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This is really beautiful! ☄️
An Orbit Map of the Solar System by @eleanor_lutz tabletopwhale.com/2019/06/10/the…
#dataviz #python #space

 
Heute hab ich nach langer Zeit auch am #Libravatar Projekt mal wieder was gemacht.Eigentlich ist die Seite nicht besonders wartungsaufwendig und ich hab sowieso keine Ahnung von #Python,da kuemmern sich die anderen drum.Aber es steht schon wieder ein Designwechsel an.Das neue Design sieht viel besser aus und ist speziell fuer die Seite gemacht.Da hab ich noch ein paar Elemente die vergessen wurden verschoenert.Ausserdem gibts jetzt ne Datenschutzerklaerung,nachdem wir darauf hingewiesen wurden,dass so eine fehlt.Die Aenderungen sind aber noch nicht online.

 

Who put Python in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update? | Python


That's actually pretty useful

#python #Windows10
Who put Python in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update?

 

New blog with new design and ActivityPub support


It was absolutely time for bringing a new blog online.
The previous one was already quite outdated when we brought it online but we decided for it anyway because it was simple and free and we didn't have that big server capacities back then.
In the old situation it was a big advantage that it was centralized and hosted for free on MyBlogs servers so we had no trouble with it.
The downsides were the third party ads which ignore your privacy and couldn't be turned off - And for us that we had to rely on a third party we couldn't control.
We learned our lessons when there were some server outages but due to the software being proprietary,there wasn't a quick and easy solutions so we stayed there a little longer and longer and...
After our big success with the #Mastodon client #Halcyon and a growing number of users which could theoretically visit the blog,it was clear that something better would be needed sooner or later.
It's later now and the new and much better and more modern blog is finally online.
It was clear that the next blogging software must be open source and run on our own infrastructure which grow enough to handle all the traffic - At least we hope so,let's try if it's true.
Another of our requirements was the #ActivityPub support because we're doing much in the ActivityPub network so it wouldn't make sense not to have our blog there.
With this requirement the amount of available software wasn't that big anymore: Only Wordpress,Plume,WriteAs and Microblog.pub were left.
The biggest blogging software is #Wordpress but it's totally bloated and nearly every theme includes some third-party shit and ActivityPub support is only available using addons which are still in alpha stage so this one fell out of the decision quite early.
#WriteAs and #Plume are both very cool softwares which are built for ActivityPub Support from the very beginning and they are free of trackers and not that bloated so good choices but they're made for instances with more users what you can see in the way it's built and we think that's great for the big majority but not for our simple and small blog which should just contain some project updates.
Only #MicroblogPub is left at this point and that has been my personal favourite from the point when I first heard about it but when it also made the best points in the direct comparison,it was clear what software we have to use.
Microblog.pub is a single-user blogging software written in #Python which is open source and has only a few dependencies.
In it's original version you can see that it's meant for short posts even if it doesn't have a hardcoded character limit and should be used more in the way of a lightweight,single-user Mastodon instance.
To make it look more like a normal blog,we've rewritten most of the frontend source code using PureCSS which looks modern and isn't that bloated.
We made our modified source code available in the NikisoftBlog NotABug repository to make it easy for other people to run their own ActivityPub based blog.
We hope that you like what we did here and we're happy about comments,bug reports and feature requests in the comments (you can just reply to this post using a ActivityPub supporting software) or in our #NotABug issues.
But when requesting a feature,please keep in mind that this is a low priority project which we mainly do for our own use and as long as we don't attract hundreds of users,it may take some time until feature requests are implemented because we also have to work on our more popular projects.
Like this post?You can also follow this blog now using every ActivityPub compatible software.

 

 

[ANN]Arronax v0.7.0


I just released a new version of Arronax.

Arronax is a program that allows you to create and edit starters for programs and locations (\*.desktop files) under Linux. Besides a standalone program there are optional plugins for the file managers Caja, Nautilus and Nemo.

Arronax is written in Python and uses GTK for the graphical user interface.

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#linux #opensource #foss #freesoftware #debian #ubuntu #python #mywork #gtk

 

[ANN]Arronax v0.7.0


I just released a new version of Arronax.

Arronax is a program that allows you to create and edit starters for programs and locations (\*.desktop files) under Linux. Besides a standalone program there are optional plugins for the file managers Caja, Nautilus and Nemo.

