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Video-series tagged with types

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
OpenOffice Base Dai 08/07 1222
Scribus Desktop Publishing Dai 10/07 1172
C++ Tutorials - Absolute n00b spoonfeed antiRTFM 03/09 353
Assembly Language Tutorial Neil Dickson 08/08 294
C programming tutorial. gasto 11/07 225
My Favourite App mro Ian Ozsvald Lucas Holland Dai gasto 01/08 122
GIMP tutorial by example. gasto 06/08 97
Screencasting in Linux rfquerin-heathenx 02/08 85
Crunchy André Roberge 11/07 84
Casting Your Knowledge, With Style Jeff Rush 06/07 57
Introducing PythonCard dgd 08/07 30
Python Terminology - introduction - gasto 03/09 27

Videos tagged with types

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Data Types & Shell Output Lucas Holland 10/07 98
Variables and Naming Ian Ozsvald 06/08 92
Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 1: Jumping in Head First Neil Dickson 09/08 76
Write and Run (and Unit Tests), No Compiling Ian Ozsvald 06/08 66
An Introduction to Screencasting in Linux rfquerin-heathenx 02/08 57
Installing PCLinuxOS Jaqui 03/08 43
int and float Ian Ozsvald 07/08 43
list Ian Ozsvald 07/08 42
decimal Ian Ozsvald 07/08 36
C tutorial - History - gasto 12/07 36
3 Minute Overview (pyWin32) Ian Ozsvald 04/08 36
Connecting Python to the Database Kyran Dale 06/08 34
How to use Java Web Start for your Java application Chris Pollaro 08/08 31
dict Ian Ozsvald 08/08 29
Changing The Join Type Dai 08/07 29
Giving Your Screencast Jeff Rush 06/07 29
Preparing for Screencasting Jeff Rush 06/07 28
Encoding Screencasts in Linux with MEncoder rfquerin-heathenx 02/08 28
GIMP - Text & path tracing - gasto 07/08 25
For on a set Ian Ozsvald 09/08 20
The "datetime" module Lucas Holland 09/08 19
Getting Started with Python Card dgd 08/07 19
For using a range Ian Ozsvald 07/08 18
An Introduction to Avogadro Marcus D. Hanwell 11/08 17
Scribus Calendar Wizard Dai 02/08 15
Python variables and values. gasto 03/09 15
Python Terminology - introduction - gasto 03/09 15
The Crunchy Interpreter(s) André Roberge 12/07 14
C++ Tutorial (7) - Absolute n00b spoonfeed antiRTFM 03/09 14
Dialogs and docking. gasto 12/08 10
Links in a Scribus Document Dai 01/08 8
ogg to mp4 conversion using VLC Dai 05/08 7
Step by step or The Importance of Reading Instructions: Part II dgd 08/07 6
Brushes tutorial gasto 11/08 5
Take the path of the source... and read the instructions again: Part III dgd 08/07 5
C tutorial - C syntax , part III - gasto 04/08 3
Form Building Basics - The Form Builder Tool Sean Keesler 10/08 2
C++ Tutorial (19) - Absolute n00b spoonfeed antiRTFM 04/09 2
Installing Python Ian Ozsvald 05/08 2
7. Application configuration and make packages Jiang Xin 07/08 1
Complex Numbers and other Python datatypes in Resolver One Resolver Systems 05/08 1
Can we talk? Introducing dialogs in Python Card: Part V dgd 08/07 0
Copy the Goods and Edit Them: Part IIX dgd 08/07 0
'Minimal' running but lots going on: Part IV dgd 08/07 0
Shedding skins and changing the Python App: Part VI dgd 08/07 0
The Stack Trace Ryan Bates 05/07 0
RTVGM or How I learned to Read: Part VII dgd 08/07 0
Playing with PythonCard and Molting : Part IX dgd 08/07 0

Learning-paths tagged with types

TitleAuthorsDate
C Programming [ID:022] Ian Ozsvald, gasto, 04/09
None [ID:007] gasto, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Starting with OpenOffice [ID:026] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 06/09
Python GUI Building [ID:018] Ian Ozsvald, Horst Jens, ... 04/09
Screencasting Tutorial [ID:023] Ian Ozsvald, Kyran Dale, ... 04/09

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