In-Depth Series: A Little Bit of Python
- Number of episodes: 25
- Open/closed: open
- Date of earliest show: 2010-02-02
- Date of latest show: 2022-05-16
- Series RSS feeds: ogg, spx, mp3
Initially based on the podcast "A Little Bit of Python", by Michael Foord, Andrew Kuchling, Steve Holden, Dr. Brett Cannon and Jesse Noller. https://www.voidspace.org.uk/python/weblog/arch_d7_2009_12_19.shtml#e1138
Now the series is open to all.
In this episode, I describe how I used 2 python libraries to extract import data from docx files
hpr3328 :: Pandas Part 2 hosted by Enigma
Enigma continues his discussion about his favorite Python module Pandas
hpr3253 :: Pandas Intro hosted by Enigma
Enigma introduces one of his favorite python modules pandas
How to manage your dependencies and environment isolation when developing in Python
What I had to do to get my raspberry Pi PifaceCAD board working after a Debian upgrade.
This is the last show in the series and covers the main program section at the bottom of my script
In this episode I cover functions activated when a button is pushed on the PiFaceCAD board
In this episode I cover some generic functions at the top of the code.
In this series a do whirl wind tour of the Python code I developed for my PifaceCAD board
A quick introduction to xmltodict, an XML parser for Python.
A quick introduction to Untangle, an XML parser for Python.
hpr2010 :: Parsing JSON with Python hosted by Klaatu
How to parse JSON with Python
An interview with Christian Tismer after PyCon 2010
News about Python - the SEC mandates python for filing, community funding, and more
Exploring a scheduler being introduced in python, and its effect on threading performance
An interview recorded at PyCon 2010, Atlanta, with Antoine Pitrou
Interview with Richard Jones who organizes the PyWeek game programming challenge
News about Python 2.7, PyPy 1.2 and other modules
Steve Holden interviews Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, at PyCon 2010
A panel discussion on speeding up Python and proposed changes in the Unladen Swallow branch
Michael Foord interviews Van Lindberg, conference chair of PyCon 2010, about the conference
A panel discussion on some of the new features coming in Python 2.7
A panel discussion covering the transition to using Mercurial for the Python source code
Discussion on how talks were selected for the upcoming PyCon 2010 conference
A round-table discussion about the possibility of Python 2.x end of life