Name: [002] Ian Ozsvald
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Python 3.0 Introduction

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You'll need to know how to write Python using Python 2.x.

goals

You will have seen Python 3.0 in action and you'll know some of the key differences between 2.x and 3.0.

Background

Beginner Python Programming

How to read and write simply Python programs and running them

Python 3.0

chyld provides 2 videos showing Python 3.0 in action. The first video is a gentle introduction, the second uses del.icio.us web services with Python 3.0.

Python 3

Videos using Python 3.

gasto has 1 video showing some of the changes you can expect in Python 3.0

Python 3.0 changes

This series should explain the main changes happening from CPython 2.x to CPython 3.0

We need more Python 3.0 videos

The transition to Python 3.0 will be frightening for some and others will come to Python because they will hear good things about Py3.0. It would be great if we had videos showing how to migrate your code (using 2to3 and unit-tests) and what differences to expect, also videos showing the advantages of Py3.0 would do well with the geeks. Are you up to the challenge?

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Python 3.0
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chyld provides 2 videos showing Python 3.0 in action.  The first video is a gentle introduction, the second uses del.icio.us web services with Python 3.0.

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gasto has 1 video showing some of the changes you can expect in Python 3.0

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.. request:: We need more Python 3.0 videos

    The transition to Python 3.0 will be frightening for some and others will come to Python because they will hear good things about Py3.0.  It would be great if we had videos showing how to migrate your code (using 2to3 and unit-tests) and what differences to expect, also videos showing the advantages of Py3.0 would do well with the geeks.  Are you up to the challenge?

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2. Chris Meyer Mon, 03 Jan 2011 17:23

---- Thanks - you saved me some time.

---- I appreciate your effort.

---- Please make more on this subject!.

---- *Really* useful, thanks!.

---- Feedback - Your speech is a bit too quick.

---- Feedback - Volume is too low.

---- Feedback - Visual quality could be improved.


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