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  • Funny Hugh Laurie & Stephen Fry comedy sketch! 'Your name, sir?' - BBC

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    published: 07 Dec 2017
  • Python for Machine Learning - Part 6 - Drop Rows and Columns of a Pandas Dataset1

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    published: 07 Dec 2017
  • Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 18 - Picking up and Dropping

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    published: 10 Apr 2017
  • Falling Bodies - Monty Python

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    published: 01 Jul 2007
  • Python SQL Dumper - How to extract all table names from a database

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    published: 11 Sep 2011
  • Pandas with Python 2.7 Part 4 - CSV column manipulation

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    published: 30 Jul 2014
  • Python for Machine Learning - Part 13 - Merging Dataframes

    Topics to be covered: 1. Merge Dataframe import pandas as pd import numpy as np df1 = pd.DataFrame() ID = [1001,1002,1003,1004] Name = ['Virat Kohli','Susan Whistler','Micheal Scofield', 'Sarah Wilson'] Country = ['India','Australia','England','Canada'] df1['ID'] = ID df1['Name'] = Name df1['Country'] = Country df2 = pd.DataFrame() ID = [1003,1004,2003,2004] Salary = [20000,15000,25000,18000] df2['ID'] = ID df2['Salary'] = Salary df3 = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID') df4 = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID',how='outer') df_left = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID',how='left') df_right = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID',how='right') df5 = pd.merge(df1,df2,left_on='ID',right_on='ID')

    published: 19 Dec 2017
  • Installing Sublime: Great Txt Editor For Maya (for mel and python)

    How to install the great Sublime txt editor for full compatibility with Maya. Supports mel .mel and python .py and "send to Maya" features. Sublime is free unlimited trail but please buy if using a lot ($70 USD). This demo is on MacOSX but should work pretty much the same for Windows or Linux. Details below. Andrew Silke 3d Animator and Instructor Free Daily blog: https://www.facebook.com/create3dcharacters/ Website: http://www.create3dcharacters.com/ 1. INSTALL SUBLIME http://www.sublimetext.com/ 2. PACKAGE CONTROL https://sublime.wbond.net/installation#st3 3. PACKAGE CONTROL INSTALLS - JEDI (Auto Complete and other) https://github.com/srusskih/SublimeJEDI - PYTHON TEMPLATE FIXERS Sublime Linter pep8 pyflakes - MAYA SUBLIME https://github.com/justinfx/MayaSublime 4. OPEN PO...

    published: 07 Oct 2014
  • 5.15 (Part 1) Test Average and Grade - Python

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Starting out with Python, Third Edition, Tony Gaddis Chapter 5 Programming Challenges -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15. Test Average and Grade Write a program that asks the user to enter five test scores. The program should display a letter grade for each score and the average test score. Write the following functions in the program: calc_average — This function should accept five test scores as arguments and return the average of the scores. determine_grade — This function should accept a test score as an argument and return a letter grade for the sc...

    published: 02 Feb 2017
  • Christine Spang, "Billions of Emails Synced with Python", PyBay2017

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    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • How do I use the "axis" parameter in pandas?

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    published: 10 May 2016
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    published: 30 Nov 2015
  • Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 26 - Confusion Spell

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    published: 31 May 2017
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    published: 02 Jun 2017
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    published: 05 Nov 2013
  • Birth - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life

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How do I remove columns from a pandas DataFrame?
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How do I remove columns from a pandas DataFrame?

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If you have DataFrame columns that you're never going to use, you may want to remove them entirely in order to focus on the columns that you do use. In this video, I'll show you how to remove columns (and rows), and will briefly explain the meaning of the "axis" and "inplace" parameters. New videos every TUESDAY and THURSDAY! Subscribe for updates: https://www.youtube.com/user/dataschool?sub_confirmation=1 Have a pandas question, or a tip for others? Please leave a comment below! Learning data science in Python? I teach live, online courses: http://www.dataschool.io/learn/ == RESOURCES == GitHub repository for the series: https://github.com/justmarkham/pandas-videos "drop" documentation: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/generated/pandas.DataFrame.drop.html == JOIN THE DATA SCHOOL COMMUNITY == Blog: http://www.dataschool.io Newsletter: http://www.dataschool.io/subscribe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/justmarkham
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Funny Hugh Laurie & Stephen Fry comedy sketch! 'Your name, sir?' - BBC
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Funny Hugh Laurie & Stephen Fry comedy sketch! 'Your name, sir?' - BBC

