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New ShowMeDo: Introduction to Ruby V

“I talk briefly about how CSV Reader includes Enumerable and defines each. I talk about extracting information from a typical log file. I give an extended example(long but not that complicated) of Distributed Ruby, and point viewers to the first edition of Programming Ruby by Dave Thomas.” – video here, chingav

New ShowMeDo: Introduction to Ruby IV

“I talk about marshaling(serialization), attr_reader, and an introduction but don’t finish showing an existing example of implementing each in one’s own class.” – video here, chingav

New ShowMeDo: Introduction to Ruby III

“I talk about Deep Copy versus Shallow Copy, some Regular Expressions basics(including object-oriented regular expression idioms), implementing to_s in user classes, using case statements, Ranges, File input, single quote vs. double quote strings.” – video here, chingav

New ShowMeDo: Introduction to Ruby II

“This video is about creating one’s own classes. I walk through a bioinformatics class I ported from here: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/python/2002/10/17/biopython.html (Oreilly online’s Beginning Python for Bioinformatics).” – video here, chingav

New ShowMeDo: Introduction to Ruby I

“This video is a basic introduction to Ruby. It starts out with showing some of the basic reflection capabilities of Ruby such as (10**10).class. Then I talk about indefinite chaining of methods.” – video here, chingav

New ShowMeDo: PyDev on a Mac

“PyDev on a Mac” – video here, Robert Marchetti

New ShowMeDo: Dateizugriffe

“In dieser Episode werden die beiden Aufgaben aus Episode 12 gelöst und” – video here, Lucas Holland,Marius Meinert

New ShowMeDo: Modularität und Zufallswerte

“In dieser Episode geht es um Module und im speziellen um das Modul” – video here, Lucas Holland,Marius Meinert

New ShowMeDo: Benutzereingaben

“In dieser Episode geht es darum, wie man Eingaben vom Benutzer einliest” – video here, Lucas Holland,Marius Meinert

New ShowMeDo: Refactoring User Name Part 3

“In the final part of this series you will see how to refactor your tests. Keeping tests clean is important because it will make testing easier to do in the future.” – video here, Ryan Bates

New ShowMeDo: Refactoring User Name Part 2

“Testing and refactoring go hand in hand. Refactoring is all about improving code without changing its behavior. Testing is all about making sure you don’t change the behavior while you are improving the code.” – video here, Ryan Bates

New ShowMeDo: Refactoring User Name Part 1

“Learn how to clean up your code through refactoring. This episode will show you how to move code from the view into the model to remove duplication and simplify the view.” – video here, Ryan Bates

Pay-to-access praise for Python Newbies on XP

Chris found the 4th episode in my first pay-to-access series to be very useful – Python at the command line. The exercise that I describe in the video clearly was very useful too, great!

Good job Ian. I agree that in general that we’ll all be using some sort of IDE or more full featured [...]

New ShowMeDo: Kontrollfluss 2

“In dieser Episode befassen wir uns weiter mit der Manipulation des Kontrollflusses. Dazu benutzen wir die if- und while-Konstrukte” – video here, Lucas Holland,Marius Meinert

New ShowMeDo: Django Tutorial Part 1 – Setup

New ShowMeDo: Django Tutorial Part 1 – Setup

“Django is a Python web framework used for rapid application development in any environment. In under 10 minutes, we will go from a bare Linux (Ubuntu) installation to a fully functional Django server. ” – video here, brutimus

New ShowMeDo: Filtering Sensitive Logs

“Are you accepting sensitive user data? Passwords, credit card numbers, etc. By default, Rails stores all submitted parameters in plain text in the logs. This episode will show you how to filter this sensitive input so it doesn’t show up in the log file.” – video here, Ryan Bates

New ShowMeDo: Layouts and content_for

“If you want to change something in the layout on a per-template basis, content_for is your answer! This allows templates to specify view code that can be placed anywhere in a layout.” – video here, Ryan Bates

New ShowMeDo: All About Layouts

“Everything you wanted to know about layouts: global layouts, controller layouts, shared layouts, dynamic layouts and action layouts. Yes, there really are that many ways to specify a layout.” – video here, Ryan Bates

New ShowMeDo: Downloading and Burning an Ubuntu ISO

“This video shows where and how to get an ISO image of an Ubuntu installation CD, check it for errors and then boot from it. This includes:-” – video here, Alan Pope

New ShowMeDo: Passing a parameter object to a form in Visual FoxPro

“We can pass info to and retrieve info from a form like this:” – video here, David Fung

New ShowMeDo: Editing and Submitting

“Submitting your video is easy. First you need to make contact with us via our Submissions Form and we’ll give you instructions for uploading your video. We also need a title and some description text and then we can publish your tutorials!” – video here, Ian Ozsvald

New ShowMeDo: Screencasting with CamStudio

“Making a ShowMeDo video is very easy – press the Record button, do your stuff, then Stop. That’s all there is to it! Once CamStudio has written the AVI file you are free to edit it, make another take or get on with submitting it to us.” – video here, Ian Ozsvald

New ShowMeDo: Configuring CamStudio

“Having installed CamStudio you need to run through some easy configuration changes (time required: 10 minutes).” – video here, Ian Ozsvald

New ShowMeDo: Downloading CamStudio 2.0

“Download CamStudio 2.0 (here) and the CamStudio Lossless Codec (here) and get them installed on your machine (time required: 5 minute download, 5 minute install).” – video here, Ian Ozsvald

New Feature: Video Downloads

Now you can download the FLV video files on each video page so you can watch them when you’re away from the Internet.

Look for the ‘LOGIN TO DOWNLOAD THE VIDEO (FLV)’ link under each video. To play the videos you need a recent version of the Video Lan Client, mplayer or QuickTime.

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