Issue #227


July 28, 2016

Bokeh visualizations, 4.2, httpolice, and much more.

Issue #227: Rapidash
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News 4.2 Released!
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Don't assign lambdas to variables. Define functions, instead.
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OnionBalance provides load-balancing and redundancy for Tor hidden services.
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The fastest Pokémon Go Map available.
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Electron App around PokemonGo-Map.
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Online natural language processing with word vectors.
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Neural networks for monitoring cardiac data.
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Algorithms implemented in Python
A bunch of algorithms implemented in Python.
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A security tool for grabbing screenshots of many web hosts.
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Lint for HTTP.
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A Teacher-Student task management system built in Django.
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Introduction to Zipline
Learn about zipline, a trading library for Python. Great overview of some of zipline's benefits and getting started with using it.
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Visualization with Bokeh
Good tutorial to get you going with Visualizations with Bokeh.
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Writing type stubs for numpy
Look at writing Mypy type stubs for numpy. This allows you to stub out the type annotations for the code you don't know. Check out this and all their other coverage on Mypy linked in the article.
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An Intro to asyncio
Learn how to get started with asyncio (in Python 3).
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How to use Python’s min() and max() with nested lists
Pretty in depth tutorial within. Dealing with nested lists can be a pain, this shows you how to use Python's min and max with nested lists.
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Drawing animated GIFs with matplotlib
This is super cool(and simple!). Check it out.
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A Python Algorithmic Trading Engine with BackTest, Portfolio Calculation and Free Day Data.
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SMS Sentiment Analysis in Python with Flask and the IBM Watson Twilio Add-on
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Stupid Python Tricks: Abusing Explicit Self
Do some dumb things with Python's explicit self.
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