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PyCon 2014 Speakers announced, Django Debug Toolbar 1.0 beta and much more.

Issue #97: 2013
Friday,  December 20th, 2013

 

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News and Developments.


PyCon 2014 Talks, Tutorials, and Poster selections announced! (blogspot.ca)

If you haven’t already picked up your PyCon 2014 ticket, check out the speaker lineup for the coming conference and get your ticket!

 

Django Debug Toolbar 1.0 Beta is out (google.com)

Version 1.0 beta of the very useful Django Debug Toolbar is out. Try it out and report any bugs you find.

 

 

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Discussions.

 

Useful Python Functions and Features You Need to Know (reddit.com)

Projects.

 

graph-tool (skewed.de)

Fast, powerful and efficient Python module that allows statistical analysis and manipulation of graphs(Networks).

 

pyknon (github.com)

This is a simple music library for python hackers, compose, play, and share.

 

Bayesian Belief Networks (github.com)

Pure Python Bayesian Belief Network framework. Currently supports three different inference methods: Message Passing and the Junction Tree Algorithm, The Sum Product Algorithm and MCMC Sampling for approximate inference.

 

gitto (github.com)

A simple library to allow you to roll your own Git hosting.

 

glances (github.com)

Cross platform curses based monitoring tool for your system.

 

flask-yeoman (github.com)

Make using yeoman with your Flask application an easy task.


 

Python Jobs.

 

Software Engineer (San Francisco, CA)

at Findline Inc.

 

Quantitative Systems Developer (Amsterdam)

at IMC Asset Management.

 

Developer (San Diego, CA)

at WhatRunsWhere.

 

>>> More Python Jobs

 
Articles.


 

Write a Language Detector in 50 Lines of Python (ebookglue.com)

Wondering how Google Chrome browser automatically detects a web sites language? Check this post out to learn how it works and how to write your own language detector in Python.

 

Useful Python Functions and features (pypix.com)

A useful guide Python functions and features to step up your Python game.

 

A Simple Todo List Powered by Flask and RethinkDB (realpython.com)

Looking for an excuse to get started with RethinkDB? Good place to start.

 

Starting a Django 1.6 project the right way (jeffknupp.com)

Django 1.6 is the latest and greatest in the Django world. If you are experienced with Django or looking to get started for the first time its worth taking a look at this post.

 

RESTing securely (silvrback.com)

If you are writing a REST API in Django you probably want to give this post a look. The author outlines some do’s and don'ts as well as how to achieve common patterns in your REST API with Django-Tastypie.

 

A D3 Viewer For Matplotlib Visualizations (github.io)

In this post the author gives a brief developments demo of a tool to plot your matplotlib graphs with D3. Incredible developments for IPython Notebooks.

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