Category: The Python Programming Language

  • Python virtual environments

  • my most-needed packages from PIP – YAML Path and Command-Line Tools (maybe not) … virtual environments: as described here: resp. here:

  • Python, pip, wheel, x86_64 vs amd64, PyQt5 I am trying to install PyQt5. My machine is an x68_64, so this will not install: PyQt5:

  • pylnker – a Python tool to parse Windows “.lnk” files (derived from a Perl tool) – Perl script to parse LNK files: $ cd ‘C:\Users\jochen.hayek\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup’ $ ~/git-servers/ *.lnk $ ~/git-servers/ *.lnk

  • Python’s argparse, the recommended command-line parsing module in the Python standard library

  • EBICS client in Python by FinTech

  • Conor Myhrvold: The Fall Of Perl, The Web’s Most Promising Language Alright, as Brian d’Foy mentioned at : The Fall of Perl” would more suitably be titled “The Rise of Python.

  • O’Reilly Media book: Python Pocket Reference Updated to cover Python 2.7 and 3.4, this compact reference is the perfect on-the-job tool for developing applications with this versatile programming language. By covering the core language as well as commonly-used libraries, this small but potent book both serves as an ideal complement to Python tutorials. This fifth edition includes specific built-in types […]

  • O’Reilly Media book: Head First Python

    LOOKS LIKE THEY STOPPED THIS PROJECT – what a pity! Add Python to your programming skills and have some fun at the same time. Head First Python takes you beyond typical how-to manuals with an engaging visual format that includes images, puzzles, stories, and quizzes that are proven to stimulate learning and retention. You’ll […]

  • Ned Batchelder: Pragmatic Unicode (in Python)

    Ned Batchelder: Pragmatic Unicode nice slides