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Presentation Listing | PyCon 2014 in Montréal
The PyCon 2014 presentation list is up. There’s a lot of exciting stuff there. I look forward to seeing the videos that come out of it.
The live website API (which has a live link to the website platform) makes the full power of the award-winning Rijksmuseum website directly accessible to a large group of developers. Searching the collection is one activity that offers a wide range of interesting options. The same is true of the “explore the collection” pages, the Rijksstudio users’ collections, and the tiled images used to zoom in to tight close-ups of works of art. Calendar information is also available, for example. The JSON-based service is so simple that, in no time at all, you can build something that makes use of the Rijksmuseum’s rich and attractive content.
Chromium Blog: Ecma forms TC52 for Dart Standardization
Press release copied in whole:
This week Ecma created a new technical committee named TC52 to publish a standard specification of the Dart language. We’re excited about this milestone in the evolution of Dart and the web.
Dart is ready for standardization. As of last month’s 1.0 SDK release, Dart is now officially stable and mature enough for production use. We’ll be collaborating with the broader web community via TC52 to responsibly evolve the language going forward.
A Guide to Python's Magic Methods « rafekettler.com
A guide to all the Magic Methods in Python
This is incredibly helpful. Very good guide for any and all Python users.
CSS is for developers | Lea Verou