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Python 101: Setting up Python on Windows

November 24, 2011 by Mike
Python is pretty easy to install on Windows, but sometimes you need to do a few extra tweaks to really get the most our your development environment. In this article, we will try to cover all the common things you might want to do or install to get an ideal Python Windows development workspace set […]

PyWin32: adodbapi and MS Access

February 1, 2011 by Mike
Last week, there was an interesting thread on the PyWin32 mailing list about how to read Microsoft Access databases with Python without having Access actually installed. Vernon Cole had the solution, but I noticed that Google doesn't seem to index the PyWin32 list very well, so I decided to write about it here.

Top Ten Articles of 2010

December 30, 2010 by Mike
A lot of websites are doing year-end retrospectives this week, so I thought you might find it interesting to know which articles on this blog were the most popular this year. Below you will find links to each article along with the page view count I got from Google Analytics: A Simple Step-by-Step Reportlab Tutorial, […]

PyWin32: Getting Windows Event Logs

July 27, 2010 by Mike
The other day, there was a post on one of the mailing lists that I follow about accessing the Windows Event Logs. I thought that was an interesting topic, so I went looking for examples and found a pretty nice example on ActiveState. In this article, you'll find out what I discovered.

Python and Microsoft Office - Using PyWin32

July 16, 2010 by Mike
Most typical users have used Microsoft Office. While Office may be the bane of tech support, we still have to deal with it. Python can be used to script (AKA automate) Office and make it easier for us or our users to use. It may not be as easy as recording a macro, but it's […]

Python: How to Tell How Long Windows Has Been Idle

May 5, 2010 by Mike
The other day, I received a request to create a script that could tell how long a Windows XP machine had been idle and to alert the user if it had been idle for a certain amount of time. I did a little research with Google and found a couple of ways to accomplish this […]
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