Issue #245


Dec. 1, 2016

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Python 3 Module of the Week
Based on the original PyMOTW series, which covered Python 2.7 comes a set of resources covering Python 3 modules.
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PyDev 5.4.0 Released!
Including beginnings of support for Python 3.6 and if you are interested in supporting PyDev development, click through to check out their crowdfunding campaign.
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The lack of a case against Python 3
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What one thing took your Python to the next level
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What are some cool features that you discovered about python?
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FOSS Heartbeat analyses the health of a community of contributors.
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Easy way to do HTML parsing and building XPath.
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Mutation testing library.
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Neural network that can "write" rap songs -- other python files help it deliver the raps.
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End-to-end sentence level English speech recognition based on DeepMind's WaveNet and tensorflow.
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An implementation of "Tracking the World State with Recurrent Entity Networks".
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Versatile HTTP traffic mocking and expectations right done for Python.
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Open source driving agent.
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Della is a Django app for managing Secret Santa/Gift Exchange.
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A pytest plugin to trace resource leaks.
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Five Whys on Requests 2.12
Requests 2.12 was a tough release and broke a lot of users, this is still ongoing but the author attempts to do a public “five whys†post-mortem on the issues.
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Asset Pricing using Extreme Liquidity Risk with Python (Part-1)
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Simplifying complex business logic with Python's Kanren
Interesting examples of using logic programming in Python for business logic with the Kanren library.
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Practical Naive Bayes — Classification of Amazon Reviews
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Getting started with pytest
Learn how to get started with pytest from one of the creators of Django.
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Check Whether All Items Match a Condition in Python
Show me all the ways I can use `any` and `all` to match all items to a condition in Python.
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How code linting will make you awesome at Python
Improve your Python programming skills with code linting.
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The (lack of a) case against Python 3
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