Getting started with Celery and RabbitMQ

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RT @ubuntu: Snapping a #python application.

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Easier #python PR review

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Learn how to build an API with @djangoproject and @restframework

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RT @kennethreitz: Pipenv will soon be the officially recommended packaging tool on! ✨🍰✨

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Check out #Docker’s voting app on #Swarm, #Kubernetes and #Nomad via @lucjuggery

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RT @pyquantnews: Building a Bullet Graph in Python | #datascience #python #dataviz

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PyFiddle: a free lightweight Python IDE to run and share Python scripts with some nifty features

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RT @anthonypjshaw: Oh so my big #python news is that I'm developing my first @pluralsight course: "Migrating Python 2 to Python 3" 🎉 https:…

— Anthony Shaw (@anthonypjshaw) August 29, 2017

The video for my 2017 @py_bay keynote is up: Topic: All about concurrency in #python Slides:

— Raymond Hettinger (@raymondh) August 31, 2017

RT @pybites: Import #Python: News This Week - EuroSciPy Videos are out, Reducing Python's startup time, Predicting algo ..…

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These first graders aren't just learning to code, they're the start to breaking down accessibility barriers in tech!

— (@codeorg) August 29, 2017

If x is an array of integers, y = x.astype(float) is a copy of x with elements converted to floating point.

— Scientific Python (@SciPyTip) August 31, 2017

wtfPython - A collection of subtle and tricky Python examples

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— Kenneth Love (@kennethlove) September 03, 2017

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