Jeff Rush
Member: 108 months
Authored: 15 videos
Description: Greetings. I'm the (former) Python Advocacy Coordinator and a strong supporter of screencasts. I'm also the organizer of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Pythoneers and was con chair for PyCon 2006 and 2007 in Dallas. I'm also an independent consultant and work in the areas of Python/Zope, embedded Linux s ...
 Jeff Rush
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Thank you! Your IPython videos help me more than other IPython docs.
I wonder why on my Win XP help(somefunction) leads to an error: The command "more" cannot be found. Why isn't the function ttypager used instead? Is this a bug in Python?
Anyway, that's my prolem, not yours! I thank you for your video!!
Thank you, Jeff, for this clear and expressive screencast.
Nice show for a beginner, but not enough detail (not even hints) for those want to learn more. For example, the video only show reST can do html and S5, but does not even give a link to find out how.
Still, nice work. Thanks anyway!
Thanks Jeff, a concise and helpful tutorial. Much appreciated.
Super demo very clear and precise...
Quick 5 minutes on the capabilities of PIL. Very nice. Thank you
I am new to Python. This overview was very helpful.
Nice video, very helpful, thanks. Will certainly watch the rest.
Interesting! I also noticed that you used Emacs (if I'm not mistaken) and this gave me an idea for a video. Could you maybe do a series of Emacs video-tutorials for complete beginners? There is no material of this kind on Showmedo and I believe it would be a great contribution to Emacs newcomers.
In any case, thank you
Excellent work! Thank you very much!
Nice work, easy to understand, even for me as a german - thanks
Thanks - I didn't know about the S5 zoom features
very nice little vid Jeff. thank you for the work you put in. I'll be watching the rest of them for sure.
Thanks! I wanted to find out more about IPython and your demos are nice examples of how an experienced user wields this powerful tool. Great for a newbie to learn from. Experienced users would also probably learn a thing or two.
Thanks a lot for your work!