Python Found In Florida Measures 18 Feet

While snakes are not a rare sight in Florida, an eighteen-foot Burmese python is. On February 4, a massive 150-pound Burmese python was killed in the Florida Everglades by workers with the South Florida Water Management District. The agency’s spokesperson…

18-Foot Python: Burmese Behemoth Found In Florida Almost Ties Record

An 18-foot python found in the Florida Everglades almost tied in size with the state’s record setting snake. The Miami Herald reported that the massive Burmese beast was captured on Tuesday by python control on the L-28 levee, roughly 5…

Python Bali – Kills Security Guard

A security guard working near the Hyatt Hotel in Bali, Indonesia was strangled to death by a wayward Python. The victim, Ambar Arianto Mulyo, was a 59-year-old security guard at a nearby restaurant. The 15-foot long python snake slithered across…

Man Found with 850 Snakes in His Home

A Long Island animal control officer was found keeping about 850 snakes in his home on Thursday, two of which were 6-foot Burmese pythons – all part of an illegal reptile sales operation. The snakes were all housed in the…

New Brunswick Snake Put Down After Boys’ Deaths

An African python that escaped it’s enclosure and killed two young boys has been put down, authorities in Canada say. 4-year old Noah Barthe and his brother, 7-year old Connor, were reportedly on a sleepover at a friend’s apartment over…

19-Foot Python Found, Killed in Miami

Though the classic Jennifer Lopez/Ice Cube movie Anaconda may have exaggerated it just a bit, it is true that snakes can grow to a terrifying size. Now, one man in Miami has found a record-setting snake that’s longer than three…

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Now Runs Python Apps

Amazon announced that AWS Elastic Beanstalk will now support Python applications, in addition to PHP, Java and .NET. Specifically, Elastic Beanstalk will now support Python apps and frameworks that run on Apache HTTP Server and the WSGI interface. Amazon also…

Project Glass Engineer Teaches You How To Program Driverless Cars

Sebastian Thrun is a Google Fellow and VP, a Stanford Professor, and the co-founder fo Udacity.com. He’s also on the Project Glass team, which last week, unveiled the much talked about Google glasses. He was one of the names that…

Reddit Hosting Sprint To Fix Their API At PyCon 2012

Reddit wants you to join them at PyCon 2012. What is PyCon? Read on to find out. Reddit, as defined by them in a blog post, is “a bit unique.” I would use other adjectives to describe the Web site,…