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pip 1.4 Released (pip-installer.org)
A new version of pip is out. Click through for the release notes before you install as there are some backwards incompatible changes in the latest version.
pypy 2.1 Beta 2 Released (blogspot.ca)
The second beta for PyPy 2.1 has been released, download it, try it out and report any bugs!
virtualenv 1.10 Released (virtualenv.org)
A new version of virtualenv is out. Click through for the release notes before you install as there are some backwards incompatible changes in the latest version.
PyConES 2013: Call for Proposals (pycon.org)
PyCon Spain 2013 call for proposals is open! The first PyCon in Spain will take place this year, from 22nd to 24th November in Madrid.
What does your setup.py look like? (reddit.com)
Mrjob allows you to write map reduce jobs and run it on different platforms like, locally in python, your hadoop cluster and in the cloud using Amazon Elastic MapReduce.
Mailbox is attempting to be Python IMAP for humans. In the spirit of simplicity the author is presenting a simpler and easier to understand IMAP API.
Sandman wants to help you expose your existing apps via a REST API. Check out the relevant blog post too.
Python library to interact with the Chef server API.
Python Developer/MIT Neuroscience (Cambridge, MA/Anywhere)
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setup.py vs. requirements.txt (caremad.io)
There's a lot of misunderstanding between setup.py and requirements.txt and their roles. A lot of people have felt they are duplicated information and have even created tools to handle this "duplication".
First Steps with Celery: How to Not Trip (hairycode.org)
Framework agnostic introduction to Celery, very well thought out and extensive.
Single Artifact Deployments [Slides] (speakerdeck.com)
A new deployment process that makes it super easy and quick to deploy Django applications.
Image Hosting site in 30 Minutes with Django (gun.io)
We love little tutorials like this fun, informative, and quick!
Why Package Signing is not the Holy Grail (caremad.io)