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Video-series tagged with systems

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Software Carpentry - Shell Basics Chris Lasher 06/07 608
C++ Tutorials - Absolute n00b spoonfeed antiRTFM 03/09 353
Software Carpentry - Version Control with Subversion Chris Lasher 06/07 324
Developing emol! Erik Thompson 12/07 314
VirtualBox Shared Folders Dai 10/08 262
C programming tutorial. gasto 11/07 225
7-zip file compression programme Dai 07/07 167
Using Samba to Share Network Files and Printers Bruce Cadieux 01/07 115
Casting Your Knowledge, With Style Jeff Rush 06/07 57
ubunt recordmydesktop setup Dai 09/07 51
Installing Windows Games in Linux Bruce Cadieux 01/07 40
Showmedo: How to publish your email address in a spam-proof way (English) Horst Jens 12/07 15
QCake the open-source 3D engine (English) Horst Jens P.L. leo 01/08 14
Blender Miscelania (spanish). gasto 05/09 9
Using Lists in Resolver One Resolver Systems 05/08 0
Custom Functions in Resolver One Resolver Systems 05/08 0

Videos tagged with systems

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Shell Basics 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 200
Adding Python to DOS Path Ian Ozsvald 06/07 163
'Hello World' with Perl Steven Devijver 03/07 159
Adding a Menubar to Our Sample Editor Kyran Dale 03/07 158
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 1 Jeff Rush 07/07 147
Version Control with Subversion 1 Chris Lasher 06/07 118
Shell Basics 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 94
Studying skills for programmers. gasto 11/07 87
Ubuntu: Making a .deb package out of a python program (English) Horst Jens 03/07 87
The 'IPython' Interactive Shell - Part 2 Jeff Rush 07/07 80
Network File-sharing Tutorial Bruce Cadieux 03/07 77
Python and the Interactive Shell 'IPython' Jeff Rush 07/07 67
Version Control with Subversion 2 Chris Lasher 06/07 59
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
C tutorial - Building - gasto 11/07 51
ubunt recordmydesktop setup Dai 09/07 50
Build a simple file-reader using PyDev 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
Theoretical Episode - UNIX and GNU Lucas Holland mro 05/07 43
Shell Basics 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 39
Connecting to a Windows or Samba Printer Bruce Cadieux 03/07 38
C tutorial - History - gasto 12/07 36
Shell Basics 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 32
Shell Basics 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 30
Giving Your Screencast Jeff Rush 06/07 29
Preparing for Screencasting Jeff Rush 06/07 28
Shell Basics 12 Chris Lasher 06/07 27
Shell Basics 8 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Shell Basics 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 26
Installing Windows Games in Linux - Part 1 Bruce Cadieux 03/07 25
Version Control with Subversion 4 Chris Lasher 06/07 25
Shell Basics 11 Chris Lasher 06/07 25
C tutorial - Features & CPU architecture - gasto 01/08 23
Shell Basics 9 Chris Lasher 06/07 23
VirtualBox Shared Folders In a Linux Guest OS Dai 11/08 22
Theoratical Episode - Linux and GNU Lucas Holland mro 06/07 21
Shell Basics 10 Chris Lasher 06/07 20
Practical Episode - Installation using the LiveCD Lucas Holland mro 06/07 19
Showmedo: How to publish your email address in a spam-proof way (English) Horst Jens 12/07 17
Version Control with Subversion 7 Chris Lasher 06/07 16
C tutorial - C syntax , part II - gasto 03/08 16
Python Tip: Open A Webbrowser Lucas Holland 04/08 16
Installing Windows Games in Linux - Part 2 Bruce Cadieux 03/07 15
Version Control with Subversion 5 Chris Lasher 06/07 15
Using Google's User Service Kyran Dale 05/08 14
Version Control with Subversion 6 Chris Lasher 06/07 10
openThinClient tutorials xylome 06/08 10
C Tutorial - C syntax - gasto 03/08 9
C++ Tutorial (12) - Absolute n00b spoonfeed antiRTFM 04/09 9
C tutorial - Number guessing game - gasto 04/08 9
Writing a Python CGI Wiki - viewing pages John Montgomery 04/08 8
7-zip copy a file Dai 07/07 7
Re-install, with a specific purpose for system, use PCLinuxOS to build Linux From Scratch Jaqui 08/08 7
Calling functions on a server using XMLRPC Florian Mayer 06/08 7
How to select and use tools David Rawlinson 03/07 6
Importing Data Structures to Create a Complete Portfolio Experience Sean Keesler 10/08 5
QCake: using the 3D editor (English) Horst Jens P.L. 01/08 5
C tutorial - C syntax , part III - gasto 04/08 3
Form Building Basics - The Form Builder Tool Sean Keesler 10/08 2
Adding Color to the Atoms Erik Thompson 07/08 2
A Django ReST Wiki for PyCon2008 Doug Napoleone 09/07 2
Coordinate system part II (Spanish) gasto 02/12 0
Where Administration Goes Ryan Bates 05/07 0
Custom Functions in Resolver One Resolver Systems 05/08 0
Using Lists in Resolver One Resolver Systems 05/08 0

Learning-paths tagged with systems

TitleAuthorsDate
Basic Programming Skills [ID:009] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
C Programming [ID:022] Ian Ozsvald, gasto, 04/09
Screencasting Tutorial [ID:023] Ian Ozsvald, Kyran Dale, ... 04/09
Announcing Showmedo's Learning-paths [ID:001] Kyran Dale, 03/09
Scientific Python Programming [ID:017] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09

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