Python After Hours

Posted by Neville on August 7, 2016 under How To, Links, Python, Resources, Training | Comments are off for this article

After Hours Programming

There are lots of sites that will tell you that they will help you get started with learning the python programming language.
Many of them will take you a few steps and then ask for you to pay them for access to the rest of the course.
The site on this link is a little different. You can work through all of the stages for free. It seems that they can do this by displaying ads for related books on Amazon. Each book has strong recommendations that you purchase, but with sufficient determination you can work through all stages without purchasing the book.
However, the learning that you do will be quite basic, and you will most likely need to look elsewhere to fill any gaps or topics that were not covered comprehensively.
Have a go, and share your experience.

After Hours Programming

More Twitter Inspiration

Posted by Neville on August 31, 2011 under Blogging, Links, Resources | Read the First Comment

2 More Twitter Feeds

@mpesce Mark Pesce: Inventor, writer, educator and broadcaster from Australia

Age: Apple Deal for Teachers is Rotten – theage.com.au/digital-life/c… #education2.0 #sigh
MOST professionals would be scandalised if they were told they had to fork out for their own work computer. But not only are Victorian teachers forced to lease their laptops from the Education Department, they have also been twitter Inspirationtold if they want a Mac they have to choose a model that was killed off by Apple last month.

It seems that things don’t change in a slow moving system like an Education Department. Teachers had to buy their own computers for use in their work back a few years ago. I thought things had changed because when I was filling in for absent teachers in the past 2 years, I often could not use the Interactive Whiteboards installed  in the classrooms because the teacher had taken the laptop home or into the staffroom. I assumed that the teacher had been supplied with the computer. Perhaps not!
@problogger Darren Rowse: I blog about twitter and tweet about blogging. Sometimes I blog about tweeting about blogging and tweet about blogging about twitter.

The Blogger’s Guide to Online Marketing – 31 Steps to a Profitable Blog bit.ly/qMDyir
Today we’re launching a brand new ProBlogger Resource – something we’ve been working on for many months now – The Blogger’s Guide to Online Marketing – 31 Steps to a Profitable Blog.It is a Kit that is all about helping you create an income that sustains your blog.

Created by the Web Marketing Ninja – a guy who has helped me with my own blogging business – it is his own blueprint for online profitability and it will give you an insight into the way that I now make money from my blogs.

Darren has been blogging for years and has a well respected blog, that is definitely worth visiting regularly. His posts are full of great hints and tips, and as I have mentioned earlier, an ideal blog on which to model your own.

Invitation To Guest Blog

Posted by Neville on February 1, 2011 under Blogging, Links | Read the First Comment

dotrimThis blog has just been set up to help potential guest bloggers to register on the blog.

The process is this:

  1. Visit the blog (You are here now!)
  2. Locate the Admin widget in the sidebar.
  3. Click the Register link.
  4. Add your information to the form.
  5. Check your email for the password.
  6. Log in (from the Admin widget)
  7. Change your password to something you will remember.

That will register you as a subscriber.

To be upgraded to Author you will need to contact me and request that change.

When you are upgraded you will able to add draft posts. After the post has been reviewed it will be uploaded to the blog if accepted as appropriate for the blog.

Posts that complement this blog will be added when approved. The dotrim blog focusses on providing news, hints and tips about blogging, so posts that deal with those topics will be appreciated.

Demystifying Links and Blogrolls

Posted by Neville on January 4, 2011 under Blogging, Links | Read the First Comment

Setting Up Links In A Blog.

LinksLinks to other bogs and sites are often shown on a blog, typically in a sidebar, just like this blog. I have 2 different link locations in the sidebar of this blog, one for links to other blogs at dotrim, and the other for links to other domains and locations.

This blog came with a set of default links in a link category called blogroll. I have chosen not to display those links, but rather to set up my own Link Categories and set these to be shown in the sidebar.

How To Manage Links.