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June 12, 2018

Celery 4.2.0 released, get up to speed with Python 3.6, chaostoolkit, genquest ,and much more.

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Celery 4.2.0 released
Click through to see the latest in this celery release! Lots of changes here.
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Fastest way to get up to speed with Python 3.6?
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Build a voice interface in three minutes with PORCUPiNE
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CLI for your Chaos Engineering Experiments Automation.
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Search the best feature subset for you classification mode.
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Automatic question generation by using NLP.
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Generating numbers from movies, one movie at a time.
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Python parentheses primer
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Advanced computing with IPython
Go beyond the basics with IPython!
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Preparing the ecosystem for GPU, distributed, and sparse arrays.
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