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Choosing a Python Web Framework I - bottling it

A few years ago, when choosing a Python Web-framework with which to build Showmedo, life was a little simpler. The big CMS frameworks like Zope and its relatively user-friendly little bro Plone were reasonably well established and there were a few up and coming lighter frameworks, which promised to take one closer to the Python. [...]

New Video Published: C++ Tutorial (1) – Absolute n00b spoonfeed

Showmedo is proud to publish:C++ Tutorial (1) – Absolute n00b spoonfeed [ID:1274], a video-tutorial by antiRTFM This video is part of the series C++ Tutorials – Absolute n00b spoonfeed

Video tutorials about programming in the C++ programming language.

Forum: http://cpptutorials.freeforums.org/

Part 1:
* Introduction
* Program / Programming
* Programming languages
* C++ Programming language

New Video Published: Self-modifying code

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1483] Self-modifying code, a video-tutorial by David Fung This video is part of the series Self-modifying code

Using the inspect and re modules, write a piece of code that update itself every time it is run.

The idea is come from the PEAK ez_setup.py script.

New Video Published: PyConPads

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1829] PyConPads, a video-tutorial by John Graves This video is part of the series PyCon 2010 Slides and Notes

Video showing how to remotely participate in the PyCon 2010 conference in Atlanta by watching the live note taking of some thoughtful and friendly participants using EtherPad. Go to https://twitter.com/pyconpads to find [...]

New Video Published: Pygame tutorial – Installation

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1780] Pygame tutorial – Installation, a video-tutorial by Kenny X This video is part of the series Using Pygame for Games

In this tutorial screencast you will learn how to install pygame on Linux, Mac, and Windows. I explain what you can find on http://pygame.org/download.shtml and how to find out if [...]

New Video Published: Closing remarks and using dictionaries effectively for scientific computing

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1452] Closing remarks and using dictionaries effectively for scientific computing, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this final segment, we highlight concepts important for new scientific Python programmers, especially those coming from a Matlab environment. We discuss effective use [...]

New Video Published: Garbage Collection in Python – Part II -

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1451] Garbage Collection in Python – Part II -, a video-tutorial by gasto This video is part of the series Python from zero.

How to instantiate the previously created class ( Foo ) is shown, using IDLE (the Integrated Development Environment , that comes with the standard CPython distribution). 2 referrers [...]

New Video Published: Help! Manuals, Forums and Mail lists

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1444] Help! Manuals, Forums and Mail lists, a video-tutorial by Ian Ozsvald This video is part of the series OpenOffice Writer 3.1 for Microsoft Word users

For help, the first place to start is TutorialsForOpenOffice. The official documentation is complete but a bit heavy.

OpenOffice’s Support section gives many links which [...]

New Video Published: Working with an OpenDocument Format (.odt) file

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1443] Working with an OpenDocument Format (.odt) file, a video-tutorial by Ian Ozsvald This video is part of the series OpenOffice Writer 3.1 for Microsoft Word users

Now let’s look at a native document – OpenOffice works with .odt files (OpenDocument Text). Normally these are zipped structures that contain xml [...]

New Video Published: Working with Word (.doc) files

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1442] Working with Word (.doc) files, a video-tutorial by Ian Ozsvald This video is part of the series OpenOffice Writer 3.1 for Microsoft Word users

An early hurdle when switching to OpenOffice will be the question of whether you can still share documents with MS Office users. Of course you [...]

New Video Published: Installing OpenOffice 3.1 on Windows XP

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1441] Installing OpenOffice 3.1 on Windows XP (Free), a video-tutorial by Ian Ozsvald This video is part of the series OpenOffice Writer 3.1 for Microsoft Word users

In just over 2 minutes we run you through the installation of OpenOffice 3.1 on Windows XP. We also show you how you [...]

New Video Published: Series Overview in 4 minutes (OpenOffice 3.1 for Word users)

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1440] Series Overview in 4 minutes (OpenOffice 3.1 for Word users) (Free), a video-tutorial by Ian Ozsvald This video is part of the series OpenOffice Writer 3.1 for Microsoft Word users

In this series we help you move from Microsoft Word (2003 is our example) to OpenOffice 3.1. We show [...]

New Video Published: Case Study: Robust Regression Methods Using Python and Parallel IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1439] Case Study: Robust Regression Methods Using Python and Parallel IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we continue with the case study of robust regression methods, but here we show how to use generators and the [...]

New Video Published: Case Study: Robust Regression Methods Using Python continued

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1438] Case Study: Robust Regression Methods Using Python continued, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we discuss how the least-median estimate can be computed from the sample dataset using generators.

New Video Published: Case Study: Robust Regression Methods Using Python

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1437] Case Study: Robust Regression Methods Using Python , a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this case study, we pull together everything we have learned so far in order to compute the least MEDIAN squared estimate of a line [...]

New Video Published: Finer Control for Parallel Computing in IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1435] Finer Control for Parallel Computing in IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we discuss the push, pull, and push_function, features of IPython that allow finer control over individual namespaces of remote nodes and over the [...]

New Video Published: Distributing Parallel Computations Using IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1434] Distributing Parallel Computations Using IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we discuss the map feature to distribute computations across the available nodes, how to use targets to specify which nodes to use, and how to [...]

New Video Published: Basic Parallel Computing Using IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1433] Basic Parallel Computing Using IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we discuss cover importing modules for the remote nodes and how to distribute data (i.e. scatter, gather) to and from these nodes.

New Video Published: Getting Started with Parallel IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1432] Getting Started with Parallel IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

IPython provides excellent interactive parallel computing tools. In this segment, we discuss how to set up remote computational engines using ipcluster and how to use special magic [...]

New Video Published: Garbage Collection in Python – Part I -

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1431] Garbage Collection in Python – Part I -, a video-tutorial by gasto This video is part of the series Python from zero.

We view an animated illustration of how the garbage collector collects objects under Python 3.0 . That is, two referrers are created by being associated to the Foo [...]

New Video Published: Finer Control for Parallel Computing in IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1435] Finer Control for Parallel Computing in IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we discuss the push, pull, and push_function, features of IPython that allow finer control over individual namespaces of remote nodes and over the [...]

New Video Published: Basic Parallel Computing Using IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1433] Basic Parallel Computing Using IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

In this segment, we discuss cover importing modules for the remote nodes and how to distribute data (i.e. scatter, gather) to and from these nodes.

New Video Published: Getting Started with Parallel IPython

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1432] Getting Started with Parallel IPython, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

IPython provides excellent interactive parallel computing tools. In this segment, we discuss how to set up remote computational engines using ipcluster and how to use special magic [...]

New Video Published: Garbage Collection in Python – Part I -

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1431] Garbage Collection in Python – Part I -, a video-tutorial by gasto This video is part of the series Python from zero.

We view an animated illustration of how the garbage collector collects objects under Python 3.0 . That is, two referrers are created by being associated to the Foo [...]

New Video Published: Getting started with Matplotlib

Showmedo is proud to publish:[1430] Getting started with Matplotlib, a video-tutorial by unpingco This video is part of the series Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

Matplotlib is one of the best, if not the best, plotting package for scientific Python. In this segment, we discuss how to best use the Matplotlib website to get [...]