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Issue #118: Pandas

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News


Pandas 0.14.0 has been released
The latest version of Pandas, the python data analysis library is out. Includes official support for Python 3.4 and a lot of other new features. Check it out.
pydata.org
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Python 2.7.7 Released!
Python 2.7.7 was released on May 31, 2014. More details after the jump!
python.org
Shared by @myusuf3
 

Discussion


Why isn't Python most used Language in Big Corporations?
reddit.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Why is type checking not "pythonic"?
reddit.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

Jobs


Lead Developer - Python/Django (Austin, TX) 
Posted By Briggo, Inc. Promoted

Projects


jist
A command-line utility for managing multi-file, multi-directory private gists.
charlesleifer.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Hyhyhy
A "nano-framework" for creating presentations in Python.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

changelog
Cool little project for those devops guys out there. Changelog provides a little way to keep track of changes just before bad things happen. nifty!
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

thriftpy
A pure Python implementation of Apache Thrift.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

you-get
A video downloader that supports many sites like Youtube, Vimeo, Coursera, Blip, Khan Academy, etc.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

django-environ
If you are looking to follow the Config principle of the 12 Factor app and want to store your Django config in the environment. Check out this Django app to load your app's configuration from a .env file and simply your settings.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

redis-mgr
Useful script that allows you to leverage best practices to deploy a Redis cluster with support for sentiment and twemproxy.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

crossbar
This is an application router that allows to build distributed systems where pieces are loosely coupled and communicate in (soft) real-time. Cool demo after the jump!
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

nose-picker
Unfortunate name, but nose-picker allows you to run a subset of your tests at one time. This allows you to distribute your tests and and keep your test runner.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

django-nopassword
Someone actually developed concept of requiring no passwords and sending user a unique link to click to login to their accounts.
github.com
Shared by @_rolf_
 

zato-apitest
Very interesting framework for API testing. Allows you to test HTTP-based REST, XML and SOAP and define your tests in plain english.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

simiki
A simple wiki framework. Check out the demo.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Articles


Is Crossbar.io the Future of Python Web Apps?
Crossbar is an application router that implements WAMP. Nice post where the author talks about Crossbar and wonders if Crossbar could be the future of Python web applications.
tavendo.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

A Brief Digression About Logging
Nice tip for people looking to use Python's logging in their Python Libraries and Applications.
lukasa.co.uk
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

10 Awesome Features of Python 3
Awesome presentation on why you should seriously consider Python 3 and what you are missing out on!
github.io
Shared by @myusuf3
 

Why Python is a Great First Language
Are you teaching someone to program? Maybe you should consider Python as the language you teach them. This is a nice summary of why Python is a great first programming language to learn and why it's great to teach.
trinket.io
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Painting with Code
Very cool post on painting with code and removing repetitive, intricate work involved in some of the highlighted pieces.
ideo.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 
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