Video: Programming Django, part 2 Programming with the Python Django web frameworkSep 09, 2008
Part 2 of the video workshopmore »
Django Video Workshop Programming with the Python Django web frameworkSep 08, 2008
The screencast is from Douglas Napoleone of the Python Software Foundation, programming a step-by-step solution for a simple database web application,more »
In response to a challenge to programming language developers set by the editors of Linux Magazine, Python Django returned with a solution that is now available as a video workshop.more »
Stackless Python Programming with Stackless PythonJul 02, 2008
The Stackless extension brings lightweight processes to Python, opening a new style of programming with dynamic heap access.more »
Practical Python in Linux Getting started with Python in LinuxJul 02, 2008
We’ll introduce you to Python, an easy-to-learn scripting language, and also help you get started creating your own practical Python scripts.more »
Optimizing Python Optimizing Python scriptsJul 02, 2008
The trick to optimization is to save time in the right places.more »
Version 0.20.0 of Itools, a function rich library for Python programmers, has now been released.more »
Version 1.0 of Pottymouth, a Python module for HTML processsing has just been released. The tool helps sanitize user input from websites.more »
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