Long live Paper! The simplest solution is always the best solution -- Swaroop Update : It seems this is my subconcious paraphrasing of Occam's Razor principle.
In a recent discussion on the byte-of-python list, an enthusiastic bunch of people were interested in seeing A Byte of Python available as a wiki so that readers can contribute directly as well. So, I followed up and made this announcement on the list recently : Hello all, As we have discussed, suggestions that Byte … Continue reading Byte of Python is now a wiki
Rama Devara Betta (literally, Lord Rama's Hill) is located just behind the Siddaganga mutt on Tumkur Road, and is about 60+ km from Bangalore. A couple of friends and myself went there yesterday to trek. There was a trail that led to the top of the hill but we didn't take it. We basically "made … Continue reading Rama Devara Betta
Yesterday, I talked about Python at the FOSS Day at Mount Carmel College For Women. I was not able to attend the earlier sessions in the day because my team (at work) is making a release soon and as expected, that means crunch time. I managed to make time for presenting my own talk and … Continue reading MCC FOSS Day
Ian Ozsvald and Kyran Dale have created ShowMeDo.com which is a hub for video tutorials. Very interesting idea! Currently, it has a special emphasis on Python. This should be helpful for beginners and perhaps teach experts a trick or two as well. I found the Debugging with WinPDB video very useful. Ian will be uploading … Continue reading ShowMeDo
Usually I don't pay attention to memes because everybody's doing it at the same time and it gets boring quickly, but for once, I decided to play along. Pradeep has tagged me to make lists of four things. So here goes: Four movies I can watch over and over: Breakin' Baghban Back To The Future … Continue reading 4 things
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Saw this on a T-shirt: Nobody is perfect. I am nobody.