Posts Tagged by python
|March 21, 2011||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming|
It’s been a bit of time since my last post, but now it’s back to going through Project Euler. The second problem works with a favorite problem in computer science: Fibonacci numbers.
|January 8, 2011||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming|
Problem #1 at Project Euler is, besides being the problem with the most solutions provided to it, happens to also be a pretty good place to start working our way through the process.
|November 29, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
Mailing lists … they’re one of the most popular, and easy, methods of using your website to make money. I’ve used a few different list manager systems over the years, but they all seemed to miss (at least) one thing that I found useful or needed to make the list behave the way I wanted […]
|October 9, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming|
Twisted Matrix’s Perspective Broker is, to me at least, the main compelling reason to use the entire framework. It’s also an area that is lacking in documentation that is usable to a newbie to the framework. One of the things provided by the Perspective Broker is an authentication framework, based around the concept of an […]
|October 7, 2010||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming|
Another way to integrate Twisted with Stackless python, is to use multiple threads. One thread handles Twisted’s reactor while Stackless tasklets run in at least one other thread. This lowers the deterministic nature of Stackless, but for certain conditions may be more effective than trying to integrate Twisted and Stackless into a single thread. Communication […]