Arronax is written in Python and uses GTK for the graphical user interface.

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#linux #opensource #foss #freesoftware #debian #ubuntu #python #mywork #gtk

 

[ANN]Arronax v0.7.0


I just released a new version of Arronax.

Arronax is a program that allows you to create and edit starters for programs and locations (\*.desktop files) under Linux. Besides a standalone program there are optional plugins for the file managers Caja, Nautilus and Nemo.

Arronax is written in Python and uses GTK for the graphical user interface.

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#linux #opensource #foss #freesoftware #debian #ubuntu #python #mywork #gtk

 
Kollisionserkennung in Python (Pygame)

In diesem Tutorial hatte ich ja schon angedeutet, daß ich mich demnächst mit dem Thema #Kollisionserkennung auseinandersetzen möchte und hatte auch schon auf ein Video hingewiesen, das sich damit beschäftigt. Natürlich habe ich auch weiter zu diesem Thema geforscht gegoogelt und bin auf eine YouTube-Playlist mit dem Titel »Learn 2 Code: How to Make a Computer Game« gestoßen. http://blog.schockwellenreiter.de/2019/05/2019051801.html #Python #Pygame #GameDev

 
Just published a #Python implementation of @WAHa_06x36 s blurhash algorithm to PyPi so you, too, can create or decode the neat blurred preview images that are part of Mastodon 2.8.2:

https://github.com/halcy/blurhash-python

Tomorrow, Mastodon.py will get an update that'll include this plus some convenience stuff and bug fixes, too. 🐍
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Spaß mit Processing.py und Pi

Gestern fiel mir der Beitrag »Visual Art with Pi using GGPlot2 and Circlize« von Chisato in die Hände. Sie visualisierte darin die Stellen der Kreiszahl #Pi auf verschiedene Arten, allen aber war gemein, daß sie für die Farben eine spezielle Palette, die Viridis Magma nutzte. Chisato programmierte in R, aber die Viridis-Paletten wurden ursrpünglich für Pythons Matplotlib entwickelt. http://blog.schockwellenreiter.de/2019/05/2019050204.html #ProcessingPy #Processing #Python #CreativeCoding
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Would you like to experiment with language development? Is there something you need to parse, but you can't find a suitable tool? Perhaps Yakety can help.

Yakety itself is a Python library for generating recursive descent parsers from EBNF grammars. Included with it is a wrapper tool (ykt), which will use a grammar file to parse stdin, and then emit a representation of the parse tree (either structured text or JSON) to stdout, allowing you to build and test parsers with minimal friction. Also included is a tool for converting the JSON parse tree to a form suitable for Graphviz, letting you create visualizations of the parser's output.

The code is based on that presented in the article Recursive Descent: The Next Iteration.

Enjoy, and I hope you find it useful.

#programming #python #linux

 
Would you like to experiment with language development? Is there something you need to parse, but you can't find a suitable tool? Perhaps Yakety can help.

Yakety itself is a Python library for generating recursive descent parsers from EBNF grammars. Included with it is a wrapper tool (ykt), which will use a grammar file to parse stdin, and then emit a representation of the parse tree (either structured text or JSON) to stdout, allowing you to build and test parsers with minimal friction. Also included is a tool for converting the JSON parse tree to a form suitable for Graphviz, letting you create visualizations of the parser's output.

The code is based on that presented in the article Recursive Descent: The Next Iteration.

Enjoy, and I hope you find it useful.

#programming #python #linux

 
Would you like to experiment with language development? Is there something you need to parse, but you can't find a suitable tool? Perhaps Yakety can help.

Yakety itself is a Python library for generating recursive descent parsers from EBNF grammars. Included with it is a wrapper tool (ykt), which will use a grammar file to parse stdin, and then emit a representation of the parse tree (either structured text or JSON) to stdout, allowing you to build and test parsers with minimal friction. Also included is a tool for converting the JSON parse tree to a form suitable for Graphviz, letting you create visualizations of the parser's output.

The code is based on that presented in the article Recursive Descent: The Next Iteration.

Enjoy, and I hope you find it useful.

