Lucas Holland joins Kyran, John and Ian as an author for ShowMeDo’s Club. The Club creates tutorial videos for beginner and intermediate Python programmers.
For his first series Lucas covers elements of The Python Standard Library.
Half of the videos are published, the series will be fully published in the next two weeks. Each video is around [...]
Lucas Holland has joined us as a Club ShowMeDo author, his first series for Club-members is Batteries Included – The Python Standard Library. Lucas has been authoring free Python videos inside ShowMeDo for a year.
We’re very happy to welcome him as a Club author and we’re excited to now be offering a greater range of [...]
The complete Python Beginners – Common Variables and Containers series is now on-line. This Club series is aimed at new Python programmers who want to get their heads around all of the common data-types and containers in Python. Examples of common usage are given along with links for background information.
Overview (Variables and Containers) (Free)
Lucas has created the 4-part Programmierung mit Python for German speakers. The current episodes are:
Grundlagen der GUI Progammierung mit wxPython
GUI Programmierung: Details
Whilst most of our 330 Python screencasts are in English, we have a small set of German-language screencasts. We’re very open to supporting other spoken languages, demonstrating Python in a variety of languages seems [...]
Jiang Xin has authored a new 7-part series on using agile techniques, with the pylons framework, to build an SVN authz management tool called pySvnManager.
His series of screencasts take you through the problem, using test-driven development (TDD), unit testing and building an app using the pylons framework:
Background and deployment of pySvnManager
TDD for model [...]
Percious continues his series on Agile Development in Python with a 3rd screencast on Using Sphinx and Doctests to provide robust documentation.
“Sphinx is a fairly new package that people have been using to document their packages. Even the newest Python 2.6 documentation has been converted to sphinx. This demo shows how you can use sphinx [...]
For 7 months Erik has been building up the excellent Developing emol! screencast series for building a 3D molecule viewer from scratch. In the current 24 episodes (which are a part of our 330 Python screencasts) you’ll find topics such as:
Use Cases and design
Bazaar and Launchpad
Copyright and CC licensing
“As someone who is new to programming [...]
ericflo has begun a new Django screencast series entitled Setting Up a Django Development Environment. The current two episodes cover:
Setting Up a Django Development Environment
We’re very keen to receive new web-app screencasts, all contributors get free access to our beginner-focused Club and we work to publicise your efforts. Videos on Django, TurboGears, Pylons and [...]
We’ve added three new videos to Python Beginners – Common Variables and Containers. This Club series is aimed at new Python programmers who want to get their heads around all of the common data-types and containers in Python. Examples of common usage are given along with links for background information.
10 of the 14 episodes are [...]