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Video-series tagged with software

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Software Carpentry - Shell Basics Chris Lasher 06/07 608
5-Minutes With Python Jeff Rush 06/07 349
Software Carpentry - Version Control with Subversion Chris Lasher 06/07 324
Developing emol! Erik Thompson 12/07 314
Assembly Language Tutorial Neil Dickson 08/08 294
Beginning GNU/Linux with Ubuntu mro Lucas Holland 04/07 205
Repairing Photos With GIMP Rede 12/07 181
Using Samba to Share Network Files and Printers Bruce Cadieux 01/07 115
Amateur Desktop Publishing Rede 12/07 86
Anime Studio Basics spleenman0 10/07 64
Installing Windows Games in Linux Bruce Cadieux 01/07 40
[DEPRECATED] Screencasting On a Windows Machine Ian Ozsvald 01/07 17
Inkscape Tutorial by heathenx - EP037 DVD Software Box rfquerin-heathenx 11/07 13
The Neo1973 OpenMoko Cell Phone Jeff Rush 07/07 12
Performance Optimization Tutorial Neil Dickson 09/09 9
ViTables Tutorials The Carabos crew 02/08 8
Contrasting IPython on Leopard with and without readline RichardBronosky 01/08 7
DosBox tutorials Peter 04/08 4