#programming #python #linux

 
Attention all #Python coders, humble has a new book bundle just for you (affiliate):

 
Attention all #Python coders, humble has a new book bundle just for you (affiliate):

 
Ich versuche derzeit #python zu lernen. Leider tu ich mir eher schwer damit und ich komme nur im Schneckentempo voran, aber ich will trotzdem am Ball bleiben.
Vielleicht (oder ganz sicher sogar) hat ja jemand hier einen #tipp für das ein oder andere #turorial, #buch, #pdf etc? Für absolute und tendenziell begriffsstutzige Neulinge? Merci!

 
Die zweite Auflage meine Buches über #Sphinx ist erschienen.

"Sphinx ist ein leistungsfähiges Werkzeug für die Dokumentation von Software. Ursprünglich geschrieben, um die Programmiersprache #Python zu dokumentieren, entwickelte sich Sphinx in der Python-Community schnell zum Standard. "

https://www.amazon.de/dp/1793008779
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Kennt jemand eine #Javascript-Bibliothek mit der man Browserspiele so einfach programmieren kann wie mit Pygame Zero in #Python?

 
So, Black is pretty cool.

#python

 
So, Black is pretty cool.

#python

 
Ich versuche derzeit #python zu lernen. Leider tu ich mir eher schwer damit und ich komme nur im Schneckentempo voran, aber ich will trotzdem am Ball bleiben.
Vielleicht (oder ganz sicher sogar) hat ja jemand hier einen #tipp für das ein oder andere #turorial, #buch, #pdf etc? Für absolute und tendenziell begriffsstutzige Neulinge? Merci!

 
Ich versuche derzeit #python zu lernen. Leider tu ich mir eher schwer damit und ich komme nur im Schneckentempo voran, aber ich will trotzdem am Ball bleiben.
Vielleicht (oder ganz sicher sogar) hat ja jemand hier einen #tipp für das ein oder andere #turorial, #buch, #pdf etc? Für absolute und tendenziell begriffsstutzige Neulinge? Merci!

 

Développer son propre outil de travail ?


Avec un peu d'acharnement, j'ai réussi hier à tester #Ulysses, ce logiciel dédié à l' #écriture mais uniquement sur #MacOS (merci #VirtualBox) ; ça faisant deux ans que je voulais m'y frotter… eh bien je suis assez dégoûté, parce que c'est effectivement l' #outil qui correspond le mieux à mes besoins… Sauf qu'il est en prison, payant par abonnement uniquement, code fermé, sur système verrouillé d'identifiants et d'iCloud, sur machines #Apple odieusement chères ; #hackintosh alors ?
Cela étant, très bonne impression à l'usage de #MacOSX #Mojave
le thème sombre est propre, la rationalisation des onglets à travers les logiciels est bienvenue, l' #interface se fait très facilement disparaître, y compris la menubar en haut, l'ensemble apparaît cohérent…

Gros changement après mon utilisation d'il y a quinze ans maintenant sur processeur "G5" apathique… (heureusement, en même temps)

Et je me rends compte aussi de la distance qu'il y a entre cet #os et des #Solus #SolusOS #Slementary #SlementaryOS #Gnome et #Budgie pourtant vaillants (#Ubuntu, #Plasma #Cinnamon et compagnie sont à mes yeux assez catastrophiques en termes de #design #ux)
Reste plusieurs possibilités :pour ne citer que ceux-là…

#autonomisation vs #productivité ?
#développement " #empowerment " ou #folie ?
il y a plein de #moocs #python (j'en ai débuté un, et j'ai quelques notions de codage grâce à #Scratch et #php) qui me font penser que c'est peut-être un tout petit peu possible

il y a l'esprit #gnome et la démarche d' #elementary qui me parlent aussi, et qui m'orienteraient vers #vala :
- https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vala_(langage)
- https://developer.gnome.org/gnome-devel-demos/stable/beginner.vala.html.fr
- https://invidio.us/watch?v=RWcCsRoH_l4
- https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/Vala

@elementary@mastodon.social
is learning code and developping a first app with vala a good idea ?
i need a libre clone of #Ulysses https://ulysses.app/
#bref, je ne sais pas faire un fil/thread sur ces réseaux de "microblogging"
morceaux originels chez #Mastodon :

https://imaginair.es/@terhemis/101980765827744047
https://imaginair.es/@terhemis/101980830576369299
https://imaginair.es/@terhemis/101980875866910816
https://imaginair.es/@terhemis/101980913243656610
https://imaginair.es/@terhemis/101980920471007029

 

