Issue #314


May 1, 2018

New EuroPython 2018 website, Python 2.7.15 released, xkcd, rh, castero and much more.

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EuroPython 2018: Website Launched
Check it out! Has details about the upcoming conference and more!
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Python 2.7.15 Released
A bugfix release for Python 2.7.x is out. If you are on 2.7.x update your versions. Check out the site for more details on this release.
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xkcd Environment
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Project-level extensions for Visual Studio Code.
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Organize your meme image cluster in a better format using OCR from the meme to sort them using tesseract along with editing memes by segmenting them using OpenCV within a directory.
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Free and cross-platform IDE for pseudocode and Python.
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Utility for sharing snippets easily.
Shared by @mgrouchy

Real-time analysis of bitcoin markets with Kafka and Tensorflow Serving.
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Resource Harvester - a tool to gather low-level system data and make it easy to use programmatically.
Shared by @mgrouchy

Wake-word engine benchmark framework.
Shared by @myusuf3

Hierarchical Tkinter wrapper for Python.
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Command line podcast client.
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Analyze and generate reports of web logs (NGINX).
Shared by @myusuf3

A lightweight opinionated ETL framework, halfway between plain scripts and Apache Airflow.
Shared by @jankatins


Visualizing Pandas' Pivoting and Reshaping Functions
Some nice visualizations to help you understand pandas pivoting and reshaping functions.
Shared by @myusuf3

How to have a great first PyCon
Make the most out of your first PyCon experience.
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Developing an Asynchronous Task Queue in Python
Create an async task queue with redis and pythons multiprocessing library.
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An introduction to Python bytecode
Get a great introduction into Python bytecode and some of the "how" in how Python works.
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Python Exceptions: An Introduction
Good article for beginners to learn about how Exceptions work in Python.
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