Better commute planning with commute.py

My office recently moved to one of the busiest commercial areas in the suburbs, which is good since a lot of people travel there from different parts of the city. The public transport system is good, has a nice frequency and is cheap. But as always with too many commuters come bad traffic conditions and discomfort. For someone like me who wants to minimize the time and cost spent during the commute, while at the same time maximize the comfort this became an interesting problem to solve.

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Few interesting python scripts

This is a collection of few of my python scripts which I am particularly proud of, few gems from collection which were mostly result of my curiosity and laziness ;-). The scripts here are for educational and demo purposes. They were intended to be a proof of concept, not most of them are not maintained.

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finally always guaranteed

Let's start off with a question. Given the following code sample:

What do you think the call to foo() will return ?

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[Tutorial] Using OAuth2.0 with Google+

The initial API for Google+ was released on 15th September, 2011. But, this API currently supports only public data, and user data (which can be accessed from any web application or web site). However, there no support for building Google+ applications. It follows a RESTful API design and provides OAuth2.0 for authentication.

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