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Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie perform a hilarious short comedy sketch in a police station. A man making a statement has a surname that is pretty hard to pronounce! Classic moment from the ground-breaking comedy sketch show 'A Bit of Fry and Laurie'.
https://wn.com/Funny_Hugh_Laurie_Stephen_Fry_Comedy_Sketch_'Your_Name,_Sir_'_BBC
Python for Machine Learning - Part 7 - Drop Rows and Columns of a Pandas Dataset2
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Python for Machine Learning - Part 7 - Drop Rows and Columns of a Pandas Dataset2

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Topics to be covered: 1. Deleting rows of a dataset and copying the resultant dataset to a new dataframe - Completed 2. Drop the Duplicate Values import pandas as pd import numpy as np dataset = pd.read_csv('train.csv') # 1 Dropping a Single Column of a dataset based on the column name df1 = dataset.drop('Name',axis=1) print(df1.head()) # 2.Dropping multiple Column of a dataset based on the column name df1 = df1.drop(['Pclass','Cabin'],axis=1) print(df1.head()) # 3. Dropping the Column of a dataset based on the Column Index df1 = df1.drop(df1.columns[1],axis=1) print(df1.head()) # 4. Dropping the Multiple Column of a dataset based on the Column Index df2 = df1.drop(df1.columns[[1,3]],axis=1) print(df2.head()) # 5. Deleting rows of a dataset and copying the resultant dataset to a new dataframe df3 = df2.drop(df2.index[[1,3]]) print(df3.head()) # 6. Drop the Duplicate Values based on some conditions df3 = df3[df3['Embarked'] != 'S'].head() print(df3.head()) Dup = df3.drop_duplicates().head() Dup = Dup.drop_duplicates(subset=['Embarked']) print(Dup) Dup1 = df3.drop_duplicates(subset=['Embarked'], keep='last') print(Dup1)
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Python for Machine Learning - Part 6 - Drop Rows and Columns of a Pandas Dataset1
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Python for Machine Learning - Part 6 - Drop Rows and Columns of a Pandas Dataset1

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Topics to be covered: 1. Dropping a Single Column of a dataset. 2. Dropping multiple Column of a dataset. 3. Dropping the Column of a dataset based on the Column Index. 4. Dropping the Multiple Column of a dataset based on the Column Index. import pandas as pd import numpy as np dataset = pd.read_csv('train.csv') # 1 Dropping a Single Column of a dataset based on the column name df1 = dataset.drop('Name',axis=1) print(df1.head()) # 2.Dropping multiple Column of a dataset based on the column name df1 = df1.drop(['Pclass','Cabin'],axis=1) print(df1.head()) # 3. Dropping the Column of a dataset based on the Column Index df1 = df1.drop(df1.columns[1],axis=1) print(df1.head()) # 4. Dropping the Multiple Column of a dataset based on the Column Index df2 = df1.drop(df1.columns[[1,3]],axis=1) print(df2.head()) # 5. Deleting rows of a dataset and copying the resultant dataset to a new dataframe df3 = df2.drop(df2.index[[1,3]]) print(df3.head()) # 6. Drop the Duplicate Values based on some conditions df3 = df3[df3['Embarked'] != 'S'].head() print(df3.head()) Dup = df3.drop_duplicates().head() Dup = Dup.drop_duplicates(subset=['Embarked']) print(Dup) Dup1 = df3.drop_duplicates(subset=['Embarked'], keep='last') print(Dup1)
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 18 - Picking up and Dropping
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 18 - Picking up and Dropping

