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Video-series tagged with starting

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
C programming tutorial. gasto 11/07 225
A Gentle Introduction to the Google App Engine Python SDK Kyran Dale 05/08 109
Introducing Wing 3 Ian Ozsvald Stephan Deibel 10/07 60
Casting Your Knowledge, With Style Jeff Rush 06/07 57
Starting with Python Ian Ozsvald 05/08 29
Blender Miscelania (spanish). gasto 05/09 9

Videos tagged with starting

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Studying skills for programmers. gasto 11/07 87
Your own Skeleton wxPython Application Ian Ozsvald 02/08 53
C tutorial - Building - gasto 11/07 51
Starting a Python project with PyDev Ian Ozsvald 03/07 43
Introduction to the Series Kyran Dale 05/08 39
C tutorial - History - gasto 12/07 36
Starting with Unit-tests Ian Ozsvald 05/07 36
Connecting Python to the Database Kyran Dale 06/08 35
Wing IDE 3: Writing code and Navigating Ian Ozsvald Stephan Deibel 11/07 35
Installing the Python SDK and a 'Hello World' demonstration Kyran Dale 05/08 32
Wing IDE 3: Debugging and the Debug Probe Ian Ozsvald Stephan Deibel 11/07 29
Giving Your Screencast Jeff Rush 06/07 29
Preparing for Screencasting Jeff Rush 06/07 28
Talking to Excel with pyWin32 Ian Ozsvald 04/08 26
C tutorial - Features & CPU architecture - gasto 01/08 23
Using the webapp Framework Kyran Dale 05/08 21
Handling Forms With webapp Kyran Dale 05/08 17
C tutorial - C syntax , part II - gasto 03/08 16
Using Google's User Service Kyran Dale 05/08 14
Introduction to RPyC 3.0 tomerfiliba 11/08 11
Language overview Ian Ozsvald 05/08 11
openThinClient tutorials xylome 06/08 10
C tutorial - Number guessing game - gasto 04/08 9
C Tutorial - C syntax - gasto 03/08 9
Starting Your Newsletter Rede 12/07 9
Arduino 'Blink' in 2 minutes on XP Ian Ozsvald 03/08 7
Good Battery David Rawlinson 03/07 6
Writing your first program Ian Ozsvald 05/08 6
Books and Training Ian Ozsvald 05/08 5
Learn Python with Club ShowMeDo Ian Ozsvald 05/08 4
C tutorial - C syntax , part III - gasto 04/08 3
Installing Python Ian Ozsvald 05/08 2
Using CamStudio 2.0 On Windows XP Ian Ozsvald 03/07 1
Using JavaScript with TurboGears, Part 3 Ian Ozsvald Kevin Dangoor 03/08 1
Tutorials and Forums Ian Ozsvald 05/08 1
Blender vertices selection. (Spanish) gasto 10/10 0

Learning-paths tagged with starting

TitleAuthorsDate
C Programming [ID:022] Ian Ozsvald, gasto, 04/09
Beginner Python Web Programming [ID:019] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Python IDEs and Tools [ID:021] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09
Screencasting Tutorial [ID:023] Ian Ozsvald, Kyran Dale, ... 04/09

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