Issue #200

Two Hundred

Jan. 22, 2016

Two Hundred
Lets build an interpreter, DSF Grant Program, deep-fonts, and much more.

Issue #200: Two Hundred

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DSF Grant Program for DjangoCon Europe 2016
The Django Software Foundation has made 5000€ available for attendees of DjangoCon Europe 2016, to help meet the costs of attending. If you need funding to help attend DjangoCon you should click through to learn about applying.
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PyQt or PySide: Debate over which to learn. : Python
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Switching from Java to Python actually worthwhile?
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A starter kit for using heroku to host your next flask project.
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A Pelican web editor
Cool little project for adding a web editor to the static site generator pelican.
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Just read the README.
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AsyncSSH is a Python package which provides an asynchronous client and server implementation of the SSHv2 protocol
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Parsimonious aims to be the fastest arbitrary-lookahead parser written in pure Python—and the most usable.
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Python Data. Leaflet.js Maps.
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Generate fonts using deep learning, pretty great!
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letsencrypt-aws is a program that can be run in the background which automatically provisions and updates certificates on your AWS infrastructure using the AWS APIs and Let's Encrypt.
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Tools for interpreting natural language
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TornaREST is a simple RESTful Web Service build with Tornado Web Server!
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Walrus, a lightweight Redis Toolkit
Advocating for the user of walrus, tons of example and nifty little functions!
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A Web Developer Builds a Kivy App
Nice little rundown of first time experience with Kivy!
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Let’s Build A Simple Interpreter. Part 8.
Part 8 of LBASI!
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Prototyping using Django
Cool article on how to generate quick prototyping tools with Python And Django! Might be a series you might want to follow.
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Scrapy Tips from the Pros: Part 1
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The case of the curious comment
Pretty cool, article I would be interested in the response to this.
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Stock Image Similarity with Image Features
This is really cool! Great read.
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