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My name is Michael and I'm doing a series on using python to make a tiles-based roguelike using both pygame and libtcod (doryen library). In this video, we build off the new classes we wrote in the previous episode and actually pick up items and drop them. https://bitbucket.org/Azhain/python-roguelike-tutorials/ - source code for each episode. http://imgur.com/a/TECi6 - Sprites I'm using in the series Intro Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
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Falling Bodies - Monty Python
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Falling Bodies - Monty Python

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Eric Idle And John Cleese are working in an office when something falls from above going right past there window
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Python SQL Dumper - How to extract all table names from a database
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Python SQL Dumper - How to extract all table names from a database

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http://pythonsqldumper.sourceforge.net/
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Pandas with Python 2.7 Part 4 - CSV column manipulation
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Pandas with Python 2.7 Part 4 - CSV column manipulation

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In part 4 of the Pandas with Python 2.7 series, we cover the notion of column manipulation with CSV files. Pandas loads our data as objects, which then makes manipulating them extremely simple, while keeping the processing speed very robust. So here, we see how we can move columns around, remove them, add them, and even perform some basic operations soon. Sample code for the series: http://pythonprogramming.net/python-2-7-pandas-data-analysis/ Pandas tutorial series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQVvvaa0QuDfHt4XU7vTm22xDegR0v0fQ http://seaofbtc.com http://sentdex.com http://hkinsley.com https://twitter.com/sentdex Bitcoin donations: 1GV7srgR4NJx4vrk7avCmmVQQrqmv87ty6
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Python for Machine Learning - Part 13 - Merging Dataframes
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Python for Machine Learning - Part 13 - Merging Dataframes

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Topics to be covered: 1. Merge Dataframe import pandas as pd import numpy as np df1 = pd.DataFrame() ID = [1001,1002,1003,1004] Name = ['Virat Kohli','Susan Whistler','Micheal Scofield', 'Sarah Wilson'] Country = ['India','Australia','England','Canada'] df1['ID'] = ID df1['Name'] = Name df1['Country'] = Country df2 = pd.DataFrame() ID = [1003,1004,2003,2004] Salary = [20000,15000,25000,18000] df2['ID'] = ID df2['Salary'] = Salary df3 = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID') df4 = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID',how='outer') df_left = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID',how='left') df_right = pd.merge(df1,df2,on='ID',how='right') df5 = pd.merge(df1,df2,left_on='ID',right_on='ID')
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Installing Sublime:  Great Txt Editor For Maya (for mel and python)
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Installing Sublime: Great Txt Editor For Maya (for mel and python)

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How to install the great Sublime txt editor for full compatibility with Maya. Supports mel .mel and python .py and "send to Maya" features. Sublime is free unlimited trail but please buy if using a lot ($70 USD). This demo is on MacOSX but should work pretty much the same for Windows or Linux. Details below. Andrew Silke 3d Animator and Instructor Free Daily blog: https://www.facebook.com/create3dcharacters/ Website: http://www.create3dcharacters.com/ 1. INSTALL SUBLIME http://www.sublimetext.com/ 2. PACKAGE CONTROL https://sublime.wbond.net/installation#st3 3. PACKAGE CONTROL INSTALLS - JEDI (Auto Complete and other) https://github.com/srusskih/SublimeJEDI - PYTHON TEMPLATE FIXERS Sublime Linter pep8 pyflakes - MAYA SUBLIME https://github.com/justinfx/MayaSublime 4. OPEN PORTS TO SUBLIME http://fredrik.averpil.com/post/55507118045 import maya.cmds as cmds # Close ports if they were already open under another configuration try: cmds.commandPort(name=":7001", close=True) except: cmds.warning('Could not close port 7001 (maybe it is not opened yet...)') try: cmds.commandPort(name=":7002", close=True) except: cmds.warning('Could not close port 7002 (maybe it is not opened yet...)') # Open new ports cmds.commandPort(name=":7001", sourceType="mel") cmds.commandPort(name=":7002", sourceType="python")
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5.15 (Part 1) Test Average and Grade - Python
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5.15 (Part 1) Test Average and Grade - Python

