes for your Django Models including improved choice fields, extra caching and more.
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An extended version of the official elasticsearch client that add some extra utilities like iterated search and a simpler bulk api.
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Flamegraphs in your Django Debug Toolbar!
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A pretty nice looking CLI time tracking app. \
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Very useful! Implements i18n and l10n support for Flask.
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Simply creation of smoke tests with this library.
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Commit Counter Chart is a Python Flask app to view git history using D3.js.
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Directed graph traversal, orderings and applications to data-flow analysis
This author is always bringing the heat with his posts. Great post about graph traversal in Python and uses in data-flow analysis.
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Ordered class members in python
How would we generate output similar to Python's dir command, but ordered. This post answers that question!
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Wat's up, doc?
Great article looking at a collection of `Wat` moments in Python. Read this to learn why the snippets discussed behave the way they do and learn a little more about Python.
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Twitter bot using Google Spreadsheets in Python
Like the title says, nice tutorial!
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Let’s Build A Simple Interpreter. Part 5.
What a really great series of posts about creating a simple interpreter, follow along with part 5 or go back to the beginning!
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How Python Properties Help With Refactoring
How to use Python's properties to help you refactor your Python classes.
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Visualizing Machine Learning Thresholds to Make Better Business Decisions
This article talks about some common use cases for thresholding and allow you to visualize data from those to help make decisions especially where looking at a table of data is less clear.
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Generate Your Tests
Shows how to use parameterize and generate test cases with Nose!
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