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Learn2Python Video Series

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Ok I figured I would post this in for beginners. As some may know I have been preparing to do some python video tutorials to teach python to those who don't want books. So here it is the big release day. The video tutorials can be viewed on the Learn2Python site. Flash is required to view the videos. Your feedback is welcome. You are free to post it here or you can e-mail me at learn2python<at>gmail.com
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#      Name          #       Topic            #          Progress        #
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# Episode 1          # Overview/Installation  # Released                 #
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# Episode 2          # Data and Variables     # In Designing             #
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[Edited by - blewisjr on February 5, 2008 3:13:50 PM]

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Nice!! Thanks for this, should be interesting.

My suggestions:

Is there any way you can boost the volume? It is relatively low.

Could you have an outline for each lesson like so:

Lesson 1:
Overview
Installing Python for Windows/Linux
The Terminal
Your First Python Program: "Hello World"

And using compiz (or maybe the video program could do it) you can enlarge part of the screen, to show the part you're coding better.

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I will see what I can do about the volume. The volume was actually lowered during the flv conversion. I will look and see what I can do to boost the volume even more. Only issue would be when people download the ogg file it will most likely make them go deaf.

[Edited by - blewisjr on February 5, 2008 3:02:19 PM]

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This is such a great idea! I wish I could download video where I work :/ (and I live where I work so no option of going home to do it. Home is in the US and thats not where Im at.) If theyre still up in april Ill dl them :D

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Wow I am glad you people like the work I am doing. As for your question Justin I used gtk-recordmydesktop.

[Edited by - blewisjr on February 5, 2008 3:39:48 PM]

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