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Starting out with Python, Third Edition, Tony Gaddis Chapter 5 Programming Challenges -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15. Test Average and Grade Write a program that asks the user to enter five test scores. The program should display a letter grade for each score and the average test score. Write the following functions in the program: calc_average — This function should accept five test scores as arguments and return the average of the scores. determine_grade — This function should accept a test score as an argument and return a letter grade for the score based on the following grading scale: Score Letter Grade 90 - 100 A 80 - 89 B 70 - 79 C 60 - 69 D Below 60 F Starting out with Python. Third Edition. Tony Gaddis -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bitcoin Address - 1AbnaHDLG3xqmycNHKDKh1gPNst29Rkp6S Thanks :) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Christine Spang, "Billions of Emails Synced with Python", PyBay2017
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Christine Spang, "Billions of Emails Synced with Python", PyBay2017

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Description The open source Nylas Sync Engine provides a RESTful API on top of a powerful email sync platform, making it easy to build messaging into apps. It’s built using Python and gevent and has scaled to sync billions of messages over its lifetime deployment. In this talk, we’ll show you how it’s built and what technical challenges we’ve solved along the way. Abstract Why a sync engine? If you’ve ever tried to build anything that works with email, you’ll find that it’s a problem full of twisty corners: the protocols themselves are obtuse and require entire RFCs just to describe how to implement sync with them, if you want your integration to work with everyone’s email you face implementing several different protocols or flavours of protocols (IMAP with CONDSTORE, IMAP with no CONDSTORE, Gmail IMAP, Exchange Web Services, Exchange ActiveSync, Office365 REST) plus OAuth authentication for different providers, and once you’ve gotten data flowing you still need to handle parsing email, which involves a complex format known as MIME as well as pretty much every way of encoding non-ASCII text as ASCII that has ever been invented. We’ve built a platform that layers a sync engine over 30 years of email history and allows developers to read and write to mailboxes and calendars using a modern REST API. It’s not just a simple proxy that makes calls to IMAP or Exchange behind the scenes: in order to meet the speed and reliability demands our customers require, when a user connects their email account to a developer’s app, our infrastructure syncs a copy of that mailbox and keeps it up-to-date as changes are made from that app or traditional web, mobile, and desktop email clients. This is a demanding technical challenge and wasn’t easy to build. How a sync engine? A semi-monolithic application composed of several services that all share a common database and a fair amount of code, but run on separate server fleets (email sync, api frontend, webhooks, etc.) ~90k lines of Python, including tests and migrations Bio Christine went to MIT, dropped out of an operating systems graduate program to be an early engineer at Ksplice, and most recently cofounded Nylas, a startup building an email platform. When she's not building rock-solid infrastructure for the Internet or speaking around the world at conferences like DebConf and PyCon, rumour has it she can be found on cliff walls, remote trails, and dance floors. She lives in Oakland, California. https://speakerdeck.com/pybay/2017-christine-spang-billions-of-emails-nylas
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How do I use the "axis" parameter in pandas?
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How do I use the "axis" parameter in pandas?

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When performing operations on a pandas DataFrame, such as dropping columns or calculating row means, it is often necessary to specify the "axis". But what exactly is an axis? In this video, I'll help you to build a mental model for understanding the axis parameter so that you will know when and how to use it. New videos every TUESDAY and THURSDAY! Subscribe for updates: https://www.youtube.com/user/dataschool?sub_confirmation=1 Have a pandas question, or a tip for others? Please leave a comment below! Learning data science in Python? I teach live, online courses: http://www.dataschool.io/learn/ == RESOURCES == GitHub repository for the series: https://github.com/justmarkham/pandas-videos "drop" documentation: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/generated/pandas.DataFrame.drop.html "mean" documentation: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/generated/pandas.DataFrame.mean.html == JOIN THE DATA SCHOOL COMMUNITY == Blog: http://www.dataschool.io Newsletter: http://www.dataschool.io/subscribe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/justmarkham
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Viper Vs Asp Python FDL Cobra (The Negative Zone, Sporaak, Invalid Name, Unknown) - Elite Dangerous
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Viper Vs Asp Python FDL Cobra (The Negative Zone, Sporaak, Invalid Name, Unknown) - Elite Dangerous