Pyodide: Bringing the scientific Python stack to the browser - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog


https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/04/pyodide-bringing-the-scientific-python-stack-to-the-browser/

#python #chrome #firefox #science
Pyodide: Bringing the scientific Python stack to the browser

 

Pyodide: Bringing the scientific Python stack to the browser - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog


https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/04/pyodide-bringing-the-scientific-python-stack-to-the-browser/

#python #chrome #firefox #science
Pyodide: Bringing the scientific Python stack to the browser

 
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How we made Monty Python’s Life of Brian

John Cleese had wanted to play Brian. Graham Chapman had been drinking quite a lot, and John thought we needed a safe pair of hands for the lead role. But Graham gave up drinking just before and was dry throughout. He had a kind of decency that anchored the whole film. He was also a qualified doctor, so he was very useful looking after cast and crew while we were shooting in Tunisia, with all the stomach upsets people had.
#Python #humour #Brian

 
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How we made Monty Python’s Life of Brian

John Cleese had wanted to play Brian. Graham Chapman had been drinking quite a lot, and John thought we needed a safe pair of hands for the lead role. But Graham gave up drinking just before and was dry throughout. He had a kind of decency that anchored the whole film. He was also a qualified doctor, so he was very useful looking after cast and crew while we were shooting in Tunisia, with all the stomach upsets people had.
#Python #humour #Brian

 
Hello everyone !

📢 🔴 URGENT 🔴

An awesome software is dying, because its #developper has not time anymore to care of it.

It's an alternative of Adobe AfterEffect : Natron (https://natrongithub.github.io/)

Please, can Mastodon community search for a C++ dev, which want to maintain it ? or search for a company which work with free software ? It's very important.

Boost very appreciated

Thanks in advance for your contribution !

#Dev #Mastodon #C++ #Python

 
Which tech conference should I go to this year? (summer/Europe) I feel like I'm ready for something new. #python #rust?

 
TIL: Wenn #python irgend was komisches macht was man nicht versteht, _immer_ als erstes checken, ob die Tabs/Spaces stimmen.

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #bicycle, #environment, #esperanto, #python, and #science. I speak (in decreasing order of mastery) German, English, Esperanto, Italian.

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #bicycle, #environment, #esperanto, #python, and #science. I speak (in decreasing order of mastery) German, English, Esperanto, Italian.

 
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Hey everyone, I’m a new #gplusrefugee just landing here. I was Boris Borcic there, but for the moment I’d like to try using the transition to change username/identity... unless it reveals easy to change username here without unwanted rippling. At the entry point, I listed the following hashtags as my interests #algorithm, #art, #artificialintelligence, #bias, #biology, #climatechange, #cognition, #english, #french, #gplus-fr, #gplusdiaspora, #humanrights, #linguistics, #mathematics, #physics, #politics, #programming, #python, #religion, #science, #switzerland, and #usa.

Thanks for the invite, @Garry Knight!

 
Instagram is best when you write automated software that abuses it's algorithms for your personal gain.

#programming #algorithm #python #ai #newyork #instagram

 
Instagram is best when you write automated software that abuses it's algorithms for your personal gain.

#programming #algorithm #python #ai #newyork #instagram

 

Sending emails (with attachments) from my (FOSS) application?


Hi all, i'm beginning to become frustrated after having tried many alternatives but run into various issues. If you'd like to get straight to the main question please jump to the end of this post (under "another option?")

What i'm trying to do is to send emails with an attachment from my Well-Being Diary application, which is writtten in #python

(The idea is that the user can share diary entries via email with people she knows, and in this way the diary will become more social)

Here's some things that i've tried:

Using Python's webbrowser with mailto:


The problem here is that i cannot add attachments (otherwise this would be a good solution since it gives the user the option to edit the message before sharing it with her friends)

Using Python's SMTP

email_msg = email.message.EmailMessage() 
        email_msg.set_content("\nmessage body text") 

        email_msg['Subject'] = "Test subject" 
        email_msg['From'] = "__________@_____.com" 
        email_msg['To'] = "__________@_____.com" 

        # Please note that a local mailserver has to be started first: 
        # python -m smtpd -n -c DebuggingServer localhost:1025 
        smtp = smtplib.SMTP('localhost', 1025) 
        smtp.send_message(email_msg) 
        smtp.quit()

