Guido van Rossum, Python’s Benevolent Dictator for Life, gave an excellent talk about Tulip to San Francisco’s Python Users’ Group. Tulip is the present and future of asynchronous I/O in Python and which has been included in Python 3.4.
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Wheels are the new standard of python distribution and are intended to replace eggs. Among other advantages, they offer faster installation and allow secure digital signing. Support is offered in pip >= 1.4 and setuptools >= 0.8.
A hacking game. You write Python programs to control your robots. The server runs your program against other players' programs and assigns it a rating. You can climb up the ranks by rewriting your program to make it smarter.