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Lonely Python   By oreillynet.com
11 15 2001 Python programmers can sometimes feel a bit lonely. While growing in numbers we aren t everywhere yet. The loneliness sometimes drove Seattle s Mike Orr and Adam Feuer South to Portland where they would attend the Portland Python interest group. It was a long way to drive for company but it was good to meet other Python programmers. When...

Python on the Side   By oreillynet.com
12 13 2001 While browsing KDE Dot News the other day I saw some Python software listed in the Recent Software section. It led me to four small applications by Doug Bell ConvertAll a unit conversion program; FlyWay a route planner for pilots; rpCalc a reverse polish calculator; and TreeLine a simple tree structured information storage program....

The Python Pattern   By sdmagazine.com
April 2002 Bruce Eckel shifts gears with an overview of Python as a collective concern selling the laissez-faire language to a class of neophytes. By Rick Wayne Perhaps it hasn t yet conquered the world but Python proponents believe that it s only a matter of time. Developers typically see a tenfold productivity increase when they switch to Python...

The IPC10 Python Gathering   By oreillynet.com
by Mark Lutz author of Programming Python 2nd Edition 02 12 2002 This year s Tenth International Python Conference IPC10 served up the usual smorgasbord of cutting-edge Python applications and technology. Despite the economy over 250 people gathered just outside Washington D.C. to glimpse the future exchange notes and reaffirm remote friendships....

What's New in Python 2.3?   By oreillynet.com
by Alex Martelli author of Python in a Nutshell 03 27 2003 Editor s note When Alex Martelli said he wanted to write an article about what he was unable to include in Python in a Nutshell my first thought was why would we want to tell readers what they will not find when they purchase this book But our In a Nutshell books...

Chimezie Ogbuji; Uche Ogbuji December 2002 This tutorial the fifth in a series shows Python developers how to use the popular open-source 4Suite toolkit for XML processing to create a Web repository application. The authors 4Suite s creators Uche and Chimezie Ogbuji walk you through the process of creating a Web application that allows users to...

by Uche Ogbuji September 18 2002 Welcome to the first Python-XML column. Every month I ll offer tips and techniques for XML processing in Python and close coverage of particular packages. Python is an excellent language for XML processing and there is a wealth of tools and resources to help the intrepid developer be productive. In what follows I ll...

Chimezie Ogbuji Software consultant July 2002 4Suite is an open source comprehensive library and toolkit for XML processing in Python. 4Suite implements various open standards related to XML. This series of tutorials introduces 4Suite and gives practical examples of XML development using 4Suite. Continuing from the earlier tutorial this will go into...

by Uche Ogbuji September 10 2003 It s now been a year since the first Python and XML article in which I made a broad survey of all things Python-XML. Since then I have picked various techniques packages and other useful resources to examine in detail. I haven t of course been able to look at every interesting or useful package or technique but...

By Richard Baldwin Preface Prerequisites Why Use Python Let s Write a Program Where Do We Go From Here Review Preface What you will learn This is the first in a series of online tutorial lessons designed to teach you how to program using the Python scripting language. There is something for just about everyone here. Beginners start at the beginning...

by Uche Ogbuji March 10 2004 I have covered a lot of tools for processing XML in Python. In general I have deferred discussion of each tool s handling of XML namespaces in order to stick to the basics in the individual treatments. In this article I start to examine the support for XML namespaces in these packages with a look at SAX and DOM from the...

Twisted Python   By oreillynet.com
by Stephen Figgins 04 24 2003 At last month s PyCon in Washington D.C. developers of the Twisted network application framework gave presentations. Papers are available on the Python wiki . In some ways it was Twisted s big debut. Many attendees have made positive remarked the presentations. Once obscured Twisted is stepping into the light. The conference...

07 11 2002 by Robin Parma Alex Martelli Scott David Daniels Ben Wolfson Nick Perkins Anurag Uniya Tim Keating Rael Dornfest and Jeremy Hylton authors of the Python Cookbook 1. Simple Tests Using Exceptions Usually Python is straightforward but there are a few unexpected exceptions. Credits Robin Parma Problem You want to know if the contents...

Chimezie Ogbuji Software consultant Uche Ogbuji Principal consultant Fourthought Inc. This tutorial introduces 4XPath and 4XSLT open-source XPath and XSLT implementations written and provided by Fourthought Inc. in Python. Roughly the first half of the tutorial addresses XPath 4XPath whereas the second half covers XSLT 4XSLT. If you plan to use Python...

By Richard Baldwin Preface This document is part of a series of online tutorial lessons designed to teach you how to program using the Python scripting language. Something for everyone Beginners start at the beginning and experienced programmers jump in further along. Learn to Program using Python Lesson 1 Getting Started provides an overall description...

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