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News


Python 3.6.0b1 is now available
Click through for all the details. Get the latest and report any issues!
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Discussion


Keeping a Python script running in the background and binding hotkeys to automate
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Raymond Hettinger:"#python3.6 news: OrderedDict is dead. Long live dicts that are ordered. Regular dicts are ordered and more compact"
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Python Jobs


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Projects


zpyi
The power of python in your Zsh. Easy python scripting in shell.
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pysession
Automatically saves python shell code to a local file or secret Gist.
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PyPattyrn
Design Pattern Templates for Python.
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packyou
Import any python project from github easily.
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pyinfra
Deploy stuff by diff-ing the state you want against the remote server.
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runmultithread
Run the same process with different inputs in different threads.
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tensorflow-wavenet
A TensorFlow implementation of DeepMind's WaveNet paper.
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keras-wavenet
Keras implementation of deepmind's wavenet paper.
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beeprint
Make your debug printing more friendly.
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s3_disk_util
Like `du` but for Amazon S3.
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gdb-dashboard
Modular visual interface for GDB in Python.
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face-search
Face search engine.
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budou
Automatic CJK Line Break Organizer.
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kimchi
An HTML5 management interface for KVM.
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NakedTensor
Bare bottom simplest example of machine learning in TensorFlow.
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dask
Versatile parallel programming with task scheduling.
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Articles


Property-based testing with Hypothesis
Most tests we write are example-based tests, property-based tests run the same test over and over with generated input. Learn how to write property-based tests with Hypothesis.
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The How and Why of Flask-Bitmapist
Awesome write up of how they built Flask Bitmapist.
cuttlesoft.com
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AI challenge in 78 lines (top 5%)
Nothing else needs to be said about this, this is cool.
github.io
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Testing, for people who hate testing
Love to have them, hate to write them. The author describes how to deal with your hate for testing and still accomplish writing good tests.
eev.ee
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Learn All About New Ray Python Framework
An introduction to the new Python Framework, Ray!
livecoding.tv
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Retrace - Configurable, elegant retrying
Retrace is a retry decorator. Learn about the library, extensions and where it could be used in your work.
dougalmatthews.com
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Machine Learning in a Year
A look at a developers 1 year journey from complete machine learning newbie to using it at work.
medium.com
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Doctestability
A look at writing doctests for your Python code.
blaix.com
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Returning a default value from a Python Dictionaries
Nice primer on the providing default values for dictionaries look ups in Python.
dbader.org
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Dask and Celery
Very unfair comparison but good to learn about new task queues.
matthewrocklin.com
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