Mind Bending

A couple of months ago I talked about PyGTK being deprecated and substituted by PyGI (Python GObject Introspection). In that same post I mentioned that as soon as I put my hands on PyGI I would write some tutorials. Well, since many things have happened I haven’t found enough time to write about PyGI (before I must end my Python and UDisks Series).


But there are good news, Daniel G. Siegel is doing a marvelous work, much better then I would do. He’s doing video tutorials. Until now there are only two videos teaching how to use PyGI, both are available in Daniel’s Vimeo profile. Take a look at the videos below:

Our First GTK+ Application

Creating A Fancy Photo Application



Graduated in Telecommunication Engineering, but currently working with GNU/Linux infrastructure and in the spare time I'm an Open Source programmer (Python and C), a drawer and author in the Mind Bending Blog.


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