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Dec. 11, 2015

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Delorean 0.6.0 Released!
Slowly marching towards our final 1.0 release! More improvements and few breaking changes details after the jump! Great work by @califloridan
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Announcing PyMongo 3.2
PyMongo 3.2 has been released. If this is something that tickles your fancy, click through to check out the changes in this release!
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Python 2.7.11 released.
The lastest version in the Python 2.7.x Python's, Python 2.7.11 has been released. Click through for the changelog!
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120gb csv - Is this something i can handle in python?
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One more reason to use Python 3
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How do you use Python in your job?
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An end-to-end encrypted database written in Python.
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Get all of your reminders done just by a single line command on your favorite terminal screen.
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An open note taking platform that attempts to make it easy to organize your life.
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The client for bashub. Allows you to store your bash history in the cloud (supports Zsh too!).
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A general-purpose computer algebra system (CAS). It is meant to be a free, light-weight alternative to Mathematica.
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A malicious traffic detection system.
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Select from a list of servers in your AWS account to quickly ssh to the instance of your choice.
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Pokémon Recognition
A machine learning approach to find the name of a pokemon, given its picture and a training dataset.
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Why you should use the Django admin: 9 tips.
Some people knock the Django admin for its lack of flexibility, this author tries to dispute that myth with some great tips you can use today in the django admin.
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Creating Advanced Excel Workbooks with Python
Pretty neat article for producing excel workbooks with Python using pandas and XlsxWriter.
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Monopoly Simulations
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Machine Learning For Complete Beginners
A fantastic set of guides for the complete beginner to learn something about Machine Learning.
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Time Zones in Pytz & Django
An in-depth guide to understanding time zones in Pytz and Django.
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Working with Binary Data in Python
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Local Binary Patterns with Python & OpenCV
Great tutorial on texture and pattern recognition in images. Happy belated Adrian!
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