Issue #189

Let's Discuss.

Oct. 23, 2015

Let's Discuss.
PyCon US 2015 Registration open, Ansible to Red Hat, enforce and much more.

Issue #189: Lets Discuss.

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Automatic SIMD vectorization support in PyPy
New update from PyPy, the new version will ship with the new auto-vectorizer. Check out the post for more info!
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Jython 2.7.1 beta2 released!
Beta 2 of Jython 2.7.1 has been released. If you are a Jython user, give it a try and report any bugs you might find.
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Django 1.9 beta 1 released
Its getting closer to release! Beta 1 of Django 1.9 is out in the wild. Check out the release notes, try it out and report any bugs!
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PyCon 2016 registration now open!
Planning to attend PyCon 2016? If so now is time to for you (or your employer) to get your ticket!
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Red Hat snaps up devops automation specialist Ansible
Ansible has joined the Red Hat family. More info about this in the article.
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Do any of you have a Python side hustle?
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The Race between Flask and Django
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What did YOU automate with python?
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Python 3 has str.casefold(). Python 2 doesn't. py2casefold brings fast casefolding support to Python 2.
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Fun project that makes an image look like it has been created with Lego's!
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Interesting project. Arguman is a Argument analysis and mapping platform. Users assert contentions to be discussed, supported, proved, or disproved, and argue with premises using because, but, or however conjunctions.
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A simple Periscope video downloader for Python.
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Neat project that allows you to talk to(and control) your servers via whatsapp.
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The ping command with graphs!
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A simple Python 3.5 or higher application for enforcing a runtime type checking based on type hints.
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Getting started with machine learning in Python
Beginners guide to machine learning!
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Testing & Packaging
A look at some testing and packaging best practices and gotchas. In this case specifically talking about a tox and coverage setup.
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Create a Simple Python Web Scraper to Get Pricing Data
Little about scraping and pricing data!
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Make an Elasticsearch-powered REST API for any data with Ramses
Awesome tool like rames lets you roll your own Parse in Python!
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Analyzing Pronto CycleShare Data with Python and Pandas
Awesome analysis and visualization with seaborn on cycle share data!
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Python's objects and classes — a visual guide
Learn a bit more about Python's objects and classes in this easily understandable post.
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Analyzing 91 years of Time magazine covers for visual trends
Adrian at PyImageSearch is always bringing the heat, this is a really cool article analyzing trends in Time magazine covers over the last 91 years. Pretty neat visualizations here too.
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Don’t use pickle — use Camel
PSA: Don't use pickle. Really don't use pickle but in this article the author demonstrates how to use an alternative, Camel.
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