Name: [002] Ian Ozsvald
Member: 108 months
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Description: I am the co-founder of ShowMeDo (see http://showmedo.com/about), author of `The Screencasting Handbook <http://thescreencastinghandbook.com>`_ and the founder of the professional screencast production company `ProCasts <http://procasts.co.uk>`_: .. image:: http://procasts.co.uk/media/procasts_sma ...

Series Overview in 5 minutes [ID:242] (Free) (1/17)

in series: Python 101 - easygui and csv

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We look over what is covered in the series and what you'll learn in the following 1 hour 20 minutes of tutorial screencasts.

Series Pre-requisite - note that you will need a working nosetest environment to complete all the episodes (necessary links are given), but you'll be able to work through the series without it (you'll just miss out a bit!). Links for getting the nosetest files are of course given where necessary.

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I like the intro


Nice overview; looks interesting


Excellent series thank you.


52. Eugenijus Fri, 16 Apr 2010 02:23

I amd just trying to learn about Python and its advantages ...


I was unclear as to how I was to obtain the WING IDE


GREETINGS


49. Will Gillick Mon, 01 Mar 2010 01:23

Very impressed with the instructional method. I haven't seen the price tag yet ( :>), but I hope to start some of your videos so I can get up to speed on Python development quickly. Btw, one "production" comment: your voice is pleasant to listen to, but the volume is a little uneven. No problem understanding, though! --Will


Sounds good up front. I want to use this to run a distance model --from sample plot points (dependant point in the math equation)--over imagery and 'unweight' more distant pixels, say with a gaussian filter. Similar to inverse distance weighting but with (i dont completeley understand) --an adptive search grid or kernel over the image. Its a saptial thing if you will.

Regards.


46. anonymous Mon, 28 Dec 2009 17:31

I am very interested in this, but unsure of what it is exactly. I am sure this is not due to your lack of explaining what it is, but is due to my lack of knowledge on this. I am just truly trying to figure out what python is in the first place, so I know I am truly somehow in the wrong place. With 181 videos, I am sure that I will find something somewhere that will help point me in the right direction.


45. anonymous Tue, 22 Dec 2009 03:21

All the tutorials in this website are awesome...i am new to python and programming and these tutorials are really good


44. anonymous Tue, 17 Nov 2009 21:37

Very nice introduction to your videos. I especially like the highlighting that follows you mouse pointer.


43. anonymous Fri, 13 Nov 2009 17:54

I'm looking forwrd to learn as much as I can from the bottom up of this ineresting Programming language-

Bye

Bye


42. anonymous Fri, 13 Nov 2009 17:47

I'm looking forwrd to learn as much as I can from the bottom up of this ineresting Programming language-

Bye

Bye


41. anonymous Thu, 05 Nov 2009 07:33

Indeed its very nice to begin!!


40. anonymous Fri, 23 Oct 2009 07:21

seems nice


39. anonymous Fri, 16 Oct 2009 07:21

It's prrety good


38. anonymous Mon, 12 Oct 2009 12:28

Hi,

I'm unable to view the videos on my pc..... I'm using windows explorer 7 and have flash 10 installed and also I'm using XP..... I have been able to acess videos in the past but for some reason now I keep getting the 'get flash to see this video' with every video I try and look at. I've downloaded flash several times but keep getting the same message. If you have any suggestions I'd be very grateful.

Cheers

Will.


37. anonymous Mon, 12 Oct 2009 12:28

Hi,

I'm unable to view the videos on my pc..... I'm using windows explorer 7 and have flash 10 installed and also I'm using XP..... I have been able to acess videos in the past but for some reason now I keep getting the 'get flash to see this video' with every video I try and look at. I've downloaded flash several times but keep getting the same message. If you have any suggestions I'd be very grateful.

Cheers

Will.


36. anonymous Thu, 24 Sep 2009 15:34

Good intro. Again, I'm thinking that some kind of time-based index into the insides of the videos in the series could be helpful:

1 First Video

0:00 First topic

2:10 Second topic

5:17 Third topic

2 Second Video

etc.


35. anonymous Wed, 09 Sep 2009 13:04

club Showmedo

If I purchase the membership:

a. Do I have access to only a particular series

or

b. Do I have access to all the videos in all the series

Please let me know.

Thank you.


34. anonymous Wed, 26 Aug 2009 12:13

Hi my name is Tammy. I'm just beginning with Python and I need some serious help. Is there anyone we can have a chat session to to help me out?


33. anonymous Tue, 18 Aug 2009 09:46

The overview shows the 101 series is what I can certainly use.


I've done all 17 videos and highly recommend the series to anybody who is struggling to write code with a GUI interface. In addition, there is a nice video on refactoring which has been enormously helfpul to me in writing reusable code blocks.

I spent 8 weeks (2 hours/week) in a Python class at a local university and I got more out of these videos than I did out of the 16 hours of the university class.


Just getting started with python... Thank you for the introduction.


30. anonymous Wed, 08 Jul 2009 11:59

Great!! I like the way you teach in these videos, your voice tone if fantastic. I only saw the first video yet, but I'm going to take it on.

Thanks.


29. anonymous Fri, 19 Jun 2009 16:01

good job!


28. anonymous Sun, 07 Jun 2009 11:45

want to know


27. anonymous Fri, 22 May 2009 15:12

Just getting into Python, sounds interesting - you could say I'm sitting on the fence looking to see if I should take the plunge!


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