Videos tagged with software

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
First 5 Minutes with Python Ian Ozsvald 06/07 218
Shell Basics 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 200
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 0: Some Background Neil Dickson 08/08 172
Terms and Concepts used in 3D Graphics Glen Moyes 03/07 172
Version Control with Subversion 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 118
Shell Basics 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 94
Common Part Lucas Holland mro 04/07 79
Network File-sharing Tutorial Bruce Cadieux 03/07 77
Python and the Interactive Shell 'IPython' Jeff Rush 07/07 67
Introduction Erik Thompson 12/07 61
Version Control with Subversion 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 59
Using Nosetests and Coverage to create robust software percious 07/08 57
Shell Basics 3 Chris Lasher 06/07 57
A Demonstration of ReStructuredText Jeff Rush 07/07 55
Shell Basics 13 Chris Lasher 06/07 53
Part 1 Using The Scissor Selection Tool Rede 12/07 50
Version Control with Subversion 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 44
Version Control with Subversion 3 Chris Lasher 06/07 44
Practical Episode - User Interface Basics Lucas Holland mro 06/07 43
Theoretical Episode - UNIX and GNU Lucas Holland mro 05/07 43
SQLite from Python: Database Basics Erik Thompson 01/09 41
Python and the Image Manipulation Library Jeff Rush 08/07 40
Shell Basics 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 39
wxPython and PyOpenGL Example 1 Erik Thompson 01/08 39
Connecting to a Windows or Samba Printer Bruce Cadieux 03/07 38
Introduction to Anime Studio Series Series spleenman0 10/07 37
An Introduction to PyTables The Carabos crew 02/08 33
Shell Basics 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 32
Reverse Engineering Using BOUML TheBoss 03/09 31
Shell Basics 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 30
Test Driven Development by Example Florian Mayer 08/08 29
Part 2 Using The Clone Tool Rede 12/07 29
Part 3 Using Different Tools To Touch The Repair Rede 12/07 28
Installing wxPython and PyOpenGL Erik Thompson 01/08 28
Basics of Drawing and Animation spleenman0 04/08 28
Shell Basics 12 Chris Lasher 06/07 27
Working with tables under PyTables The Carabos crew 04/08 26
Shell Basics 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Shell Basics 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Shell Basics 11 Chris Lasher 06/07 25
Installing Windows Games in Linux - Part 1 Bruce Cadieux 03/07 25
Version Control with Subversion 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 25
Shell Basics 9 Chris Lasher 06/07 23
Use Cases Erik Thompson 12/07 21
Theoratical Episode - Linux and GNU Lucas Holland mro 06/07 21
Building Your Newsletter Template Part 1 Rede 12/07 20
Shell Basics 10 Chris Lasher 06/07 20
Practical Episode - Installation using the LiveCD Lucas Holland mro 06/07 19
Intro to PagePlus SE Rede 12/07 19
Part 4 Using the Laso & Magic Wand Rede 06/08 19
Vector Math for 3D Programming Erik Thompson 06/08 18
Getting Started with Launchpad and Bazaar in 20 Minutes Erik Thompson 01/08 18
Brightness-Contrast Versus Curves Tool Rede 08/08 17
Building Your Newsletter Template Part 2 Rede 12/07 16
Version Control with Subversion 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 16
Installing Windows Games in Linux - Part 2 Bruce Cadieux 03/07 15
Version Control with Subversion 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 15
Downloading and Burning an Ubuntu ISO Alan Pope 04/07 14
How to Download IPython the Popular Python Shell Ian Ozsvald 03/07 14
Inkscape Tutorial by heathenx - EP037 DVD Software Box rfquerin-heathenx 11/07 13
Getting Started: Installing Bazaar, Downloading the Source emmajane 11/08 13
More OpenGL Examples Erik Thompson 01/08 13
GIMP Levels Tool Rede 07/08 12
Configuring CamStudio 2.0 On Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 12
An Overview of the First OpenMoko Phone Jeff Rush 07/07 12
Going Over the OpenGL Example Code Erik Thompson 01/08 12
Preparing to Use the GPL & Using a Batch File with Bazaar Erik Thompson 01/08 11
SQLite Database Class Erik Thompson 01/09 11
Pracitcal Episode - Package Management Lucas Holland mro 06/07 11
Part 5 Repairing Winkles Rede 06/08 10
Class Diagrams Erik Thompson 01/08 10
Editing An Oval Picture Rede 08/08 10
Version Control with Subversion 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 10
Starting Your Newsletter Rede 12/07 9
Add Calendar To Your Newsletter Rede 04/08 7
Contrasting IPython on Leopard with and without readline RichardBronosky 01/08 7
Drawing the Atoms as Spheres Erik Thompson 06/08 6
Coding the PDB Class Erik Thompson 01/08 6
Claiming Fair Use and Adding the wxPython Code Erik Thompson 02/08 5
Querying Tables with ViTables The Carabos crew 02/08 5
Make Your Own ShowMeDos With HyperCam on Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 5
Text Flow Rede 12/07 5
Getting started with DosBox, the basics Peter 04/08 4
Coding the Molecule, Atom, and Bond Classes Erik Thompson 01/08 4
Learn Python with Club ShowMeDo Ian Ozsvald 05/08 4
Finishing Your Newsletter Rede 12/07 4
Docudo Ronald Jaramillo 03/07 4
Added Settings Class that uses SQLite Database Erik Thompson 01/09 4
Performance Optimization Tutorial: Episode 0: Intro to Optimization Neil Dickson 09/09 4
Bugfix in molecule module Erik Thompson 01/08 4
Text Wrap Rede 12/07 4
Adding the Slideshow Feature Erik Thompson 07/08 4
Completing the wxPython File Open Dialog Erik Thompson 06/08 3
An Introduction to ViTables The Carabos crew 02/08 3
Using the Settings Class Erik Thompson 01/09 3
Copyright © Erik Thompson 02/08 3
Building Your Newsletter Template Part 3 Rede 12/07 3
Performance Optimization Tutorial: Episode 2: Bits and Bytes, Part 1 Neil Dickson 09/09 3
Centering the Molecule, Aspect Ratio, Zooming to Size Erik Thompson 07/08 3
Part 1 Creating A Club Phonebook Cover Rede 12/07 2
Performance Optimization Tutorial: Episode 1: Simplification Neil Dickson 09/09 2
Enabling the Additional Settings Erik Thompson 01/09 2
OpenGL Text and a wxPython Checked Menu Option Erik Thompson 07/08 2
Calculating Bonds not in the .pdb File Erik Thompson 06/08 2
Adding Color to the Atoms Erik Thompson 07/08 2
Using a wxPython Timer to Rotate the Molecule Erik Thompson 07/08 2
Using CamStudio 2.0 On Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 1
Part 2 Creating A Club Phonebook Template Rede 12/07 1
Drawing the Bonds as Cylinders Erik Thompson 06/08 1
Saving Additional Settings From the Dialog Erik Thompson 01/09 0
Adding a wxPython Dialog Erik Thompson 01/09 0
Part 3 Finishing A Club Phone Book Rede 12/07 0

Learning-paths tagged with software

TitleAuthorsDate
Python GUI Building [ID:018] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Basic Programming Skills [ID:009] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Full Projects in Python [ID:014] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Intermediate Python Programming [ID:012] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Scientific Python Programming [ID:017] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09

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