Issue #259


March 23, 2017

New Versions of Django, Python 3.6 and PyPy, better-exceptions, building on top of Jupyter, and much more.

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Django 1.11 release candidate 1 released
The first release candidate for Django 1.11 is out! Click through to the details and more info about this release.
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Python 3.6.1 is now available
More details after the jump.
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PyPy2.7 and PyPy3.5 v5.7
This is a two in one release! This new PyPy2.7 release includes the upstream stdlib version 2.7.13, and PyPy3.5 includes the upstream stdlib version 3.5.3.
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I made Python exceptions a little better
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Is 2.7 still more popular than 3.6?
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Unofficial Medium Python Flask API and SDK
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aeneas is a Python/C library and a set of tools to automatically synchronize audio and text (aka forced alignment)
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Pretty and useful exceptions in Python, automatically.
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A primer in system design with python examples.
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Evolution Strategies in PyTorch.
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Shows lyrics of the currently playing Spotify song, or any song, instantly.
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From iterators to coroutines
Primers on iterators and coroutines.
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A guide to handle & visualize data elegantly
A Beginners guide to pandas and seaborn.
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Building on Top of Jupyter
Nteract javascript tool built on top of Jupyter.
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Class-Based Views vs. Function-Based Views in Django.
If you were ever unclear about the differences (besides them being classes and functions), this is the article for you!
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Using Jinja2 with Django (1.8 onwards)
A popular thing to do is to replace Django's template language with Jinja2 (or other templating languages). Learn about using Jinja2 with your Django 1.8 and later projects.
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Python’s Functions Are First-Class
Function are a few things.
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Running Jupyter notebooks on GPU on AWS
This is a step by step guide to start running deep learning Jupyter notebooks on an AWS GPU instance.
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Deep Learning without Backpropagation
In the article the author attempts to prototype the intuitions behind DeepMind's recently proposed Decoupled Neural Interfaces Using Synthetic Gradients paper.
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Profiling and optimizing your Python code
Useful guide to profile and optimize your Python code!
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