Issue #193


Nov. 20, 2015

Komodo 9.3, Django 1.9rc1, Open Source plotly.js and much more.

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Komodo 9.3 Released!
New version of the Komodo IDE more details after the jump!
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Poll: What do you use?
We are running a poll on what version of Python everyone is using! Chime in and share!
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PyPy 4.0.1 released
A bugfix release for PyPy is out, it fixes a few critical bugs in the JIT compiled code so please update your versions! Click though for more details.
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Django 1.9 release candidate 1 released
Looks like we are getting close to the release of Django 1.9. The first release candidate is out now, check it out and report any bugs!
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Plotly.js Open-Source Announcement
Plotly.js is now open source (MIT Licensed), pretty amazing! Click through to check out the full announcement.
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What are some things your average person could use Python for?
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HTTP security headers for Flask.
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A list of strings that when used as user inputted data could possible cause problems in your application. Great for testing!
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An open source alternative to GMail.
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Spinnaker is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform for releasing software changes with high velocity and confidence.
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A tool for creating and optimizing machine learning pipelines using genetic programming.
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Turn video files into 'barcodes' where vertical lines represent the average colour of individual frames.
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Pyduktape is a python wrapper around Duktape, an embeddable Javascript interpreter. This allows you to pass JS object and Python objects between the two interpreters.
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A Python wrapper around A command-line fuzzy finder written in Go!
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Lazy guy's testing tool, test your API server like a boss.
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Redis cache cluster system in Python.
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Python's Hidden Regular Expression Gems
A look at some of the niceties in Python's Regular Expression module.
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Why Beginners Should Learn Python
Some reasons why programming beginners should learn Python.
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15 Essential Python Interview Questions
Check out this Python interview questions, you might learn something or possible considering one (or many) of these in the next interview you conduct.
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BDD Testing a Restful Web Application in Python
Really great tutorial to get you started testing your restful web apps (in this case specifically flask) with BDD.
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Profiling Python using cProfile: A Concrete Case
Profiling in Python followed with some actual profiling.
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Comparing 7 Python data visualization tools.
Rundown of various data visualizations in Python!
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Asynchronous Programming with Python 3
Python has been making strong move toward Asynchronous Programming awesome article that goes at it from first principles.
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Anyone Can Learn To Code an LSTM-RNN in Python (Part 1: RNN)
Awesome article simply laying out how to build recurrent neural networks.
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A real Python "wat"
Dealing with a specific Python 'wat'
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9 reasons you should be using PyCharm
Maybe you can be convinced to switch from your current editor/IDE to PyCharm? The author states a compelling case.
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Evolving strategies for an Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma tournament
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