Issue #229


Aug. 11, 2016

PyPy funding from Mozilla, Building a simple interpreter and much more.

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PyPy gets funding from Mozilla for Python 3.5 support
Mozilla has awarded $200,000 in funding for work on PyPy 3.5 support. Pretty great!
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Micropython v1.8.3 released!
Many small improvements and additions here, click through for the changelog.
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Requests vs. urllib: What problem does it solve?
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Designing Pythonic APIs - learning from Requests
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What is the advantage of Anaconda over installing modules yourself? : Python
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Swagger/OpenAPI First framework for Python on top of Flask with automatic endpoint validation and OAuth2 support.
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Dump redis databases, load data into redis - in Python.
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Like diff but for PostgreSQL schemas.
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Image Processing with Cellular Neural Networks in Python.
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A lightweight, markdownish markup language.
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Image Completion with Deep Learning in TensorFlow.
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Algorithm Trading web application with Python, Django, PyQt5 and Javascript.
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Very simple implementation of Neural Algorithm of the Artistic Style (Gatys et al. -
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Console based database editor.
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Keras code and weights files for popular deep learning models.
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QArt Python Implementation.
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Text Summarization for Humans.
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Text encryption with a twist.
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Controlling uncertainty on web applications and APIs
Pretty cool. Great look at some strategies for dealing with uncertainty in your web applications like dropped requests, bad network, etc.
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Partial application and piping with AST transformation
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Linear regression
The always great Eli Bendersky on with a great article about linear regression.
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Image Completion with Deep Learning in TensorFlow
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Getting Started with Python, Bottle and Twilio SMS/MMS
Nice tutorial to get something going quick with Bottle to send twilio SMS and MMS's.
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What problem does it solve?
Nick Coghlan takes a critical look at what problem the `requests` library solves when compared to urllib.
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Designing Pythonic APIs
A look at designing great Pythonic API's using the `requests` library as guidance.
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Why ptpython is the only REPL you will ever need
An argument that you should check out ptpython as your python REPL. Looks nice, lots of useful features.
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Let’s Build A Simple Interpreter. Part 10.
These articles are amazing, follow along or start at Part 1.
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