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Looks like Django 2.0 (current master) won't support Python 2.
Everything is slowly moving to Python 3, looks like its time to start migrating your code base.
Shared by @mgrouchy

matplotlib 2.0 had been released
Click through for all the release notes!
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Python 3.5.3 Released!
Follow the link for more info.
Shared by @myusuf3

Django 1.11 alpha 1 released
The first stage in the Django 1.11 release cycle, click through for more details and links to the 1.11 release notes.
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Django 2.0 (now on master) will not support Python 2
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Dismissing Python Garbage Collection at Instagram
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If r/Python had a r/CrazyIdeas section, what would be the craziest ideas?
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Exports systemd logs to an external service, eg cloudwatch, elasticsearch.
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NumPy interface with mixed backend execution.
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Hide screen when boss is approaching.
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Real-time LED strip music visualization using Python and the ESP8266 or Raspberry Pi.
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A convolutional neural network that identifies water in satellite images.
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An awesome iTerm2 backend for Matplotlib, so you can plot directly in your terminal.
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Subprocesses for Humans 2.0.
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A package that includes Tensor computation (like numpy) with strong GPU acceleration and Deep Neural Networks built on a tape-based autograd system.
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A Package to search lyrics from different web sources.
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8-bit raspberry pi game.
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Tracking Down a Freaky Python Memory Leak (Part 2)
We have all been there tracking down a memory leak in Python. If you haven't take a look before its your turn.
Shared by @mbenbernard

Tutorial: Deep Learning in PyTorch
Wanna get up to speed on PyTorch here is a tutorial on it.
Shared by @myusuf3

Dismissing Python Garbage Collection at Instagram
By dismissing garbage collection Instagram improves efficiency by 10%, read on.
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Running Numba on PyPy
Tutorial on how to get Numba setup on PyPy.
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Assert Statements in Python
Little rundown of testing using asserts.
Shared by @dbader_org

NYC Subway Math
Awesome article breaking down wait time and various other stat for NYC Subways.
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Python 3.4.6 Released!
Follow the link for more info.
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Easy deprecations in Python with @deprecated
Rundown on @deprecated with Python.
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The only problem with Python 3’s str is that you don’t grok it
A bytes is not a string
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Machine learning in Python with scikit-learn
A nice video serious to level up your knowledge of Machine Learning.
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