ImportPython Weekly Newsletter - Issue No 51

3 years ago

Text only:

ImportPython Newsletter
Issue 51.
View In Browser
Conversation with Matt Makai of
If you haven't heard of I suggest you pay a visit. We sat down with matt and talked about ( read interviewed ) on fullstackpython, how developers can help/contribute to it and his book on python deployments.
Game of Life with Python
The game of life consists of a grid of cells where each cell can be dead or alive and the state of the cells can change at each time step. The state of a cell at the time step t depends on the state of the grid at time t-1 and it is determined with a very simple rule:
A cell is alive if it's already alive and has two living neighbours, or if it has three live neighbours.
Continually updated Data Science Python Notebooks: Spark, Hadoop MapReduce, HDFS, AWS, Kaggle, scikit-learn, matplotlib, pandas, NumPy, SciPy, and various command lines.

The title says it all.
Ops Lessons on Instant Temporary IPython Notebooks
data science
For the past four months, the Jupyter developers -- in collaboration with Rackspace, Nature, and O'Reilly Media -- have been working on several experiments to give developers, data scientists, and researchers instant access to IPython Notebooks.
Updated instructions for compiling SQLite with JSON and FTS5 support
With the 3.9.0 release, building SQLite with these two extensions is now very straightforward. Here are the step by step instructions.
Announcing PyCharm 5 EAP 143.165: Docker Integration
PyCharm 5 EAP build 143.165, bringing Docker integration and a lot of other important improvements. Please download the build from EAP page.
Testing PyMongo As A Black Pipe
This is the second article in my six-part series on "black pipe" testing. PyMongo, the official Python client for MongoDB, is a great example of a connected application that can't be fully tested as a black box.
Python Week at Packt Publishing
book review
Packt Publishing is offer a free Python Book every week and loads of discounts. Check it out.
An Intro to argparse
core python
Have you ever wondered how to process command line arguments in Python? Yeah, theres a module for that. Its called argparse, which is a replacement for optparse. In this article, well be taking a whirlwind tour of this helpful module.
Booktype 2.0 released, enabling authors and publishers to create books in their browser
Booktype 2.0 is based on the principle of single source publishing and allows authors to create beautiful books for print and digital distribution. Publishers can use Booktype to manage their entire catalogue in one place, providing authors, translators and proofreaders with all the tools they need.
Booktype is build using Python.
Lead Platform Python Engineer at Oden Technologies
New York, NY, United States
awesome-aws -
764 Stars, 35
A curated list of awesome AWS libraries, open source repos, guides, blogs, and other resources.
status -
36 Stars, 8
HTTP Status for Humans
django_model_helpers -
19 Stars, 2
Helper classes for Django models
skype-osint -
17 Stars, 4
Python OSINT Tool to retrieve information from Skype
Joint-Bayesian -
15 Stars, 6
According to the paper "Bayesian Face Revisited: A Joint Formulation",The Joint Bayesian implemented by Python
TweetMonitor -
5 Stars, 1
Keep an eye on specific keywords being posted on Twitter
taskzilla -
3 Stars, 1
A bugzilla like app for NGOs to share and collaborate on tasks they want to be done
TwitterBot -
3 Stars, 1
Keep an eye on specific keywords being posted on Twitter -
2 Stars, 0
Property-based testing library for Python
load-balancer -
2 Stars, 1
A simple load balancer with Vagrant + NGINX + Tornado + MySQL
© 2014-2015 UpToSomething And Co.
You are receiving this email because you opted in on our website. You can unsubscribe whenever
you like. unsubscribe.
UpToSomething And Co
Om Elegance, Bld 3, Malad W
Mumbai, India 400064

Deel deze nieuwsbrief op

© 2018