Check out my latest video from the Python 101 Screencast. In this episode we learn how to use Python’s file handling capabilities. You will learn how to read, write and append to a file.
I recorded the next episode of my Python 101 screencast today. You can support my crowdfunding campaign here.
The video is about Python’s looping structures. You will also learn how to use the else construct with a loop. Here’s the video:
My second Kickstarter campaign is coming to an end in less than 2 days! I still haven’t met my goal, but I know I could still make it. In the mean time, I created episode #3, which is a screencast about Python’s lists, tuples and dictionaries. You can check it out here:
Be sure to check out my Kickstarter campaign too!
Yesterday I put together another demo of Python 101, the Screencast. This one is based on the first chapter of my book, which covers the basics of IDLE, Python’s built-in development environment. You can check out the video below:
The Kickstarter campaign for the screencast series has one more week to go. You can check out the Kickstarter here. I appreciate your support!
My latest project is turning my book, Python 101, into a Screencast. I have started a Kickstarter to raise funds to help in this endeavor. You can check it out here:
The basic idea is to take each chapter of the book and turn it into a screencast. There are 44 chapters currently that will be turned into mini-videos. I’ve already realized I can add a lot of other items in a screencast that are easier to show than to write about, so there will definitely be additional content. I hope you will join me in this project.
I am currently working on another Kickstarter campaign to turn my book, Python 101 into a video series. I am planning on launching this project on Wednesday, March 25th. There are 44 chapters in my book, so I’ll be creating a minimum of 44 screencast videos. Here is what is currently covered in the book and what will also be covered in the video series:
Yesterday I posted about PyImageSearch Gurus computer vision Kickstarter and then I came across another semi-related Kickstarter. This one is for Machine vision with Python using an OpenMV Cam. It uses MicroPython (Python for microcontrollers) to control a camera on a circuit board. This project can be used with an Arduino, mbed or other microcontroller over I2C, Serial, or SPI protocols. I believe the Raspberry Pi falls into one or more of the latter categories.
They haven’t reached their goal yet, but they have almost a month left to raise the funds. You can check our their project here.
I’ve actually never heard of this guy, but the fellow behind the pyimagesearch blog has created a Kickstarter for a computer vision subscription course. His name is Adrian Rosebrock and his Kickstarter was funded in 25 minutes! His course covers a lot of different topics in computer vision and sounds really interesting. You should definitely check it out, especially if you’re in this field.
This week we welcome Dr. Margherita DI LEO as our PyDev of the Week. She is our first PyLady in this series! Let’s spend some time getting to know her!
This week we have Mariano Reingart as our PyDev of the Week. Mariano co-authored the web2py Application Development Cookbook for Packt Publishing and has recently done a partial port of wxQt for wxPython. Let’s spend some time with Mariano to see what he has to say!