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  • Updated: 30 Nov 2015
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For some reason I didn't record this fight, but fortunately a fellow YouTuber did! Thanks Daniel Vallah (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkjjBsXzkofFLo298t-cU2g) I remember just having a 1v1 versus the Asp, but then his buddies dropped in. But I figured I'd still attempt to kill him, or at the very least get him to jump out :) I didn't get to do either - but I got him half dead before I decided that the odds were against me. Maybe I ran out of cells or chaff. The main reason for me backing off half way through the fight was because I spotted another CMDR not part of the Wing who was attacking me, so I just needed a moment to evaluate the situation I'm loving the comms chatter at the start from The Negative Zone calling for assistance... fast! p.s. I stole this video from Daniel's channel :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ1K-Zvt9UY
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 26 - Confusion Spell
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 26 - Confusion Spell

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My name is Michael and I'm doing a series on using python to make a tiles-based roguelike using both pygame and libtcod (doryen library). In this video I create a chase AI which is the new default for enemies, and use a spell to temporarily confuse enemies. I also add an 'x' to the targeting menu. https://bitbucket.org/Azhain/python-roguelike-tutorials/ - source code for each episode. http://imgur.com/a/TECi6 - Sprites I'm using in the series Intro Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 27 - Equipment
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 27 - Equipment

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My name is Michael and I'm doing a series on using python to make a tiles-based roguelike using both pygame and libtcod (doryen library). In this video I show how you can create wearable items that change character stats. This episode is huge because we do a lot within it. We create a new component that will control equip-able items, we alter the obj_Actor and com_Creature components with the @property decorator so we can change how attributes are accessed, and we create two new items that the player can use to beef up their stats. I debated splitting the episode up into smaller parts, but that would have delayed getting it all out there. Since I was able to do everything within this video, next week we can start on something a lot people have asked me about, procedural generation. https://bitbucket.org/Azhain/python-roguelike-tutorials/ - source code for each episode. http://imgur.com/a/TECi6 - Sprites I'm using in the series Intro Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
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FTP SFTP with Python Tutorial - p2. Putting files to server
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FTP SFTP with Python Tutorial - p2. Putting files to server

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Welcome to my tutorial concerning how to use Python for SFTP / FTP in order to get and put files from and to webservers via Secure File Transfer Protocol. This video teaches you specifically how to put files from your local machine to a remote server using SFTP (secure file transfer protocol). Make sure you install in the following order: PyCrypto, Paramiko, PySFTP. 32-bit: https://ftp.dlitz.net/pub/dlitz/crypto/pycrypto/pycrypto-2.6.1.tar.gz https://pypi.python.org/packages/source/p/paramiko/paramiko-1.12.0.tar.gz 64-bit: PyCrypto: http://www.voidspace.org.uk/downloads/pycrypto26/pycrypto-2.6.win-amd64-py2.7.exe Paramiko: http://dragffy.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/paramiko-1.7.7.1.win-amd64_Jaraco_patch.exe Then: https://code.google.com/p/pysftp/downloads/detail?name=pysftp-0.2.2.tar.gz Sentdex.com Facebook.com/sentdex Twitter.com/sentdex
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Birth - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
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Birth - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2008
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Subscribe to the Official Monty Python Channel here - http://smarturl.it/SubscribeToPython Birth, taken from The Meaning of Life. Visit the official Monty Python store - http://smarturl.it/MontyPythonStores Visit the NEW Monty Python iTunes store - http://smarturl.it/MontyPython1D5TGitun Welcome to the official Monty Python YouTube channel. This is the place to find top quality classic Python videos, as well as some special stuff that you'll only find here such as interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from our live shows. All the Pythons including John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones & Graham Chapman can be found here being incredibly silly. New videos will be uploaded every Monday! http://www.montypython.com/ https://www.facebook.com/MontyPython https://twitter.com/montypython
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Every Sperm is Sacred - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
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Every Sperm is Sacred - Monty Python's The Meaning of Life

