Weekly Python News (01/15/2010)

It’s time for another edition of the “weekly Python news”! What happened this week in Python world? You’ve come to the right place to find out. We missed the announcement last week about Germany’s Python Academy’s course schedule, so be sure to check that out. This week we have a lot of news from the Python web world (again) as well as news about a great new Python book.

  • Working with Django Settings files – I don’t do much with Django right now, but this looks interesting.
  • The Hudson project is supposedly going to get forked. The new fork is called Jenkins. You can read all about it on Greg Turnquist’s blog
  • The Pyramid project is a new development from the Pylons people. In this blog you can learn about Pyramid’s Auth API.
  • Did you know about ep.io, a new Python hosting service? Well you can read about it here if you like
  • Enthought recently added PySide support to some of their products.
  • Mark Lutz and O’Reilly have released the 4th edition of Programming Python, which is updated for Python 3. You can buy it from Amazon right now!
  • Wingware’s latest 4.0 beta is now out. You can read about it here and here

If you think that some news is missing, be sure to drop me a line via the comments or the contact form. Have a great week!