Name: [071] Horst Jens
Member: 90 months
Authored: 56 videos

Horst Jens

Hi, my name is Horst JENS, living in Vienna, Austria. I teach children how to program open source games (mostly using python / pygame): http://www.spielend-programmieren.at

My own python game book project can be found at http://www.pythongamebook.com

For more videos, check out my youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/spielenprogrammieren

Authored Video Series

Horst Jens and mira and Teresa Teresa and Mira made a simple graphical adventure game using python and easygui. While th [...]
Horst Jens and Teresa Teresa zeigt wie man mit Python und Easygui ein simples Grafikadventure macht und den Cod [...]
Horst Jens Kleine Grafikbeispiele von und für Anfänger in Python programmiert mit dem turtle Modul ( [...]
Horst Jens and leo Leo zeigt wie man mit den Open-Source-Programmen Wings3d, Gimp und QCake ein einfaches 3d [...]
Horst Jens and leo Leo shows how to create a simple, textured 3d-model (a witch's cottage) using the program [...]
Horst Jens and battlelinus a translation of other Beginner Tutorials into Chinese language
Horst Jens translation of various other Python Beginner tutorials into Croatian language.
Horst Jens and felix schaber dies ist die deutsche Übersetzung der englischen Video-Tutorial-Serie create art with xtu [...]
Horst Jens and Spächti and Anita Eine Einführung in die Programmiersprache Python von und für Anfänger. Keinerlei Vorkennt [...]
Horst Jens and Lesly a basic tutorial for beginners of Python in Russian.
Horst Jens and felix schaber and battlelinus a tutorial about using the python module xturtle to draw simple graphics and improve them [...]
Horst Jens and P.L. and leo a series of video tutorials about QCake , the open-source 3D engine.
Horst Jens Dieses Video zeigt wie man mit dem Open-Source Grafikprogramm GIMP die Hintergrundfarbe e [...]
Horst Jens A tutorial about using the graphic program GIMP
Horst Jens and ljliu How to make a greeting card with OpenOffice Impress
Horst Jens and Mei and NINI_P This video series shows friends of the OLPC Austria group demonstrating the XO-Quiz (made [...]
Horst Jens and P.L. and Benni and leo Kids show how to use the open-source 3D-engine www.qcake .org The videos in this series a [...]
Horst Jens This series is somewhat irrelevant because of Ian's email feature for registred authors. [...]
Horst Jens and Babsi and Barny and Nini and NINI_P and ljliu Students show how to use OpenOffice for simple tasks. The videos are in different languag [...]
Horst Jens how to make a debian package (.deb) for Ubuntu Linux out of a python program
Horst Jens and P.L. and leo and battlelinus and leo Kids from my Python class show you how to learn Python using RurPle and EasyGUI please no [...]

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