Issue #336


Oct. 2, 2018

Python 3 and Django releases, Ipython 7.0 Released, Serverless python and much more.

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Django bugfix releases: 2.0.9 and 1.11.16
New bugfix releases for Django 2.0.x and 1.11.x series. Update your versions!
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IPython 7.0 Released!
Pretty great new release with Aync support inside the REPL.
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Django security release issued: 2.1.2
On the latest Django? A security release has been issued for the 2.1.x series. Go ahead and update your version! Stay safe out there!
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Python Release Python 3.7.1rc1
New release candidate for the 3.7.x series! Check it out.
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Python Release Python 3.6.7rc1
Check out this new release candidate for the 3.6.x series! Report any issues you find!
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What tasks have you automated using python, and how much time did you save?
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Should I Abandon JavaScript for Python?
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A minimal, extensible, fast and productive framework for building HTTP APIs with Python 3.6 and later.
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A UI automated testing framework for H5 and applets.
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Open-source implementation of Google Vizier for hyper parameters tuning.
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Python Logging For Humans (Also supports configurable color logging for the terminal!).
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apiron helps you cook a tasty client for RESTful APIs. Just don't wash it with SOAP.
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Multi-class confusion matrix library in Python.
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Fast JSON schema validator for Python.
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Freaky fast fuzzy finder for neovim (denite.nvim matcher) for vim.
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Generates Lenticular Images.
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An API Client package to access the APIs for
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Python library to load dynamically typed data into statically typed data structures.
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Splitting, Concatenating, and Joining Strings in Python
Great for beginners, but also a deeper look under the hood in how these things work in Python.
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How we rolled out one of the largest Python 3 migrations ever
The why's and hows of how the team at Dropbox pulled off one of the largest Python3 migrations ever.
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An attempt to generate true entropy and random data with audio (and your computer's built-in microphone)
As the title says ...
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Custom Celery task states
Celery tasks always have a state, learn about celery's built in states as well as how to add your own custom states.
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CPython Core Developer Sprint 2018
An update on the CPython code developer sprint.
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AWS Lambda + Serverless Framework + Python — A Step By Step Tutorial — Part 1 “Hello Worldâ€
Great way to get started with serverless, dont forget to check out part 2 (linked in the article)
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