Issue #236


Sept. 29, 2016

Django Security Releases, async python, Monkeypatching and much more.

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Django security releases issued: 1.9.10 and 1.8.15
Upgrade now, more details after the jump!
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Graphene 1.0 - Production Ready!
Graphene, a GraphQL framework for Python, reaches his 1.0 release. Check it out!
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I'm writing a music composer in Python. Here's it's first batch of music!
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A Python IDE.. written in Python!
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Quick Tip: O(1) vs O(N) dictionary `in` search
Please read this.
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Web-PDB is a web-interface for Python's built-in PDB debugger. It allows to debug Python scripts remotely in a web-browser.
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Retro RPG Game Maker
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Generating faces with deconvolution networks
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A Platform for Developing AI Systems
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A simple interface for editing natural photos with generative neural networks. Simply amazing, give the video after the jump a look too.
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Convert scans of handwritten notes to beautiful, compact PDFs
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Command-line tools for Azure.
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This is a library to generate fake data. It's very useful if you need to bootstrap your database quickly.
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A deep learning software that easily generates images with a few brushstrokes.
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A library for benchmarking vulnerability to adversarial examples
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An Introduction to Stock Market Data Analysis with Python (Part 2)
We linked part 1 previously, time to follow up and check out part 2!
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Asynchronous Python
The rundown on Asynchronous Python!
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Mocks and Monkeypatching in Python
Great tutorial, check this out to help step your testing game up.
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Python UDFs in Amazon Redshift
UDF stands for user-defined function, learn how to define this with python in Amazon Redshift.
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Shallow Dive into Django ORM
A look at many to many relationships in Django.
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ES2015 and React in pure Python environment
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