Issue #313


April 24, 2018

PyGotham 2018 CFP, PyCon 2018 CoC updates, hypertools, optimizing comprehensions and much more.

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PyGotham 2018 Call for Papers
Interested in speaking at PyGotham? The CFP is open now until May 21, 2018 04:00 UTC. GO ahead and submit!
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Code of Conduct Updates for PyCon 2018
There have been code of conduct updates for PyCon 2018. Check it out and familiarize yourself.
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What is the hardest/weirdest thing you have automated with Python?
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Model summary in PyTorch similar to `model.summary()` in Keras.
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A pytorch implementation of Detectron. Both training from scratch and inferring directly from pretrained Detectron weights are available.
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A python toolbox for gaining geometric insights into high-dimensional data.
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Simple Tensorflow implementation of "Multimodal Unsupervised Image-to-Image Translation".
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Pytorch implementation of MaxPoolingLoss.
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Generate sentence of context, along with keywords.
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Python script for posting to multiple subreddits automagically.
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Convert large numbers into readable numbers for humans.
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Command-line interface creation for lazy people using type hints.
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Translates the Python help text to any language, for helping world-wide programming learning.
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A python logging handler that streams the log record to S3.
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script to generate event certificates easily.
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Build Your Own Photo Sharing App in 5 minutes.
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Pipenv: A Guide to the New Python Packaging Tool
Pipenv is the new hotness in Python packaging. If you aren't familiar with it, this is a great place to get started.
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Writing a simple SOCKS server in Python
Learn how to write a tiny and basic SOCKS 5 server in Python 3.6.
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Build an Instagram “Pin†Effect in Python with Dlib
Cool tutorial!
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Python Modules and Packages
Every wonder what you didnt know about Python modules and packages? This about covers it!
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On Incomplete HTTP Reads and the Requests Library In Python
Learn something new about the requests library and what to do if you are worried about incomplete reads.
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Getting started with Python testing
New articles about this all the time but it never gets old.
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Transforming Python ASTs to Optimize Comprehensions
Optimize comprehensions, longread but good!
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