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Video-series tagged with advanced

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Introduction to Boa Constructor cmpython 01/09 320
Assembly Language Tutorial Neil Dickson 08/08 294
Misc Dai 05/08 73
Advanced Python Florian Mayer 09/08 54
Turbogears 2 Tutorials percious 07/08 38
Avogadro: Advanced Molecular Editor Marcus D. Hanwell 11/08 17

Videos tagged with advanced

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
An Introduction to Event-handling Kyran Dale 03/07 307
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 0: Some Background Neil Dickson 08/08 172
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 1: Jumping in Head First Neil Dickson 09/08 76
Version Control with Subversion 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 44
Overview (Functions) Ian Ozsvald 10/08 43
8 - Using Sizers in Boa Constructor cmpython 02/09 42
list Ian Ozsvald 07/08 42
TurboGears 2 Installation percious 07/08 39
Shell Basics 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 30
Decorators: The Basics Florian Mayer 09/08 28
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 2: Images, Flags, and Functions Neil Dickson 10/08 20
Decorators: Real World Example Florian Mayer 09/08 17
An Introduction to Avogadro Marcus D. Hanwell 11/08 17
5 - The Frame Designer in Boa Constructor cmpython 02/09 17
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 3: The Stack and Looking Back Neil Dickson 01/09 14
openThinClient tutorials xylome 06/08 10
Decorators: Introducing functools.wraps Florian Mayer 09/08 10
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 3.5: More on the Stack Neil Dickson 03/09 9
Complex Numbers and other Python datatypes in Resolver One Resolver Systems 05/08 1
Cinelerra video effect pt2 Dai 05/08 1

Learning-paths tagged with advanced

TitleAuthorsDate
Beginner Django Programming [ID:020] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
None [ID:007] gasto, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Python for Strong Pythonistas [ID:013] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09

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