原文: Pycoder's Weekly (Issue #24) : Untitled

Hi Pythonistas.

Not a lot of housekeeping news this week. So we aren't going to take up too much of your time here.

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  • Please provide either Canadian stamps or 1USD North America; 2USD International.
    ** Stickers while supplies last

贴纸已经抵达, 我们将在下周向所有联系过我们的人发送.

我们还在寻找新的赞助商. Postmates 是我们的第一个赞助商, 不仅能获得贴纸, 还令我们能继续使用 mailchimp.

如果你有兴趣赞助周刊请联系我们.

如果你想要一个贴纸, 寄给我们回邮信封就好(送完为止):

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Ottawa, Ontario Canada
K1P 7A2

RSS 订阅和存档可以在 这里这里 找到.

戳这里 和我们签订契约成为魔法少女(少年). (◕‿‿◕)

-- Mahdi and Mike

新闻与开发动态

The DjangoCon US schedule has been released, click through to see all the talks and panels.

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项目

  • rauth (github.com) Rauth is a client library for OAuth 1.0/a, 2.0, and Ofly for Python.

  • dex (github.com) Dex is Index and Query Analyser for MongoDB. Dex helps tune the performance of your MongoDB database by comparing log files and index entries to make index recommendations for your collections.

  • pyknon (github.com) Pyknon is a simple music library for Python hackers. With Pyknon you can generate midi files quickly and reason about musical properties. Maybe even made video game soundtracks for example.

文章

This article is fantastic. The author gives a detailed rundown of all the tools you want to use to measure performance and profile your Python applications.

In this post Tarek gives a rundown of the Open Source Python tools and Libraries the Mozilla services team is putting out there. Lots of great tools here like powerhose, Circus and Cornice. Check it out!

Pretty clever article about how to extract statistics and other useful data from your system's *.log files. Victor goes on to illustrate how he would parse his access.log and produce charts based off that data in Excel.

There is nothing more satisfying than writing a Python script, putting a shebang (#!/usr/bin/env python) at the top and being able to execute your script from the commandline. Now this will be available for all the windows folks too with Python Launcher . Click through to check out the article and the PEP.

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  • 1312?? Zoom.Quiet 用时 27 分钟 完成快译.
  • 131221 Zoom.Quiet 用时 7 分钟 完成格式转抄.

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