Issue #225


July 14, 2016

Django Rest Framework 3.4, Ipython 5.0, Chalice and much more.

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Django Rest Framework 3.4 Released
Version 3.4 of the fantastic Django Rest Framework has been released, check it out!
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Release of IPython 5.0
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Understanding uwsgi, threads, processes, and GIL
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Python Serverless Microframework for AWS.
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Zsh plugin to automatically switch python virtualenvs when traversing directories.
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Verify the configuration of your OS X machine.
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A simple script to automate the creation of the cheapest AWS spot instances given your requirements.
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User-mode driver and GTK3 based GUI for Steam Controller.
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Is Python's documentation very poorly organized?
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Calm is an extension to Tornado Framework that provides decorators and other tools to easily implement RESTful APIs.
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Performance-focused replacement for Python's urlparse module.
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An AI Based Chatbot.
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List of languages that compile to python.
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Personal assistant for GNU/Linux.
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A Python 3.5 script that tweets about new releases of artists that you follow.
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A web-based dashboard built on graphs and their metadata.
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Beckett: An API Client Framework
Beckett is a convention-based framework for building Python interfaces around HTTP APIs. Learn more about it here.
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Declarative statistical visualization library for Python.
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1.3 aka "And Now for Something Completely Different"
Interesting look on why Asciicinema switched back to Python from go.
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A Python ate my GUI — Part 2
A continued look at options for building GUI's with Python.
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Building Read It Later Mobile Application Using Ionic Framework
Pretty nice tutorial for building a mobile app with the Iconic Framework and the tweepy, flask and newspaper libraries.
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Visualizing relationships between python packages.
Awesome article making use of the Github data set to plot library relationships.
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Python and VS Code
I know everyone uses sublime, but give this a chance, its starting to look compelling.
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Would You Survive the Titanic? A Guide to Machine Learning in Python!
Super fun article, to walk you through a beginners guide to machine learning.
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