Issue #266


May 11, 2017

Pandas, Kivy, and much more.

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EuroPython 2017: Talk voting results
The results for EuroPython 2017 talk voting are in, click through to learn more.
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Pandas v0.20.1 Released.
Chick through for all the details of this release!
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Kivy 1.10.0 Released
Follow the link for more details.
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Worth the switch to Pycharm?
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10 awesome features of Python that you can't use because you refuse to upgrade to Python 3
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Deformable Convolutional Networks.
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Bring both Google Assistant and Alexa to yor RPi.
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🗄 Save an archived copy of all websites starred using Pocket. Outputs browseable html.
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A framework for training and evaluating AI models on a variety of openly available dialog datasets.
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A tool for performing online schema changes on MySQL.
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An experimentation system for Reinforcement Learning using OpenAI Gym, Tensorflow, and Keras.
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A micro service for business intelligence and analytics which uses SQL queries to generate reporting APIs with fine-grained security.
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Python package for generating and drawing (fractal)trees.
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Speedml is a Python package to speed start machine learning projects.
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One Security vulnerability assessment.
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redis client for Python asyncio (has support for redis server, sentinel and cluster).
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Building a Simple Birthday App with Flask-SQLAlchemy
Build a birthday tool using Facebooks api.
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The other half of binary search
Learn about binary search and how to think about it!
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Adventures in JIT compilation: Part 4 - in Python
A JIT for Brainfuck.
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A game of tokens: write an interpreter in Python with TDD - Part 1
Learn about writing an interpreter in Python, also learn about applying TDD to the process.
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The Many Layers of Packaging
Learn maybe everything you want to know about Python packaging.
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4 Python libraries for building great command-line user interfaces.
Lots of popular choices here, check them out!
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