Yesterday, Andrew Dalke gave me a sneak preview of his EuroQSAR poster entitled "Python for Computational Chemistry". I see that it's now available on the web at his blog and I recommend you check it out.
It has an excellent diagram showing the history of various cheminformatics toolkits and how they relate to each other. I'm particularly pleased with the diagram as it includes some recent work of mine (Pybel and now Cinfony).
Andrew works on implementing cheminformatics systems in pharmaceutical companies and is a Python advocate. In his poster, he answers multiple "How do I do _____ in Python?" questions. If you want to support the use of Python in cheminformatics as well as let other students/coworkers see what toolkits are available, it's a really good poster to print out and stick up somewhere.
Oh yeah, in other news this month, Noel O'Blog is now being broadcasted from a secret location in University College Cork although I'll be back and forth to the CCDC on a regular basis.