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Getting started with PyCharm (for new Python developers)
21 November 2019 | Updated 8 December 2019
One can’t go wrong with choosing Python to learn as their first programming language. This post will show how to get started with PyCharm, an IDE for Python and Scientific development.
Getting started with private projects on Raspbian and Bitbucket
28 October 2018
Bitbucket is a great alternative to Github to start, store and track simple programming dependant project files. On a Raspberry Pi it can be simply done using Raspbian. In addition to Github, projects uploaded to Bitbucket with less than 6 contributors can be kept private and won’t cost a cent.
Eclipse IDE for Python developers
7 December 2016 | Updated 31 October 2019
Eclipse IDE is a wonderful piece of free IDE software and Python is the language that makes many programmers very “excited” – so why not bring them together? Eclipse IDE added full functionality for Python developers through PyDev.
Making the Raspberry Pi use RF signals for logic
28 March 2016 | Updated 11 April 2017
This post will explain how to get the Raspberry Pi to read and interpret RF signal-codes to be used for logic. Ultimately I’ll show you how to “capture” signals as strings and compare them with expected strings to trigger either a Bash or Python script.
Eclipse IDE for web developers
24 December 2015 | Updated 28 September 2019
Eclipse is an open-source integrated development environment (IDE) used for computer programming. It is very popular for developing Java applications, but through plugins, Eclipse can be turned into a multi-language programming software application. Eclipse is free-to-use and has all the features one would expect from any proper IDE.
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