Preliminary program PyConRu-2018: three Python Core Developer'a, speakers from Google, Yelp, Red Hat, Yandex

Preliminary program PyConRu-2018: three Python Core Developer'a, speakers from Google, Yelp, Red Hat, YandexHello, Habr!
 
 
July 22-23 in 95 km. from Moscow there will pass the sixth Russian conference for python-programmers PYCON RUSSIA 2018 .
 
 
Already in the program: Yuri Selivanov (Python Core Developer, EgdeDB, Canada), Andrey Svetlov (Python Core Developer, Ukraine), Christian Heimes (Python Core Developer, Red Hat, Germany), Melanie Warrick (Google, USA), Stephan Jaensch Yelp, Germany), Kate Heddleston (Shift, USA), Alejandro Saucedo (Eigen Technologies, United Kingdom), Vadim Pushtaev (Mail.Ru), Marina Kamalova (Yandex). If you want to join as a speaker, there are a few more days to ...
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PYCON RUSSIA 2018 will be held on July 22-23. Save the date

PYCON RUSSIA 2018 will be held on July 22-23. Save the datePython-developers, attention: the sixth Russian PyCon will be held July 22-23 at the hotel "Cronwell Jahonty Tarusa" in 95 km. from Moscow. The reports will go in two streams, plus master classes, Lightning Talks and after-effects.
 
 
If you do not know what PyCon Russia is, look at the small video below - in it briefly about how PyConRu-2017 passed.
 
 

 
Last year, Paul Hildebrandt (Walt Disney ...
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Automation of cryptographic trading with Django and Celery

In the light of the rapid development of the crypto industry and crypto-trading in particular, our team, as part of the experiment, decided to create a trading robot, whose main goal is trading on the crypto-site poloniex . In this article I will try to talk about all the difficulties that arose during the writing of the robot, as well as the results that we managed to achieve.
 
Automation of cryptographic trading with Django and Celery
 
 
Link ) And put out orders, if he thought it was profitable.
 
This algorithm ...
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Some tips for organizing a Python application on a

Some tips for organizing a Python application on aserver. In this article, I want to share several convenient ways to organize your project on a production (even production) server. I'm working mostly with the Python /Django stack, so all the examples will be, first of all, applied to this set. Also key technologies: Ubuntu (???), Python3 (3.6). Contents:  Logrotate Demons (systemd) local settings  script for mass management of the entire economy on the server.  bash manage.sh migratebash manage.sh start   For remote debugging via the console (run shell_plus from django-extensions):   bash manage.sh debug   If you have more than one ...
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