Learn Python in 10 Minutes

2010-05-25T22:48:59+00:00 December 12th, 2007|Python|

So, you want to learn the Python programming language but can't find a concise and yet full-featured tutorial. This tutorial will attempt to teach you Python in 10 minutes. It's probably not so much a tutorial as it is a cross between a tutorial and a cheatsheet, so it will just show you some basic concepts to start you off.

Python 101 – Introduction to Python

2010-05-25T23:14:12+00:00 July 2nd, 2005|Python|

Python is a high-level general purpose programming language. Because code is automatically compiled to byte code and executed, Python is suitable for use as a scripting language, Web application implementation language, etc. Because Python can be extended in C and C++, Python can provide the speed needed for even compute intensive tasks.

Google Sitemaps

2010-05-26T10:53:59+00:00 June 16th, 2005|Python|

Google is now letting web sites submit an xml file that lists urls and some information about how often the pages change, and how important the page is relative to other pages. Basically, it gets you to do part of the work for them - which we would hope helps everyone.

Python 101

2010-05-26T11:27:17+00:00 April 27th, 2005|Python|

Columnist Evelyn Mitchell gives an introduction to Python, a unique, open-source scripting language popular with many Linux coders. Once you have glimpsed the power and simplicity of Python, you may never go back. Evelyn compares Python with Perl, Java, and Tcl, illustrating differences along the way with explicit code segments.

Python Persistence Management

2010-05-26T11:39:43+00:00 April 5th, 2005|Python|

Persistence is all about keeping objects around, even between executions of a program. In this article you'll get a general understanding of various persistence mechanisms for Python objects, from relational databases to Python pickles and beyond. You'll also take an in-depth look at Python's object serialization capabilities.

Extending Python and Zope in C

2010-05-26T16:53:46+00:00 December 4th, 2004|Python|

Extending Python in C is easy once you see how it all works, and an extension of Python is equally easy to package up for Zope. The hard part is wading through the different documentation sets in search of the nuggets of information you need, and Michael has collected them for you in this article.