Here we go: Two Scoops of Django 1.11 is now available in Kindle and ePub formats https://t.co/rjCihhvtHL This took a lot of time. Whew.

— Daniel Roy Greenfeld (@pydanny) October 12, 2017

Introducing @RBrainInc: A New #DataScience Platform with #rstats #Python #SQL #Jupyter #Docker… https://t.co/ZpgQ1RE8mm

— KDnuggets (@kdnuggets) October 11, 2017

v1 of "Microservices with Docker, Flask, and React" is done! Check it out at https://t.co/ufX6xiEBYm #python… https://t.co/NEVovMunir

— RealPython.com (@RealPython) October 12, 2017

Spotify’s Discover Weekly: How #machinelearning finds your new music https://t.co/u4iZm3DVom https://t.co/VHs2q8IoM0

— KDnuggets (@kdnuggets) October 12, 2017

10 Great Tips to Learn Docker https://t.co/YvMTsuA5VM via @ami #tech https://t.co/mYVU4mmAqf

— Hacker Noon (@hackernoon) October 11, 2017

New blog post: Implementing User Comments with SQLAlchemy https://t.co/2BcGBFHONp

— Miguel Grinberg (@miguelgrinberg) October 10, 2017

Python decorators they won't tell you about https://t.co/gXB34287k1 https://t.co/sx5YfB4HOq

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) October 14, 2017

Make a slideshow from your #Jupyter Notebook: https://t.co/j2ragxfoUR https://t.co/n3j6JgFyWy

— Daily Python Tip (@python_tip) October 13, 2017

40 Python Data Visualizations (plots, graphs, charts) with code https://t.co/6wD1KpwMLx

— /r/Python Popular (@RedditPython) October 14, 2017

Ramp https://t.co/Rlq8ZueDWW looks like an amazing platform for machine learning competitions. Great work by @balazskegl @agramfort et al

— Andreas Mueller (@amuellerml) October 10, 2017

RT @anthonypjshaw: I just published “In the future, all information you disclose will become public” https://t.co/eP67q9PTwq

— Anthony Shaw (@anthonypjshaw) October 09, 2017

K-Means Clustering in Python https://t.co/lJa9fdEuYP #algorithm #k-means #python #clustering

— import python 🐍 (@importpython) October 13, 2017

Reasons why Kubernetes is cool https://t.co/AYj3RJ372Y https://t.co/JKwuGBc3Oz

— Full Stack Python (@fullstackpython) October 14, 2017

qutebrowser - A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5. https://t.co/fmMvY5sPWF

— Python Trending (@pythontrending) October 13, 2017

A list of GUI frameworks for Python https://t.co/inLNxwdJfB

— Dan Bader (@dbader_org) October 14, 2017

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