Where The Rants Go By Zed A. Shaw I've had it. Dive Into Python is one of the worst books for learning Python and it must die. I've had too many potential programmers find this book and get tripped up by its horrible design decisions that I'm declaring war. FLV Converter - A Layman's Guide to Flash Video Conversion FLV Conversion using FFmpeg FFmpeg is the Swiss army knife of video and audio conversion tools. It is a rock solid open source product (albeit of dubious legality - more on this in a moment) that programmers all over the world turn to religiously in droves, and which is included in many other software programs as the 'tool that does the conversion bit'. It comes with a big gotcha however... it is a command line tool that on first glance seems like something only propeller heads can use.
The Best Dropbox Apps - Do More With Dropbox Meet some of the best Dropbox apps that add new functionality and extend the service beyond the realms of online storage. Dropbox has made our digital lives so much easier. You put a file in your Dropbox folder and it becomes available on mobile phone, your tablet and on all your other computers. If you have shared a Dropbox folder with another person, say your mom, any files that you add to the shared folder instantaneously appear on her computer. So useful! Dropbox has 50 million users worldwide and, because of such immense popularity, an entire ecosystem of apps has been created around Dropbox that add new functionality and extend the service beyond the realms of online storage.
Piezo: Charmingly Simple Recording From Applications and Audio Devices Piezo makes it a snap to record audio on your Mac. In seconds, you'll be recording audio from any application or from audio inputs like microphones. Piezo requires almost no configuration, and it's a blast to use. The Ultimate Dropbox Toolkit & Guide Dropbox, the app we all (at least many of us) know and love, has a plethora of advanced uses to make life so much easier in managing data between multiple computers and online. We’ve posted several roundups of tips and tricks for Dropbox and now we present our ultimate toolkit and guide. We’ve pulled all our tips and tricks together and added quite a few more. Additionally, share your Dropbox tips and tricks and we’ll update the list to share the fun with everyone.
Python The Case for Test-Driven Development By Meghan Blanchette March 28, 2014 Harry Percival, author of Test-Driven Web Development with Python, discusses how he got into TDD, why you should too, and shares some tips. In the podcast above, listen to Harry talk candidly about the types of tests that make sense, … Interface Languages and Feature Discovery By Ben Lorica March 2, 2014 WireTap Studio Note: Per-application recording is not yet available on MacOS X 10.7 or later. We're working on it! Using WireTap Studio, you can record all system audio, or record audio input from any microphone, line-in, or audio input hardware. If you can hear it, WireTap Studio can record it.
HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default template for HTML5 awesome. Save time. Create with confidence. ★ Analytics, icons, and more A lean, mobile-friendly HTML template; optimized Google Analytics snippet; placeholder touch-device icon; and docs covering dozens of extra tips and tricks. ★ Normalize.css and helpers Non-Programmer's Tutorial for Python 3 Authors Contributors to this book Front matter Initial remarks Intro Installing and using Python – where to get help
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Improve your forms using HTML5! By Anne van Kesteren 16th December 2011: This article is obsolete This article is obsolete/out of date, so should no longer be treated as a current or reliable source of information. Please consult New form features in HTML5 for a more complete, up to date view. HTML hasn't really been updated since HTML version 4 was released back in 1998. However, the WHATWG community has been working on HTML since 2004 and then passed to the W3C which takes the form of the W3C HTML5 specifications.