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Video-series tagged with shell

Software Carpentry - Shell Basics Chris Lasher 06/07 608
A Demonstration of the 'IPython' Interactive Shell Jeff Rush 07/07 354
Introduction to Python web-programming: CGI John Montgomery 04/08 85
Crunchy André Roberge 11/07 84
Misc Dai 05/08 73
Intro to remote command line (linux) Aaron Fay 03/08 37
Introduction to Unix Tim Bower 09/09 19
Python: Beginners Tutorial (Russian) Horst Jens Lesly 03/08 14
Installing twill (shell web browser) Ian Ozsvald 03/08 10

Videos tagged with shell

Shell Basics 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 203
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 1 Jeff Rush 07/07 147
Data Types & Shell Output Lucas Holland 10/07 98
An Introduction To Python Objects Using IPython (Part-1) Jerol Harrington 03/07 98
Shell Basics 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 94
Overview (Variables and Containers) Ian Ozsvald 07/08 82
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 2 Jeff Rush 07/07 80
Python and the Interactive Shell 'IPython' Jeff Rush 07/07 67
An introduction to Python resources - Part 2/2 Ian Ozsvald 03/07 64
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 5 Jeff Rush 07/07 62
Shell Basics 3 Chris Lasher 06/07 57
DVD Menus With DVDStyler Dai 05/08 54
Shell Basics 13 Chris Lasher 06/07 53
Introduction to Python web-programming: CGI John Montgomery 04/08 49
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 3 Jeff Rush 07/07 43
Debugging Python using the IPython Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 39
Shell Basics 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 39
Enabling Tab Completion in IRB Eric Lake 03/07 36
Shell Basics 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 33
Developing Python Programs Using the IPython Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 33
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 4 Jeff Rush 07/07 32
Shell Basics 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 31
Encoding Screencasts in Linux with MEncoder rfquerin-heathenx 02/08 28
Intro to remote command line (linux) Aaron Fay 03/08 28
Shell Basics 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 27
Shell Basics 12 Chris Lasher 06/07 27
Shell Basics 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Getting Started Kirby Urner 07/07 25
Using Python's CGIHTTPServer module to run CGI scripts John Montgomery 04/08 25
Shell Basics 11 Chris Lasher 06/07 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
Using Python's CGI module John Montgomery 04/08 16
How to Download IPython the Popular Python Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 14
The Crunchy Interpreter(s) André Roberge 12/07 14
The structure of arguments passed to Unix commands Tim Bower 09/09 14
Intro to remote command line part 2 Aaron Fay 03/08 11
Installing twill (shell web browser) Ian Ozsvald 03/08 10
Cinelerra basic video editing Dai 05/08 9
Writing a Python CGI Wiki - saving changes and browser redirects John Montgomery 04/08 9
Writing a Python CGI Wiki - viewing pages John Montgomery 04/08 8
Python: introducing graphic with xturtle (Russian) Lesly Horst Jens 03/08 8
Filtering Data Vertically with Cut and Awk Tim Bower 10/09 7
Writing a Python CGI Wiki - displaying an edit form John Montgomery 04/08 7
Python: Beginners Tutorial: True and False, If, Else and Print (Russian) Lesly Horst Jens 03/08 6
Cinelerra Video Editing Dai 05/08 5
Cinelerra Video Effects Dai 05/08 3
Alias Commands Dai 05/08 2
Installing Python Ian Ozsvald 05/08 2
Cinelerra video effect pt2 Dai 05/08 1
3. code coverage and final pySvnManager model usage. Jiang Xin 07/08 1
Using Nautilus as Adminitrator Dai 03/09 0

Learning-paths tagged with shell

Python IDEs and Tools [ID:021] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Beginner Python Web Programming [ID:019] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Full Projects in Python [ID:014] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Basic Programming Skills [ID:009] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09

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