Name: [079] Lucas Holland
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Description: Hey, I'm a geek just like you ;-) No, seriously I do have a real life... I enjoy programming, screencasting and spending time with my friends. I maintain a blog together with Marius at: http://www.monroebrothers.org ...

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in series: Batteries included - The Python standard library

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In this video I give you an overview of what I cover in the series. In addition to that, I also walk you through a crash course on modules in Python. NOTE there are some loud audio noises on occasion, please excuse the bumps on the microphone!

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Nice easy basic lesson, i'll definetly watch rest of ithis


very good, thank you


Looks like a very comprehensive series. Exciting!


17. drownedfrog Tue, 25 May 2010 17:36

this is great material!


Very useful. One problem with the video is the background noise, which is a distraction


15. anonymous Sat, 03 Oct 2009 12:33

Excellent information. Well organized.


pretty good, i did not know it was a bad thing to import *, but now i understand that its better to use objects with their full namespace.

lots of typing but clean...


13. anonymous Thu, 23 Jul 2009 15:57

Cool stuff. I am learning python right now and these look quite useful I will check the rest of the :)

malcolm


12. anonymous Sat, 11 Jul 2009 11:34

Very good introduction. Nice microphone work ;-)

John


great video...

thank you!


Couldn't you move your mic less and don't drop it during tutorial?


9. anonymous Thu, 21 Aug 2008 04:32

I look forward to the rest of your series; however I'm surprised that you didn't remake the introduction to make a video without the several very startling episodes of mic noise.


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Thanks for your positive feedback, gasto, I really appreciate it!


I am glad you are making Club ShowMeDo screencasts. This will help give learners more reasons to join ShowMeDo and keep it self-maintainable.

This series seems to be very promising.


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