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News


PyCon Sweden 2015
There is a CFP for PyCon Sweden 2015! If you itching to give your first talk or seasoned speaker! Give it a look!
pycon.se
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Support Django
Django Fellowship is raising funds for continued full time development for Django! First 3 month have been successful! Support Django!
djangoproject.com
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Django Fellowship Program: A retrospective
A look back at Tim Graham's last 3 months in the Django's fellowship program.
djangoproject.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Discussion


So 8 PEPs are currently being proposed for Python 3.5. Which one(s) are you most in support of?
reddit.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Is Kivy a viable option for a standard everyday app?
reddit.com
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Jobs

Projects


ph-slack
Phabricator Slack Notification integration.
github.com
Shared by @psjay_peng
 

rdbms-subsetter
Neat project that generates a subset of a relational database that respects foreign key constraints.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

ocropy
Got a picture of text you need transcribed? Python-based OCR package using recurrent neural networks.
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

ZeroNet
Tool to allow you to create decentralized websites using Bitcoin crypto and BitTorrent network.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

metamon
Collection of Ansible Playbooks to quickly start your Django Application!
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

beeswithmachineguns
Cool little utility that allows you to create many micro Amazon EC2 Instances to load test web applications.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Articles


6 Python Performance Tips
A few tips to get your Python code running that much faster!
newrelic.com
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Python Emacs Wiki Guide
A detailed Wiki guide for people planning to use Python in emacs.
wikemacs.org
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Using Celery With Flask
Detailed tutorial to help you get starting using Celery with your next Flask application.
miguelgrinberg.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

The Function
Everything you wanted to know about functions in Python.
intermediatepythonista.com
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The scope of index variables in Python's for loops
Always something good coming out of Eli's blog. This is a good post talking about scoping of variables in python for loops and an exploration of how these things work under the hood.
thegreenplace.net
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

PyCharm: The Good Parts I
Wondering about PyCharm, this series of articles tries to take a look at the good parts. Also check out part two!
nafiulis.me
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If you don't use "with", when does Python close files? The answer is: It depends.
A nice exploration of what happens when you don't use the `with` when you open files in Python.
lerner.co.il
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11 Python Libraries You Might Not Know
Nice list of Python libraries you might not have heard about yet, our own Mahdi's Delorean tops the list!
yhathq.com
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Let's Write an LLVM Specializer for Python! (Stephen Diehl)
Fantastic Article. The author takes you through a deep dive of creating a single module Numba-like compiler for Python.
stephendiehl.com
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Faster, more memory efficient and more ordered dictionaries on PyPy
They cover more performance improvements as well as some background on the new ordered dictionaries and how they were implemented before and now!
blogspot.ca
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Automatic generation of vectorized functions with Blaze and Numba
This post covers details about how to speed up your code with numba and blazed through vectorization!
continuum.io
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