Topic: Getting Started
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Open Source Content Management with Plone
Publishing web sites is easy for geeks. When you're tired of your users asking you to make tiny changes that they could easily handle themselves, it's time to consider a content management system (CMS). If you're a Python or Zope fan, you may have heard of Plone, a powerful and easy-to-use CMS. If not, let Brad Bollenbach convince you to give it a try.
Beginning Python for Bioinformatics
Python might not be the first language that comes to mind for bioinformatics, but Patrick O'Brien demonstrates that it's well suited for the task.
Python on the Side
After only one year of learning Python in his spare time, Doug Bell offers up the fruits of his nightly tinkering: four fine PyQt applications.
Simple tools can be fun and educational as well as useful. Small programs written in the language you love can be a joy.
Transactional Persistence for Python
The Z Object Database combines the simplicity of shelve with the transactional power of a relational database. Michael Pelletier's tutorial will get you started.
Programming for Artists
The Python educational special interest group continues its quest to make programming more accessible to others.
XML-RPC Agents with pyagent
Downright software releases pyagent, a framework for creating intelligent agents that use XML-RPC.
Python Gaming with pygame
Pete Shinners releases an updated version of an arcade classic. This time it's written in Python.
RDF and Python
Python modules 4RDF and Redfoot help you learn and use RDF, a tool for describing resources on the Web.
Python 2.1 and Nested Scopes
Python labs releases Python 2.1, introducing nested scopes. Stephen explores the difference between lexical and dynamic scoping.
The pydoc module puts module documentation at your fingertips. Cameron Laird tells you how to exploit the power of pydoc.
Python Books Online
Want to dive into Python or learn the basics of programming with Python? Free and open online books make learning (or teaching) Python easy and inexpensive.
A repository for useless Python programs is not as useless as you might think.
Python Programming on Win32 using WxPython
Another GUI toolkit available for Python is called
wxPython. The current incarnation is fairly new to the Python scene and is rapidly gaining popularity amongst Python developers. Excerpted from Chapter 20 of O'Reilly's book Python Programming on Win32.
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