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Python 3.6.0 release candidate is now available
There is now a release candidate out for Python 3.6.0, click through for more details to check it out.
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Django bugfix release issued: 1.10.4, 1.9.12, 1.8.17
Django bugfix releases are out, time to upgrade your versions!
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Python Release 2.7.13rc1
There is now a release candidate out for Python 2.7.13, click through for more details to check it out. Just call it Python 2.8 ::P
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Fogging Your Google Search History with Python
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How to Create A New Python Module (and deploy it using pip)
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If Reddit were written from scratch today, which Python web framework would it use and why?
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A software platform for measuring and training an AI's general intelligence across the world's supply of games, websites and other applications.
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Learning to Learn in TensorFlow.
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Analyze how a Git repo grows over time.
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Automation for unity mobile game apps.
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Python's Filesystem abstraction layer.
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A powerful and extensible wireless drop box.
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A starter agent that can solve a number of universe environments.
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Get things from one computer to another, safely.
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Threaded Asynchronous Magic and How to Wield It
Primer on Asynchronous Programming in Python.
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Basics of using the readline library
Annoyed with REPLs where you can't edit lines? well readlines is how you would fix it.
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Embedding python in C++ with boost::python – Steve Lorimer – Yammerings on C++, Linux and other random topics that interest me
cool articles on enabling people through embedded python.
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Visualizing Tweet Vectors Using Python
Placing tweet with similar sentiment on 2d plane using NLP and a bit of machine learning.
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Tracking Down a Freaky Python Memory Leak
Epic tale of tracking down a memory leak. We have all been there. I feel you :(
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Python For Feature Films: Programming Images to Life
Awesome blog on how python is used in your favourite movies. Read entire blog so cool.
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