Two Scoops of Django(2scoops.org) Brought you by Django sweethearts Daniel Greenfeld and Audrey Roy. This book contains insights for new to intermediate Django developer as well as best practices for Django 1.5.
doko (bitbucket.org) Interesting command line tool for determining location with various different strategies.
pypush (github.com) Cool little project for handling remote file async in real time. This program monitor specific folders for changes and uploads them remotely for backup.
sublime-snake(github.com) Need a break on those long coding marathons. Check out this simple
baboon project(baboon-project.org) Ever been working a super late night to get that super secret project and as you are about to call it a night, you are greeted by the beautiful merge conflict message. This project aims to let you know as soon as conflict occur in real time.
fn.py(github.com) Implementation of of the missing “batteries” when it comes to functional programming in Python. Those of you interested functional programming in python should check this out.
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Hacking Super Mario Bros. with Python(github.com) This is pretty amazing article on how versatile python really is. With a few hours to kill Jakedecided to scrape super mario roms to make some gifs with actual super mario images with numpy and matplotlib.
An introduction to pytest(pythontesting.net) There are plenty of Python Testing frameworks out there and pytest is another one that seems to be picking up some steam. This is a pretty exhaustive introduction to pytest, so definitely a worthwhile read if this is something you are looking to learn about.