Gives the following but no message recieved (maybe because there is no security?
sunyata@sunyata-gratitude:~$ python -m smtpd -n -c DebuggingServer localhost:1025 
---------- MESSAGE FOLLOWS ---------- 
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" 
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit 
MIME-Version: 1.0 
Subject: Test subject 
From: __________@_____.com 
To: __________@_____.com 
X-Peer: 127.0.0.1 

message body text 
------------ END MESSAGE ------------

Using the Envelope library

envelope = envelopes.Envelope( 
            from_addr=(from_email_address_str, "Me"), 
            to_addr=("__________@_____.com", "You"), 
            subject="Subject test", 
            text_body="text body test" 
        ) 
        envelope.send("disroot.org", from_email_address_str, from_password_str, True)

This doesn't work either, but there may be settings here that are needed to be updated for disroot. I haven't looked into it more because if it's that complicated it also means that the user herself will have to enter these details which i'd like to avoid her having to do

Another option?


Now i'm considering another option: Maybe i could use something like mailgun, but i'd like to find a more free alternative. Does anyone know if one of these exist?

#email #foss #floss #freesoftware

 

Sending emails (with attachments) from my (FOSS) application?


Hi all, i'm beginning to become frustrated after having tried many alternatives but run into various issues. If you'd like to get straight to the main question please jump to the end of this post (under "another option?")

What i'm trying to do is to send emails with an attachment from my Well-Being Diary application, which is writtten in #python

(The idea is that the user can share diary entries via email with people she knows, and in this way the diary will become more social)

Here's some things that i've tried:

Using Python's webbrowser with mailto:


The problem here is that i cannot add attachments (otherwise this would be a good solution since it gives the user the option to edit the message before sharing it with her friends)

Using Python's SMTP

email_msg = email.message.EmailMessage() 
        email_msg.set_content("\nmessage body text") 

        email_msg['Subject'] = "Test subject" 
        email_msg['From'] = "__________@_____.com" 
        email_msg['To'] = "__________@_____.com" 

        # Please note that a local mailserver has to be started first: 
        # python -m smtpd -n -c DebuggingServer localhost:1025 
        smtp = smtplib.SMTP('localhost', 1025) 
        smtp.send_message(email_msg) 
        smtp.quit()

Gives the following but no message recieved (maybe because there is no security?
sunyata@sunyata-gratitude:~$ python -m smtpd -n -c DebuggingServer localhost:1025 
---------- MESSAGE FOLLOWS ---------- 
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" 
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit 
MIME-Version: 1.0 
Subject: Test subject 
From: __________@_____.com 
To: __________@_____.com 
X-Peer: 127.0.0.1 

message body text 
------------ END MESSAGE ------------

Using the Envelope library

envelope = envelopes.Envelope( 
            from_addr=(from_email_address_str, "Me"), 
            to_addr=("__________@_____.com", "You"), 
            subject="Subject test", 
            text_body="text body test" 
        ) 
        envelope.send("disroot.org", from_email_address_str, from_password_str, True)

This doesn't work either, but there may be settings here that are needed to be updated for disroot. I haven't looked into it more because if it's that complicated it also means that the user herself will have to enter these details which i'd like to avoid her having to do

Another option?


Now i'm considering another option: Maybe i could use something like mailgun, but i'd like to find a more free alternative. Does anyone know if one of these exist?

#email #foss #floss #freesoftware

 
Sagt mal, was nehmen die coolen Kids aktuell eigentlich als #Python IDE?

Bräuchte was leichtgewichtiges, was aber trotzdem gerne auch Smart Completion und ähnliches haben darf. Müsste unter Linux laufen, falls da jemand was kennt.

Danke schon mal :)

 
I stumbled upon this #volunteer opportunity:

FindHello


FindHello is a resource finder app that uses the Google Maps API combined with a database curated specifically for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

Frontend
The frontend has been developed with Ionic v3 (not the latest v4). Ionic uses Apache Cordova v8 behind the scenes as well as Angular v5 as the Javascript frontend framework.

Backend
The backend API has been developed with the Django framework and uses a number of plugins, including Django Rest Framework and GeoDjango.

We are looking for volunteers to help with minor bug fixes and improvements to the front end as well making some tweaks and additions to the Django API and Admin Dashboard on the back end.

