Whether you are a software developer or you have no programming background, these six practical tips will help you teach kids how to program.
8 comments Posted 18 Jun 2015 by Al Sweigart Feed
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Patience and empathy are the basis of good documentation, much as they are the basis for being a decent person. Here's a how-to for creating better open source project docs, which can help your users and grow your community.
23 comments Posted 14 May 2015 by Rich Bowen (Red Hat) Feed
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Python is an ideal language for beginners because of its simple syntax.
2 comments Posted 13 May 2015 by Al Sweigart Feed
The free Raspberry Pi version of the game is the only one that comes with a programming interface, allowing players write code and manipulate the world around them. It's based on Minecraft Pocket Edition for Android, and a Python API is provided. It's bundled with Raspbian, the Pi's main supported... Read more
2 comments Posted 6 May 2015 by Ben Nuttall Feed
An introduction to Wagtail, a flexible Django CMS currently available.
0 comments Posted 4 May 2015 by Frank Wiles Feed
Pierre-Yves Chibon reports from PyCon 2015 Language Summit and conference.
1 comment Posted 28 Apr 2015 by Pierre-Yves Chibon (Red Hat) Feed
Amnesty International produces a 400+ page print report each year, which is released in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic simultaneously and then translated into 12 other languages. Last year the organization deployed Booktype 2.0, a Django application developed for book sprints. Daniel James... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Mar 2015 by Daniel James Feed
A quick explanation of how to resize images in Python while keeping the same aspect ratio.
3 comments Posted 27 Feb 2015 by Dayo Ntwari Feed
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A reformed "Ad-girl," Elaine Marino of LadyCoders Productions tells me why some marketers should learn to code. Should you?
6 comments Posted 11 Dec 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Newcomers to python-ideas occasionally make reference to the idea of "Python 4000" when proposing backwards incompatible changes that don't offer a clear migration path from currently legal Python 3 code. After all, we allowed that kind of change for Python 3.0, so why wouldn't we allow it for... Read more
12 comments Posted 24 Sep 2014 by Nick Coghlan (Red Hat) Feed