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Explore Linux as a scientific computing platform
Linux is a great platform for scientific computing and is heavily used by the academic community for numerous tasks. While many open source projects address specific applications, the Sage mathematical project delivers a more generic problem-solving capability. Python is the primary language for many of the highest profile scientific applications, which this article discusses.
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Articles 07 Aug 2012
Scripting KVM with Python, Part 2: Add a GUI to manage KVM with libvirt and Python
Further explore how to use Python to create scripts for managing virtual machines using KVM. Learn how to add a GUI to expand on the simple status and display tool.
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Articles 17 Jan 2012
Android applications using Python and SL4A, Part 1: Set up your development environment
This series of articles explores how to use Python and Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A) to build applications for the Google Android platform. This article, the first in the series, shows what you need to do to get everything installed and running.
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Articles 19 Dec 2011
Scripting the Linux desktop, Part 2: Scripting Nautilus
This series of articles explores how to use Python to create scripts for the GNOME desktop, the screenlets framework, and Nautilus to deliver a highly productive environment. Scripts on the desktop enable drag-and-drop functionality and quick access to the information and services you commonly use. In this installment, learn how to use Python to add functionality to extend Nautilus on your desktop.
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Articles 16 Feb 2011
Scripting the Linux desktop, Part 1: Basics
This series of articles explores how to use Python to create scripts for the GNOME desktop, the screenlets framework, and Nautilus to deliver a highly productive environment. Scripts on the desktop enable drag-and-drop functionality and quick access to the information and services you commonly use. In this installment, learn how to build a desktop application using the screenlets widget toolkit.
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Articles 18 Jan 2011
Develop a GPS-aware application for the Nokia N810, Part 3: Finish the job
This series of articles shows how to build a global positioning system (GPS)-aware application using the Linux-based Nokia N810 Internet Tablet and its built-in GPS receiver. In this last of three installments, you'll put the final touches to the GPS trip tracker and get it ready for release.
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Articles 18 Feb 2009
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