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News


Re-election of the DSF Board: Call for candidates
Its that time again, election time for the Django Software Foundation board and as such DSF is calling for candidates to stand for election to the DSF board. Click through to learn more about DSF positions, and a little bit about the process.
djangoproject.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Motor 0.5 Beta: asyncio, async and await, simple aggregation
The 0.5 Beta of Motor, the Asynchronous Python driver for Tornado and MongoDB is out, check it out and report any issues. For more details click through to the post.
emptysqua.re
Shared by @myusuf3
 

Discussion


What skill level do companies look for when hiring programmers?
reddit.com
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Jobs

Projects


ufora
Compiled, automatically parallel Python for data science
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

sen
Pretty nice looking terminal interface for docker engine.
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

paasta
A distributed platform as a service from the crew at yelp including components such as docker, mesos, Marathon, Chronos, and more.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

whatsdeployed
Pretty useful project, a small flask app that shows you what has been deployed from a Github repo on various server environments.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

flask-apispec
flask-apispec is a lightweight tool for building REST APIs in Flask.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

featherweight_web_api
Expose Python functions (or class methods) as a web-enabled function for others to call.
github.com
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

slackipy
A little flask web application to automatically invite users to your slack channel.
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

Agent
A simple decorator to create python 3.5 asynchronous iterators via yields
github.com
Shared by @myusuf3
 

pytest-logbook
Capture and show logbook logging output in your pytest test runs.
python.org
Shared by @nicoddemus
 

Articles


Why proposals are due so many months before PyCon
Learn a little bit about the PyCon talk proposal process in this article.
blogspot.ca
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Setting Up a BDD Stack on a Django Application
Are you interested in BDD? Are you interested in DJango? If so check out this tutorial to get a BDD stack set up in your Django application.
semaphoreci.com
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The Best Machine Learning Libraries in Python
A rundown of the top machine learning libraries for Python. Check this out if machine learning is relevant to your interests!
stackabuse.com
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Initial Data in Django
Whats the best way to get your initial data in Django project?
caktusgroup.com
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Customizing the Flask Response Class
Replacing the stock Flack Response Class with your own. Nice tutorial.
miguelgrinberg.com
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Essential Python Tools to help with Code Quality.
I don't know if I would call these tools essential. However, its definitely worth checking out and see if there is anything in here to improve your toolkit!
aboumrad.info
Shared by @mgrouchy
 

Building Interactive Dashboards with Jupyter
Fantastic tutorial for creating really useful interactive dashboards in jupyter.
dominodatalab.com
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5 easy to fix code review finds that boost your software security
Here are some easy targets to identify security problems during routine code reviews.
quantifiedcode.com
Shared by @quantifiedcode
 

Counting Things in Python: A History
Who would have known that a history of all the ways to count things in Python would be interesting?
treyhunner.com
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Orthogonal Distance Regression in Python 
rtwilson.com
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Controlling Business State Transitions with Zato, Python and REST 
zato.io
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