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Extremely powerful and flexable Python Multiprocessing
Learn to scale your UNIX Python applications to multiple cores by using the multiprocessing module which is built into Python 2.6. Multiprocessing mimics parts of the threading API in Python to give the developer a high level of control over flocks of processes, but also incorporates many additional features unique to processes.
Build Powerful Plone Websites with new book from Packt
This tutorial will teach users how to structure and organize content so that their site is poised to grow. Just like building a house, users need to have a strong foundation and framework to support a site that is built to last, without needing any major rebuilding in the future. Proper planning from the beginning will go a long way toward having a site that is easy to maintain. Users will learn how to organize content; create folders; organize folders based on topics and groups; create collections; move files from one folder to another; copy folders; create page navigation and also to move the order in which pages are displayed in the navigation. This tutorial gets a bit deeper into Plone's end user architecture. By the end of this tutorial, users should have the confidence to start adding content to their site in an organized and effective manner.
A complete tutorial on Python
Learn Python starting from basics till advance topics like Database access, XML processing, CGI programming and many other concepts.
Python 3 Metaclasses and other strange creatures Part-2
This second article builds on the previous article. In Part 2 of this two-part series, discover more new Python features and details on more advanced topics such as changes in abstract base classes, metaclasses, and decorators.
Python 3 Metaclasses and other strange creatures Part-1
Python 3 is the latest version of Guido van Rossum's powerful general-purpose programming language. It breaks backwards compatibility with the 2.x line but has cleaned up some syntax issues. This article is the first in a series that talks about the changes that affect the language and backwards compatibility, and it provides examples of new features.
Create GPS-aware Nokia N810 apps with Eclipse and Python
This article shows you how choosing Python and Eclipse as the core technologies for Nokia N810 application development makes it easy to create unit tests to add built-in testing to the end product. See how easy it is to configure a development environment targeted at the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, including setting up Eclipse on a target development machine for the Python language.
Python 3 changes breaks backwards compatibility
The breaking of backwards compatibility will mean supporting two different versions in parallel. This article covers changes to input/output (I/O), the new bytes data type, changes to strings and string formatting, and finally, changes to the built-in dict type.
WSGI Python Tutorial
WSGI is the standard specification for web programming in Python. This tutorial shows how it works with simple code samples.
Learn Best Practices for Designing, Coding, and Distributing Python Software
Writing code in Python is simple, however, writing code that is efficient and easy to maintain and reuse is not so straightforward. This is where this book intends to step in. Written by Tarek Ziadé, a contributor to the Zope code and an experienced Python developer,
Introducing the JyDT Plug-in for Eclipse
The JyDT plug-in enables Eclipse to work as a Jython/CPython IDE. In this tutorial learn how to configure the JyDT and a brief description of it. Learn to use the PyDev perspective and explorer, compile and run code, use the debugger, do unit testing, refactor, manage Python projects, and use the editor and IDE.
Intro to PYX
XML is a fairly simple format. It uses plain Unicode text rather than binary encoding, and all the structures are declared with predictable-looking tags. Nonetheless, there are still enough rules in the XML grammar that a carefully debugged parser is needed to process XML documents -- and every parser imposes its own particular programming style. An alternative is to make XML even simpler. The open-source PYX format is a purely line-oriented format for representing XML documents that allows for much easier processing of XML document contents with common text tools like grep, sed, awk, wc, and the usual UNIX collection.
learn about variables in python. Variables are a letter(s) or letters and numbers combined which store data.
Boolean expressions are expressions that have the values ‘True’ or ‘False’ as results.
Learn more about control structures: If, elif, and, or, ect. commands
Intro to Python Generators
Generators are a very cool Python abstraction that allows you to greatly simplify control flow and can also lead to much lower memory consumption.
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