I haven’t done a weekly round-up of Python links because no one seemed to really care when I was doing those. However I thought I’d give it one more try and see if there was any interest this time around. This past week, I finished reading my first web2py cookbook. I’m told there’s another book too, but I haven’t checked it out yet. I suspect had I read the other one first, the cookbook would have made more sense. If you’ve been a regular reader of this site, you’ll notice I’ve done several other book reviews the last couple of weeks too. Speaking of reading, here are just a few of the articles that stuck out to me this week:
- Logsna â€“ a sane log output format (Ruslan Spivak’s blog)
- Python.org Redesign Request For Proposals (Jesse Noller)
- What Generators are for (Simeon Franklin)
- Recent Windows Changes in Python 3.3
- I think it’s exciting that there’s now an RFP out for a redesign of the Python website
- Nick Coghlan had a pretty interesting article about all the resources there are now for deployment, docs and testing
I don’t want to overload you on links and I know this one is older, but I have been really interesting in following Katie C’s gaming adventures. So I’ll leave you on that note. I hope you enjoy the articles as much as I did.
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No problem. I hope you get a bunch of hits!
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