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Video-series tagged with programming_tools

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Software Carpentry - Shell Basics Chris Lasher 06/07 608
Python Development on XP Ian Ozsvald 02/07 563
Using Eclipse for Java Programming John Montgomery 01/07 488
A Demonstration of the 'IPython' Interactive Shell Jeff Rush 07/07 354
Software Carpentry - Version Control with Subversion Chris Lasher 06/07 324
PyDev Eclipse IDE Videos fabiofz 01/07 306
Python: Kids show you RurPle and EasyGUI (German / English subtitles) Horst Jens P.L. leo battlelinus leo 01/07 154
Python with Stani's Python Editor (SPE) Ian Ozsvald 01/07 111
Python Development with IPython Ian Ozsvald 01/07 98
Setting up Python 2.5 support in VIM Jack Atkinson 02/08 93
Crunchy André Roberge 11/07 84
PyDev on a Mac Robert Marchetti 04/07 81
PyTables Tutorials The Carabos crew 02/08 59
Introducing PythonCard dgd 08/07 30

Videos tagged with programming_tools

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
A first Java program in Eclipse John Montgomery 03/07 336
Shell Basics 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 200
Introducing the PyDev IDE for Eclipse fabiofz 03/07 190
Running Python 2.5 on Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 150
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 1 Jeff Rush 07/07 147
Introducing PyDev Extensions fabiofz 03/07 131
Version Control with Subversion 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 118
Deciding on a Python 2.5 Distro Ian Ozsvald 03/07 102
Shell Basics 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 94
PyDev on a Mac Robert Marchetti 04/07 85
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 2 Jeff Rush 07/07 80
Python Development and Navigation with SPE Ian Ozsvald 03/07 79
Code-completion in Eclipse John Montgomery 03/07 71
Series Overview Ian Ozsvald 05/07 63
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 5 Jeff Rush 07/07 62
Python: Leo shows how the Buttonbox function of EasyGui (German / English subtitles) Horst Jens leo 03/07 61
python: Lexi shows and edit the GUI module Easygui (German / English subtitles) Horst Jens P.L. 03/07 60
Version Control with Subversion 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 59
How to install MinGW Jack Atkinson 02/08 57
Shell Basics 3 Chris Lasher 06/07 57
Using CVS inside Eclipse John Montgomery 03/07 55
Shell Basics 13 Chris Lasher 06/07 53
Using IDLE v1.2 Ian Ozsvald 03/07 52
Introduction to Crunchy André Roberge 11/07 49
The rename refactoring tool in Eclipse John Montgomery 03/07 49
Build a simple file-reader using PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 48
Unit Tests for Dependable Code Ian Ozsvald 03/07 48
Python at the command line Ian Ozsvald 03/07 46
Version Control with Subversion 3 Chris Lasher 06/07 44
Version Control with Subversion 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 44
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 3 Jeff Rush 07/07 43
Starting a Python project with PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 43
Interactive debugging using PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 43
Compiling VIM with Python 2.5 support on Windows XP Jack Atkinson 03/08 39
Shell Basics 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 39
python: Chen shows hot to use a defined fuction in RUR-PLE (German / English subtitles) Horst Jens battlelinus 03/07 39
Debugging Python using the IPython Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 39
Debugging with WinPDB from Within SPE Ian Ozsvald 03/07 36
Developing Python Programs Using the IPython Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 33
An Introduction to PyTables The Carabos crew 02/08 33
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 4 Jeff Rush 07/07 32
Shell Basics 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 32
Shell Basics 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 30
Shell Basics 12 Chris Lasher 06/07 27
Shell Basics 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Shell Basics 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Working with tables under PyTables The Carabos crew 04/08 26
Shell Basics 11 Chris Lasher 06/07 25
Version Control with Subversion 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 25
Bonus - IDLE's Python Help and an Exercise Ian Ozsvald 03/07 25
Shell Basics 9 Chris Lasher 06/07 23
Shell Basics 10 Chris Lasher 06/07 20
Using the Textpad Editor from Within IPython Ian Ozsvald 03/07 19
Getting Started with Python Card dgd 08/07 19
Version Control with Subversion 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 16
Version Control with Subversion 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 15
The quickest path to learning Python using Crunchy André Roberge 12/07 15
The Crunchy Interpreter(s) André Roberge 12/07 14
How to Download IPython the Popular Python Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 14
Version Control with Subversion 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 10
Test Driven Learning (TDL) using Crunchy and MoinMoin. André Roberge 06/08 6
Step by step or The Importance of Reading Instructions: Part II dgd 08/07 6
Take the path of the source... and read the instructions again: Part III dgd 08/07 5
Can we talk? Introducing dialogs in Python Card: Part V dgd 08/07 0
'Minimal' running but lots going on: Part IV dgd 08/07 0
RTVGM or How I learned to Read: Part VII dgd 08/07 0
Copy the Goods and Edit Them: Part IIX dgd 08/07 0
Playing with PythonCard and Molting : Part IX dgd 08/07 0
Shedding skins and changing the Python App: Part VI dgd 08/07 0

Learning-paths tagged with programming_tools

TitleAuthorsDate
Basic Programming Skills [ID:009] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Python GUI Building [ID:018] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Python IDEs and Tools [ID:021] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Beginner Python Programming [ID:011] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09

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