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Issue #248: Incisive

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Python 2.7.13 released
Check out the latest bugfix release for the 2.7.x series.
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Talk, Poster, Education Summit proposals
Proposals are due January 3rd — but feel free to submit them now!
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Cool New Features in Python 3.6 Video Walkthrough
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What was your favorite Python talk of 2016?
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Can someone explain David Beazley's tweet?
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Python Jobs

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rasa NLU is a tool for intent classification and entity extraction.
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x86 encoder decoder.
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Python humanize functions.
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Renders TeXy Math for Github Readmes.
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Adaptation of PixelCNN.
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How to remotely monitor your Raspberry Pi processes.
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A practical guide to securing macOS.
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My simple rogue-like game for Telegram.
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Powerful analytics and cohort library using Redis bitmaps.
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The Udacity open source self-driving car project.
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Tensorflow implementation of Human-Level Control through Deep Reinforcement Learning.
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Embrace the APIs of the future.
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Elizabeth is a fast and easier to use Python library for generating dummy data, which are very useful when you need to bootstrap the database in the testing phase of your software.
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Deep Translation and Rotation Equivariance.
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Python on iOS
A look at Pythonista, your python environment on iOS.
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Building a Financial Model with Pandas - Version 2
Part 2 of the series learning how to build financial models with Python.
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Using Docker and Docker Compose for Local Development and Small Deployments | Codementor
Look at docker for your local development and small deployment of Python apps.
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