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Want features? Just code!

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Somebody just sent an email on a user’s mailing list for an open-source scientific package entitled “Feature foo: why is package bar not up to the task?” (names hidden to avoid pointing directly to the responsible of my wrath).

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Python 2.7 goes live on Google's App Engine | MYH3R3

Python 2.7 goes live on Google's App Engine | MYH3R3 | Love Python | Scoop.it
Google has announced that the previously experimental version of Python 2.7, available on its App Engine platform, is now a fully supported feature.

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httpie - Python-powered HTTP CLI for humans

httpie - Python-powered HTTP CLI for humans | Love Python | Scoop.it
httpie - Python-powered HTTP CLI for humans: Although cURL is great, we’re always looking for great console tools for working with HTTP. Jakub Roztocil has released HTTPie.

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The Python Challenge

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Python Challenge home page,
The most entertaining way to explore Python. Every puzzle can be solved by
a bit of (python) programming.
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Daniel Greenfeld: Evaluating which package to use

Daniel Greenfeld: Evaluating which package to use | Love Python | Scoop.it

In November of 2009 I wrote about which third-party Python Packages I'll use. Here is my modern take on it - much of it inspired by personal experience and the advice of peers and mentors.


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Building an HTTP shell with AES + Proxy Support in Python « SecManiac.com

"Got a little bored today and decided to write a reverse HTTP shell in Python thats platform independent and supports AES encryption when passing information back and forth. So this works on Linux, OSX, and Windows. The shell also supports proxy settings as well. This Python shell will initiate a reverse connection out of the network and connect to the attacker machine via pure HTTP communications. It’s pretty straight forward on how it works. I’ve byte compiled the code so you do not need to have Python installed on the victim, it will simply run as a normal executable."


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