Issue #289


Oct. 24, 2017

PyCon financial aid, SciPy 1.0.0rc2, envbox, how to create charts in Django, and much more.

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SciPy 1.0.0rc2 is out!
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PyCon Opens Financial Aid Applications
Those of you looking for help to get out to this year's Pycon look no further!
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Encrypt files with two different passwords
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Python and the sea of "selfs"
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Best Python “stay fresh†exercises?
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Django Rest Framework Redis MultiTokens.
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Detect environment type and work within.
Shared by @pythonz_net

Simple distributed task processing for Python 3.
Shared by @Bogdanp

a socket mock framework - for all kinds of socket animals, web-clients included.
Shared by @the_mindflayer

Standalone SSH server for Windows.
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Renders papers from Arxiv as responsive web pages so you don't have to squint at a PDF.
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Reinforcement Learning Coach by Intel® Nervanaâ„¢ enables easy experimentation with state of the art Reinforcement Learning algorithms.
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Implementation of Bayesian Recurrent Neural Networks by Fortunato et. al.
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Efficient Counter that uses a limited (bounded) amount of memory regardless of data size.
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Dragonfire is an open-source virtual assistant for Ubuntu based Linux distributions.
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A generalized Pratt parsing framework that uses preconditioned dispatching and can optionally check and overload on simple types.
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Convenient Machine-Learned Auto Brightness.
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Implementing Fisher’s LDA from scratch in Python
Walkthrough on implementing Fisher's LDA.
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How To Create Charts In Django
Generating charts with fusion charts and Django.
Shared by @GoanIdle

Getting the Most out of Sqlite3 with Python
Some sqlite3 pro tips for optimization and working more efficiently.
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Build Your Own Blockchain Part 1
Blockchain curious? Look no further.
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Enhancing Photos with Python
Enhancing pictures with PIL.
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The Cleaning Hand of Pytest
a good endorsement of pytest.
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Careful With That PyPI
Keep secrets out of your environment
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