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News and Developments.

 

PyCon Canada 2013 (blogspot.ca)

Heads up! You have just three more weeks to submit your talks, tutorials, and 5 minute lightning talks to PyCon Canada 2013. The deadline is June 21st 2013.

 

Django 1.6 Alpha 1 Released (djangoproject.com)

Bunch of new changes and deprecations, find out how your apps will be affected.

 

Werkzeug and Flask have early Python 3 Support. Testers wanted. (reddit.com)

Do you use Flask and Werkzeug? You should probably help test it, on the  eventual march to Python3.

 

Good News. PyPI is behind a CDN (python.org)

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.

 

Distribute 0.6.42 and Setuptools 0.7b2 Released. (bitbucket.org)

Soon there will only be one.

 

SQLAlchemy Migrated to Git (sqlalchemy.org)

 

 

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Discussions.

PEP 426, 440: draft PEPs for JSON based metadata published. (reddit.com)

 

 

Projects.

 

schedule (github.com)

An in-process scheduler for periodic jobs that uses the builder pattern for configuration.


dictdiffer (github.com)

dictdiffer is a helper module that helps you to diff and patch dictionaries.

 

django-system-monitor (github.com)

This application allows you to monitor, cpu usage, memory usage, network traffic, and top 10 memory using applications.

 

smiley (python.org)

Smiley includes several subcommands for running Python programs and monitoring all of the internal details for recording and reporting.

 

smokesignal (github.com)

smokesignal is a simple python library for sending and receiving signals, general purpose version of Django signals.

 

dagobah (github.com)

Dagobah is a simple dependency-based job scheduler written in Python. It also has a pretty cool workflow graph for interconnected jobs.

 

zato (zato.io)


Python Jobs.

 

 

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Articles.

Speeding up Matplotlib (bastibe.de)

Article still goes through the process of speeding up drawing random points with matplotlib.


A look at some of Python's useful itertools. (github.io)

This article covers must know itertools, quite awesome article for those wanting to jump in or a quick refresher.


Construct Your Testing Data Using Builder Pattern (4teamwork.ch)


Building a Hacker News Clone with Django Part1 (arunrocks.com)

This article with accompanying screencast, teaches you how to build a Hacker News clone with Django.

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