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It’s getting really close to the conference now and we will be
switching to the on-desk rates for tickets on July 8.
The prices will increase by about 30%, so if you want to still get
tickets at the normal rate, please register for EuroPython 2016 as
soon as possible:
*** EuroPython 2016 Registration ***
Full Conference Tickets
These are the on-desk rates for full conference tickets (all 8 days):
* Student full ticket: EUR 180.00
* Personal full ticket: EUR 470.00
* Business full ticket: EUR 750.00
As in the past, we will sell day passes at the conference venue.
To make things more affordable especially for students and other
people who want to attend the Beginners’ Day or the sprints, we have
decided to split the day pass prices into ones valid from
Monday-Friday for the main conference days and the weekend days.
Day passes for the main conference (valid for the day when they are
* Student conference day pass: EUR 50.00
* Personal conference day pass: EUR 140.00
* Business conference day pass: EUR 225.00
Day passes for the first Sunday (Beginners’ Day) and the sprints
weekend (valid for the day when they are purchased):
* Student weekend day pass: EUR 25.00
* Personal weekend day pass: EUR 70.00
* Business weekend day pass: EUR 110.00
All prices include 10% Spanish VAT. Please see the registration page
for full details of what is included in the ticket price.
With gravitational regards,
EuroPython 2016 Team
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vulture - Find dead code
Vulture finds unused classes, functions and variables in your code.
This helps you cleanup and find errors in your programs. If you run it
on both your library and test suite you can find untested code.
Due to Python's dynamic nature, static code analyzers like vulture are
likely to miss some dead code. Also, code that is only called
implicitly may be reported as unused. Nonetheless, vulture can be a
very helpful tool for higher code quality.
* fast: uses static code analysis
* lightweight: only one module
* tested: tests itself and has 100% test coverage
* complements *pyflakes* and has the same output syntax
* supports Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.x
* Don't flag attributes as unused if they are used as global variables
in another module (thanks Florian Bruhin).
* Don't consider "True" and "False" variable names.
* Abort with error message when invoked on .pyc files.
On behalf of the Bokeh team, I am pleased to announce the release of version 0.12.0 of Bokeh!
which has details as well as live demonstrations. And as always, see the CHANGELOG and Release Notes for full details.
If you are using Anaconda/miniconda, you can install it with conda:
conda install bokeh
Alternatively, you can also install it with pip:
pip install bokeh
Full information including details about how to use and obtain BokehJS are at:
Issues, enhancement requests, and pull requests can be made on the Bokeh Github page: https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh
Documentation is available at http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/0.12.0
Questions can be directed to the Bokeh mailing list: bokeh(a)continuum.io or the Gitter Chat room: https://gitter.im/bokeh/bokeh
Bryan Van de Ven
It is my privilege to present you with another release in the Python 2.7
series, Python 2.7.12.
Since the release candidate, there were two changes:
- The Windows binaries have been changed to use OpenSSL 1.0.2h.
- The "about" dialog in IDLE was fixed.
Downloads, as always, are on python.org:
The complete 2.7.12 changelog is available at
Yet another Python 2.7.x release is anticipated near the end of the
year. Numerologists may wish to upgrade to Python 3 before we hit the
2.7 release manager
This is James Phillips, author of tkInterFit. I just realized I should post some context for this software.
my background is in nuclear engineering and industrial radiation physics, as I started working in the U.S. Navy as a submarine nuclear reactor operator many, many neutrons ago.
I have quite a bit of international experience calibrating industrial metal thickness and coating gauges. For example the thicker a piece of steel the more radiation it absorbs, and measuring the amount of radiation that passes through a sheet of steel can tell you how thick it is without touching it. Another example is that the thicker a zinc coating on steel sheets, the more zinc X-ray fluorescence energy it can emit - again allowing accurate thickness measurement for industrial manufacture.
My post-Navy employer originally used ad-hoc spreadsheets to very tediously create 4th-order polynomials calibrating to readings from known samples. So I started writing my own curve-fitting software in C.
When X-rays pass through aluminium, the atomic weight of the alloying elements is much greater than that of the aluminium itself such that small changes in alloy composition lead to large changes in X-ray transmission for the same thickness. Alloy changes look like thickness changes, egad! However, alloy changes also cause changes to the X-rays that are scattered back from the aluminium, so that if both the transmitted and backscattered radiation is measured a more alloy-insensitive measurement can be made - but this is now a 3D surface fit, and I started writing surface fitting software. I began to do considerable international work.
This finally led to the development of my Python fitting libraries, and this example tkinter curve and surface fitter. I also have Python 2 and 3 wxPython and django versions on GitHub.
On Monday, June 27, 2016 at 3:37:43 AM UTC-5, zunzu...(a)gmail.com wrote:
> Python 3 tkinter graphical curve and surface fitting application
unicode is a simple python command line utility that displays
properties for a given unicode character, or searches
unicode database for a given name.
It was written with Linux in mind, but should work almost everywhere
(including MS Windows and MacOSX), UTF-8 console is recommended.
Works in both python2 and python3.
˙pɹɐpuɐʇs əpoɔı̣uՈ əɥʇ ɟo əsn pəɔuɐʌpɐ
puɐ səldı̣ɔuı̣ɹd əɥʇ ɓuı̣ʇɐɹʇsuoɯəp looʇ ɔı̣ʇɔɐpı̣p ʇuəlləɔxə uɐ sı̣ ʇI
˙sʇuı̣odəpoɔ ʇuəɹəɟɟı̣p ʎləʇəldɯoɔ ɓuı̣sn əlı̣ɥʍ 'sɥdʎlɓ ɟo ɯɐəɹʇs ɹɐlı̣ɯı̣s
ʎllɐnsı̣ʌ oʇuı̣ ʇxəʇ əɥʇ ʇɹəʌuoɔ oʇ pɹɐpuɐʇs əpoɔı̣uՈ əɥʇ ɟo ɹəʍod llnɟ
əɥʇ sʇı̣oldxə ʇɐɥʇ 'ʎʇı̣lı̣ʇn ,əpoɔɐɹɐd, oslɐ suı̣ɐʇuoɔ əɓɐʞɔɐd əɥ⊥
Changes since previous versions:
* fix unihan properties listing
* fix traceback when using python2 and new UnicodeData 9.0
License: GPL v3
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On behalf of the Python development community and the Python 3.4 and
Python 3.5 release teams, I'm thrilled to announce the availability of
Python 3.4.5 and Python 3.5.2.
Python 3.4 is now in "security fixes only" mode. This is the final
stage of support for Python 3.4. All changes made to Python 3.4 since
Python 3.4.4 should be security fixes only; conventional bug fixes are
not accepted. Also, Python 3.4.5 and all future releases of Python 3.4
will only be released as source code--no official binary installers will
Python 3.5 is still in active "bug fix" mode. Python 3.5.2 contains
many incremental improvements and bug fixes over Python 3.5.1.
You can find Python 3.4.5 here:
And you can find Python 3.5.2 here:
Releasing software from 30,000 feet,
/p.s. There appears to be a small oops with the Windows installers for
3.5.2--uploaded to the wrong directory or something. They'll be
available soon, honest!