Erik Thompson
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 Erik Thompson
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Good video because of the simplistic approach. A question that I have been searching to get an answer for though is how to come up with the use case scenario in the first place, before you start to document or write the formal use case (as you have described).
The main problem is to develop a realistic scenario composed of user activities - something for which I have found no documentation or pointers before. If you could do a discussion of this, I would be greatful.
This was a very interesting and informative video. What a fantastic way to use Python programming to demonstate the physics of gravity and motion!!!
Great Tutorial!!! It's good that you explain the way that you have done it and also the other ways of doing the same thing.
thank you for you video, I am a CAD operator and wish I saw this video years ago when I took Dynamics, I and trying to write a program for 2d top view of a box 6,4,5 and just getting a little overwelmed. thank you again.
Thanks for your sqlite tut. Good talking and preparing. Now I try myself and dig in.
Nice way to get started with Visual Python.
very good series; shows in multiple aspects of how to construct a decent wxPython application, with bonus features for those interested in OpenGL
Great job, Erik Thompson
Really,Really thank for this comprehensive video for beginner,especially for poor student like me.
Nice video. I like the way you show how to find out about things you don't know using Google. I'm sure most of us do this sort of thing but for new users it may be quite helpful.
im a newbie in Python and SQL. Thanks for the videos. very helpful!
Damn good video. A month of high school math revised in 5 min.
Good start to use cases... alway found systems application analysis and design to be somewhat vague in school.