Issue #257


March 9, 2017

Python 3.6.1.rc1, CIA and Python, simon, bleach and much more.

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Python 3.6.1rc1 is now available for testing
Check out the release notes and try it out!
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CIA uses Python (a lot)
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Emojify your python script by converting an input script to an output script that functions the same (hopefully) but encodes the code as emojis.
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Introducing Python Fire, a library for automatically generating command line interfaces
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Simple macOS menubar system monitor, written in Python3.6 + pyobjc.
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A Python library for moderation, mediation and conditional process analysis.
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An easy, HTML5, whitelisting HTML sanitizer.
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Bare bones Python implementations of some of the fundamental Machine Learning models and algorithms.
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Machine Learning on Sequential Data Using a Recurrent Weighted Average
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Diagnosing and Fixing Memory Leaks in Python | Fugue
Very in depth look at fixing memory leaks in your python code. Worth the read.
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Python network packet dissection frameworks shootout
Scapy vs Construct vs Hachoir vs Kaitai Struct.
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Automatic Red Eye Remover using OpenCV (C++ / Python)
Red Eye no more!
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Building Microservices with Python, Part 2
Part 2 in a series about building python microservices, great examples to show you how to get going with docker.
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Forecasting Website Traffic Using Facebook’s Prophet Library
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Doom Bots in TensorFlow
Train a ViZDoom python bot with Tensorflow, pretty cool.
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Don't let mutability of compound objects fool you!
Mutability of compound objects can be a Python gotcha. Don't make that mistake again!
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Chain of Command Example
Nice design pattern overview.
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Pixel perfect collision detection in pygame with masks.
Never be frustrated by imperfect collision detection again. Nice tutorial!
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Python Fire is a library for automatically generating command line interfaces (CLIs) from absolutely any Python object.
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