Issue #211

Python 3

April 8, 2016

Python 3
Lots of tmux, PyPy improvements, PyGotham and DjangoCon CFP's and much more.

Issue #211:  Python 3

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Warmup improvements: more efficient trace representation
Follow along with PyPy development and learn about the latest new improvements that they have made.
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Python 3.6.0a0 released
Check out whats new and hot with Python 3.6.
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PyGotham 2016 Call for Proposals is Open
Want to speak at PyGotham? Check out their call for proposals and submit your talk idea!
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DjangoCon US Call for Proposals open till April 18
As the title says! Get your proposal in now!
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How should I prepare for Python interview?
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tmux session manager and python library
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Deep learning library featuring a higher-level API for TensorFlow.
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Approximate Nearest Neighbor Search for Sparse Data in Python!
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A Python library to assist in developing functions for AWS Lambda.
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Python framework for Telegram Bot API
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You Don't Know Node.js
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Intelligent tmux session management
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Check whether your pypi requirements are up to date
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Scalable and resilient Django with Kubernetes — Harish Narayanan
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Comparing types in Python 3
Look at comparing types between Python2 and 3.
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My First Two Articles For The PSF
This is kind of a metapost but A. Jesse Jiryu Davis is now writing articles for the PSF. He maintains a fantastic development blog, I can only imagine he is going to write great things for the PSF so definitely check them out!
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How to Build a GUI in Python 3.5
Looking to get up to speed with GUI programming in Python 3.5? Look no further this post is a great place to start.
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Interactive Data Analysis with Python and Excel
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The Magic of RPython
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How to build a CRUD application using Flask (Python Framework) Part 2
Part two of a pretty good series to get you started building a simple CRUD application with the Flask web framework.
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Data Normalization in Python
Normalizing your data can be a challenge. Check out this post for some useful tips and strategies.
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Using redis as a task queue
Redis is versatile, this post shows you to use it as a task queue.
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Creating a Virtual Filesystem with Python (and why you need one)
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Embedding Mapbox Plots in Jupyter Notebooks
Jupyter Notebooks are amazing. Learn how to hook up mapbox plots in your notebooks!
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