Videos tagged with ShowMeDo
In the common part, we discuss some of the basic stuff that you have to know when watching future episodes.
This tutorial is a short Hello World tutorial on setting up the free IDE Eclipse w/ Pydev extension on the Intel Mac OSX. Shows you how to quickly setup and get running.
I talk briefly about how CSV Reader includes Enumerable and defines each. I talk about extracting information from a typical log file. I give an extended example(long but not that complicated) of Distributed Ruby, and point viewers to the first edition of Programming Ruby by Dave Thomas.
I talk about marshaling(serialization), attr_reader, and an introduction but don't finish showing an existing example of implementing each in one's own class.
I talk about Deep Copy versus Shallow Copy, some Regular Expressions basics(including object-oriented regular expression idioms), implementing to_s in user classes, using case statements, Ranges, File input, single quote vs. double quote strings.
This video is about creating one's own classes. I walk through a bioinformatics class I ported from Oreilly online's Beginning Python for Bioinformatics. I talk about def initialize, instance variables, class variables, and a very quick note on regular expressions (which I talk more about in the third video).
This video is a basic introduction to Ruby. It starts out with showing some of the basic reflection capabilities of Ruby such as (10**10).class. Then I talk about indefinite chaining of methods. Other topics are if...elsif...else statements, method syntax, working with Arrays and Hashes, Hash literals, nil, and blocks, and a basic introduction to accessing Ruby documentation using "ri".
The basic features of easy_connection, an event-based front-end to Python sockets.
Django is a Python web framework used for rapid application development in any environment. In under 10 minutes, we will go from a bare Linux (Ubuntu) installation to a fully functional Django server.
In this Python screencast author will cover Event Handling and use the Label, Button and Entry (text-input) controls in Python-Tk.