2 comments Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Here are some Cheat Sheets for Python. I think they will be help full for every one who start to learn Python programming and who involve in programming using Python.

1 comments Monday, August 27, 2007


This site containing cheat sheets for most of the programming language found. This is one stop shop for cheat sheets you want.

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While searching through stumbleupon I found a really interesting site called Lecturefox. It contains video, audion and notes related to Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics and mix of other things. I think this site is really interesting and help students to find new areas of knowladge.
In the Computer Science section there are lot of interesting video lectures about operating systems, programming languages, web 2.0, semantic web and so many other videos about different areas available.
I think you should check this out.


2 comments Thursday, August 23, 2007

I started a new project to make fun in my free time and to learn python more deeply. So I start to develop TCP Monitor using Python for Linux platform. I was able to write simple fort forwarding program which will forward requests coming for a localhost port to remote port and I was able to make it multi threaded with the help of following code samples from ASPN.

After that I tried to create GUIs using PyGTK and Glade. After some time I felt some uneasiness using glade and PyGTK. It gave some errors while using notebook control in PyGTK. So I moved to use PyGTK without Glade with the help of PyGTK tutorial available in PyGTK project site.
I think PyGTK is cool solutions for those who have problems while making GUIs with GTK+ in C. Because writing GUIs using C is a pain. But PyGTK will make your life easier.

Some Tutorials for PyGTK with Glade

4 comments Friday, August 17, 2007

I first used blogger. I then moved to wordpress. But I felt that blogger is better than wordpress. So now I came back to blogger with new vision and new goals.
But I thought, what to write first in my new blog. I got an idea, which is a solution for problem I faced when I am trying to post code in my blog. These things are gathered by searching through google for better answers.
I first tried to use CodePress & CodeEdit which are better solutions for browser based code editors. But then I found this Syntaxhighlighter project in code.google.com. It's a very good solution for me. I have found several posts from blogs like gpowered.blogspot.com. But these posts are somewhat out dated. So, this is the updated guide use http://code.google.com/p/syntaxhighlighter/ to post code in your blog.

  1. As the first task you must download the JavaScript Library from http://code.google.com/p/syntaxhighlighter/ site.
  2. Because blogger doesn't allow us to upload files we have to find a solution. My solution is to create a web page in pages.google.com and when you create google page you get free 100 MB online storage. Upload syntaxhighlighter source files to this account. You must upload most of the files in the library.(clipbord.swf, SyntaxHighlighter.css, shCore.js and other required brushes. You need a google account to create google pages)
  3. Then you have to add the required Javascript files and css file mentioned in syntaxhighlighter site to your template file in blogger account. Remember to add these code into head section of your template.
  4. And you have to modify the following code part mention in previously mentioned link:



    to this:


  5. Then you have to follow instructions in this link to post code in to your blog. You can use pre tags in Edit Html mode directly without replace '<' characters with any code like '&alt;'.