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Common Pitfalls with Django and South - Andrew Ingram

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Better Python APIs

Python comes with a large number of built-in functions, operators and keywords.
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Minesweeper in Matplotlib - Pythonic Perambulations

Lately I’ve been playing around with interactivity in matplotlib. A couple
weeks ago, I discussed briefly how to use event callbacks to …
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Behavior Driven Development in Python with Lettuce - fRui Apps Blog

Behavior Driven Development in Python with Lettuce - fRui Apps Blog | Python-es | Scoop.it

Lets talk about Behavior Driven Development in this post. In software development we usually start with a specification, coming from the manager/client/customer. The specification contains the user stories that define the behavior of the application. Given a behavior is where we start in, it is always good if we modularize our approach and integrate that in our coding practise. BDD or Acceptance Test has evolved out of established agile practices and is designed to make them more accessible and effective for teams new to agile software delivery.

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Machine Learning for Astronomy with Scikit-learn — Machine Learning for Astronomy with Scikit-learn

Machine Learning for Astronomy with Scikit-learn — Machine Learning for Astronomy with Scikit-learn | Python-es | Scoop.it
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Revolution blahg | Mocking python's file open() builtin

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CodernityDB pure #python, NoSQL, fast database — CodernityDB

CodernityDB pure #python, NoSQL, fast database — CodernityDB | Python-es | Scoop.it
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Bootstrap your Django admin in 3 minutes - Python / Javascript / Django coding notes by Riccardo Forina

Bootstrap your Django admin in 3 minutes - Python / Javascript / Django coding notes by Riccardo Forina | Python-es | Scoop.it
And do it without changing your existing codebase!
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7 Python Libraries you should know about

7 Python Libraries you should know about | Python-es | Scoop.it

7 Librerías para Python muy interesantes y no tan conocidas como deberían

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Videos interesantes de la PyConCa 2012

Videos interesantes de la PyConCa 2012 | Python-es | Scoop.it
A pure python genetic algorithms framework   Dancing with big data: Disco + inferno   Integrating geocode data with python   Science and python: retrospective of a (mostly) successfu...
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Not Exactly Tim the Enchanter [ brack3t ]

Django has always been hailed as having great, awesome documentation. And, for the most part, this distinction has been deserved. But every once in a while, you find an area that's just...lacking. An area that you know exists but you've never gone into because it didn't come up and no one else used it but then you finally got a reason to use it...and then you find out it's so lacking in documentation that you have to dive into the source code.

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radio free python - episode 10

radio free python - episode 10 | Python-es | Scoop.it

Includes an interview with Barry Warsaw

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Realtime Replay Logs with Redis | Blog | Django Development | Lincoln Loop

Realtime Replay Logs with Redis | Blog | Django Development | Lincoln Loop | Python-es | Scoop.it

One thing nearly every realtime site needs is a replay log. Public networks are inherintly unstable (doubly so for mobile). If a client disconnects for a short period of time, users will expect to receive any data it missed when it reconnects. That’s where a replay log comes in. It keeps a log of all activity and, when a client reconnects, it streams all the data it is missing.

 

The architecture of the solution is platform-agnostic (JavaScript, Python, Ruby), but I’ll use Python and JavaScript in my examples because that’s what we use.

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PyCon España 2013

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Tutoriales PyCon Argentina 2012

Tutoriales PyCon Argentina 2012 | Python-es | Scoop.it
4° Conferencia de Python Argentina 2012 Jueves 15 de Noviembre Buenos Aires UrbanStation (Downtown) http://ar.pycon.org/2012
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Adding South Migrations to your Django Project Post-factum | Stackful.io

What If I Have Already Defined my Models and Modified the Database?


So, we have this pretty project that has been deployed to production and we are working on our local development version. How do we switch to South migrations and update both our local database and the production one? Well, use the docs, Luke! Well, unfortunately for me, the docs are a bit terse, and I prefer to go over all the details before attempting a migration that can potentially break my production system. Better safe than sorry.

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¿Por qué usar netCDF?

¿Por qué usar netCDF? | Python-es | Scoop.it
Primero de todo empezaremos por el principio ¿Qué es netCDF? Es un conjunto de librerías (o bibliotecas) y un formato de datos que son: auto-descriptivo ya que incluye información acerca de los dat...
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The “Invent with Python” Blog — Programming AI Bots for Zombie Dice

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Análisis Cluster (II): Clasificación no supervisada mediante clasificación jerárquica aglomerativa

Análisis Cluster (II): Clasificación no supervisada mediante clasificación jerárquica aglomerativa | Python-es | Scoop.it
(Este es el segundo capítulo de la mini-serie de artículos sobre análisis cluster que estamos haciendo en pybonacci, si todavía no has leído el artículo inicial échale un ojo ahora). Como vimos ant...
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How To Write A Calculator in 50 Python Lines (Without Eval)

Introduction In this post I will demonstrate how to parse and calculate an arithmetic expression a general-purpose parser. When we’re done, we’ll be able to handle expressions such as 1...
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Continuous integration of Django projects with Jenkins

Continuous integration of Django projects with Jenkins | Python-es | Scoop.it
Building and testing Django projects with Jenkins...
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kvh: Getting started with Ramp: Detecting insults #python

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GIS with Python, Shapely, and Fiona - macwright.org

GIS with Python, Shapely, and Fiona - macwright.org | Python-es | Scoop.it
Usually this blog is about things made here. This post isn’t.

 

Shapely and Fiona are essential Python tools for geospatial programming written by Sean Gillies. Use them instead of ESRI’s Python toolchain. They are free, stable, and mean you can post your code on GitHub and nonrich people will be able to run it.

 

Recently Brian Timoney and James Fee have been writing about how geospatial work is more and more programming and less GUI-driven operations in the ArcGIS mold. They’ve been pointing a lot to Python for this.

 

To make this a bit more concrete, here are some quick recipes of how to do things with Shapely that I have recently done and may be useful.

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Gate One | Liftoff Software

Gate One is a web-based Terminal Emulator and SSH client that brings the power of the command line to the web. It requires no browser plugins and is built on top of a powerful plugin system that allows every aspect of its appearance and functionality to be customized.

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Hackers & Developers Magazine - Software Libre, Hacking y programación

Magazine digital de distribución mensual sobre Software Libre, Hacking y Programación
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Incluye contenidos sobre Python

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