This would be a great learning opportunity and you would know that your work is going to helping newcomers find the resources they need to build successful lives in the United States.

Organization:

The Refugee Center


We are small nonprofit that uses technology to help immigrants and refugees connect to resources that will help them create new lives in their host countries. We are currently operating in the United States and Italy and have plans for further international expansion.

We recently launched a resource finder app called FindHello that uses the Google Maps API and database that is curated specifically for newcomers. We are also launching redesigned WordPress sites in Italy and the United States.
https://therefugeecenter.org/

#immigrants #immigration #refugees #activism #python #django #maps
Home

 
I stumbled upon this #volunteer opportunity:

FindHello


FindHello is a resource finder app that uses the Google Maps API combined with a database curated specifically for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

Frontend
The frontend has been developed with Ionic v3 (not the latest v4). Ionic uses Apache Cordova v8 behind the scenes as well as Angular v5 as the Javascript frontend framework.

Backend
The backend API has been developed with the Django framework and uses a number of plugins, including Django Rest Framework and GeoDjango.

We are looking for volunteers to help with minor bug fixes and improvements to the front end as well making some tweaks and additions to the Django API and Admin Dashboard on the back end.

This would be a great learning opportunity and you would know that your work is going to helping newcomers find the resources they need to build successful lives in the United States.

Organization:

The Refugee Center


We are small nonprofit that uses technology to help immigrants and refugees connect to resources that will help them create new lives in their host countries. We are currently operating in the United States and Italy and have plans for further international expansion.

We recently launched a resource finder app called FindHello that uses the Google Maps API and database that is curated specifically for newcomers. We are also launching redesigned WordPress sites in Italy and the United States.
https://therefugeecenter.org/

#immigrants #immigration #refugees #activism #python #django #maps
Home

 
Hi and welcome to diaspora! I share your interests in #python and #ubuntu :)

 
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John #Cleese taking a break on the set of Monty #Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

#photography

 
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John #Cleese taking a break on the set of Monty #Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

#photography

 
I have been told that once-a-day announcements are not annoying, so...

My team in Minneapolis #Minnesota is hiring. There is nothing public yet, but if you're looking, hit me up.

We support products on Windows, Mac, and #Linux. Occasionally, you might see some old Solaris or BSD servers (or some other random stuff), but that really doesn't happen much.

We support #git and #Jenkins integrations, as well as #maven and a bunch of other stuff I don't ever touch, but people on my team do.

Apache knowledge would be useful, but not required. My colleague who started the same day I did doesn't really do any scripting. He's pretty much a pure server performance guy. That said, we support APIs for #ruby, #python, #js, #groovy, #perl, #java, #c++ and #php. Also, #C knowledge would be useful

Basically, if you have any cross-platform experience at all, and are technical, you'd be a good fit.

Being in our Minneapolis office is 100% a requirement. I don't make the rules, because that's a stupid one.

 
I have been told that once-a-day announcements are not annoying, so...

My team in Minneapolis #Minnesota is hiring. There is nothing public yet, but if you're looking, hit me up.

We support products on Windows, Mac, and #Linux. Occasionally, you might see some old Solaris or BSD servers (or some other random stuff), but that really doesn't happen much.

We support #git and #Jenkins integrations, as well as #maven and a bunch of other stuff I don't ever touch, but people on my team do.

Apache knowledge would be useful, but not required. My colleague who started the same day I did doesn't really do any scripting. He's pretty much a pure server performance guy. That said, we support APIs for #ruby, #python, #js, #groovy, #perl, #java, #c++ and #php. Also, #C knowledge would be useful

Basically, if you have any cross-platform experience at all, and are technical, you'd be a good fit.

Being in our Minneapolis office is 100% a requirement. I don't make the rules, because that's a stupid one.

 
Pygame Zero Intro (1)

Ich möchte #PygameZero erkunden und die Bibliothek kennenlernen. Es soll also so etwas we »learning by doing« sein, es ist also nicht auszuschließen, daß ich mich gelegentlich in Sackgassen verrenne, die ich dann hoffentlich in einem folgenden Beitrag wieder verlassen kann. Aber nach ersten Experimenten halte ich diese auf Pygame aufsetzende #Python-Bibliothek für spannend und denke daher, daß sich die Mühe lohnen wird. http://blog.schockwellenreiter.de/2019/03/2019031703.html #GameDev #Tutorial
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