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2008
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Subscribe to the Official Monty Python Channel here - http://smarturl.it/SubscribeToPython Every Sperm is Sacred scene, taken from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life. Terry Jones picked this as part of his Top 10 Monty Python Movie Moments for Esquire Magazine - "There were about 60 kids and, even though some of the dialogue in this scene was considered a bit racy at the time, the parents were all happy to have their children take part. We did have Michael say, 'If only the Roman Catholic Church would let me wear a little rubber thing on the end of my sock,' though, and we dubbed it later. It's a long sequence, but I think it's one of my favorite bits of Python." See the full list here - http://www.montypython.com/news_terryjtop10/160 Visit the official Monty Python store - http://smarturl.it/MontyPythonStores Visit the NEW Monty Python iTunes store - http://smarturl.it/MontyPython1D5TGitun Welcome to the official Monty Python YouTube channel. This is the place to find top quality classic Python videos, as well as some special stuff that you'll only find here such as interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from our live shows. All the Pythons including John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones & Graham Chapman can be found here being incredibly silly. New videos will be uploaded every Monday! http://www.montypython.com/ https://www.facebook.com/MontyPython https://twitter.com/montypython
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Massive python caught hiding inside living room wall
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Massive python caught hiding inside living room wall

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  • Updated: 15 Mar 2018
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Stay Connected & Subscribe Channel for latest updates@ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF4A_EfCTQfcO3Klbv5d7Ow/featured This is the hair-raising moment a 15-feet-long python is caught - hiding inside a living room wall. Homeowner Somchai Subdang, 45, was watching TV yesterday afternoon (March 14) when he heard an odd clunking sound coming from the plasterboard. He put his ear to the wall to investigate and jumped with fright when he heard a sinister hissing sound from inside the wall in Bangkok, Thailand. Somchai called rescuers who arrived and used a hammer to hack into the wall where the massive serpent was found coiled up. Somchai said: ''I'm not afraid of the snake when it's stuck in the wall, but it could have been scary if it got into the ceiling then dropped down onto me while I was sleeping. ''I'm disappointed that I'll have to fix the house now. But that's better than having a snake hiding in the house.'' Rescue worker Bang Sem, who is seen alongside his colleague in a purple t-shirt in the catching the python, said: ''This was an unusual place to find the snake. We think it got inside through a gap in the wall to shelter from the rain. ''I gave my young son my phone to start recording daddy catch snake. He enjoyed seeing it. The snake was about 4.5 metres long. It was returned back to nature. The python was stuffed into a sack and driven away to be handed over to wildlife workers in the Thung Khru district of the city who released it back into the wild.
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Grammar Nazis
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Grammar Nazis

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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 21 - Using items
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 21 - Using items

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My name is Michael and I'm doing a series on using python to make a tiles-based roguelike using both pygame and libtcod (doryen library). In this video, watch as I demonstrate my inability to make a tutorial that doesn't stretch out longer than it needs to. We'll convert the item menu we use for dropping items into one for using items. We create our first magic spell, pass it into an item component and then use it. https://bitbucket.org/Azhain/python-roguelike-tutorials/ - source code for each episode. http://imgur.com/a/TECi6 - Sprites I'm using in the series Intro Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
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Python Gets Shot By Pistol For Eating Goat | Live Leak
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Python Gets Shot By Pistol For Eating Goat | Live Leak

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Rachel Elizabeth Valverde, the shooter, from Florida said a "twelve foot python thought eating one of our goats for dinner was a good idea!" Read more at https://m.liveleak.com/view?i=4b7_1496761546#J8CBLrfxfvzYS78y.99 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 17 - The Item Component Class
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Python Roguelike Tutorial - Part 17 - The Item Component Class

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2017
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My name is Michael and I'm doing a series on using python to make a tiles-based roguelike using both pygame and libtcod (doryen library). In this video, I make up for not being around yesterday to upload a video (I was running in a 10-mile race). This video is the first of several having to do with creating items that can be used in-game. https://bitbucket.org/Azhain/python-roguelike-tutorials/ - source code for each episode. http://imgur.com/a/TECi6 - Sprites I'm using in the series Intro Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
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