Sundry Links for September 20, 2014

Open Sourcing a Python Project the Right Way: Great stuff that should be taught in school: “Most Python developers have written at least one tool, script, library or framework that others would find useful. My goal in this article is to make the process of open-sourcing existing Python code as clear and painless as possible.”

elasticsearch/elasticsearch-dsl-py: Elasticsearch is an incredible datastore. Unfortunately, its JSON-based query language is tedious, at best. Here’s a nice higher-level Python DSL being developed for it. It’s great!

Equipment Guide — The Podcasting Handbook: Dan Benjamin of 5by5 podcasting fame is writing a book on podcasting. Here’s his brief equipment guide.

bachya/pinpress: Aaron Bach put together a neat Ruby script that he uses to generate his link posts. This is similar to but better than my sundry tool.

Markdown Resume Builder: I haven’t tried this yet, but I like the idea: a Markdown based resume format that can be converted into HTML or PDF.

Git - Tips and Tricks: Enabling autocomplete in Git is something I should have done long ago.

Apache Storm Design Pattern—Micro Batching: Micro batching is a valuable tool when doing stream processing. Horton Works put up a helpful post outlining three ways of doing it.