Archive for the ‘comloungetv’ Category

CLTV40: EuroPython 2008 – cocos2d, a framework for building 2D games

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

Ricardo Quesada and Lucio Torre present their game framework for 2d games written in Python. It looks quite cool and seems to be really easy to use. So check it out:

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CLTV 37: First Look of mixxt (Screencast)

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

First Look is a series I just started with this video and consists of screencasts I do of new sites where I eventually get some invite. I want to test them without checking them out before so I can spot bugs or usability problems. This also migth give a chance to the developers to see a first time user (geek though) navigating their site. I am aware that much of this what I see is subject to change of course.

So this first episode is about mixxt.de, a new social networking platform similar to Ning. It allows you to create your own social network in 3 minutes (I did not take the time though).

So here is the video. It was done somewhat early in the morning so my english is not fully there yet 😉

I also want to thank Philipp Ellenbeck of mixxt who did a great job on providing instant support to my questions and problems. Many of my initial problems are solved by now.

CLTV33: EuroPython 2007 – Kay Schluehr about consoletest (Lightning Talk)

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

Kay Schluehr explains his project “consoletest” which tries to be a better test framework.

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CLTV32: EuroPython 2007 – Jodok Batlogg about how Lovely System uses Amazon Web Services (Lightning Talk)

Sunday, August 12th, 2007

Jodok Batlogg of Lovely Systems explains how they utilize some of the Amazon Web Services.

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CLTV31: EuroPython 2007 – Marius Gedminas about gtimelog (Lightning Talk)

Saturday, August 11th, 2007

Marius Gedminas shows and explains his little tool for time tracking called “gtimelog”.

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CLTV30: EuroPython 2007 – Harald Armin Massa about dbimport and py2exe (Lightning Talk)

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

Harald Armin Massa, master of ceremony of the Lightning Talks explains how to extract a lightning talk from your regular talk and shows as an example the reduced version of his own talk about dbimport and py2exe.

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CLTV29: EuroPython 2007 – Matt Hamilton about Website Security Policy Testing (Lightning Talk)

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

Matt Hamilton of Netsight talks about a client project in which they had to handle a very complex website security policy. He shows how they solved the problem if testing it.

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CLTV27: EuroPython 2007 – David Axmark about optimizing MySQL

Monday, July 30th, 2007

David Axmarks was another one of this year’s keynote speakers but instead of just giving his keynote he also gave a regular talk about how to optimize MySQL (which is also applicable to other databases).

David Axmark is one of the founders of MySQL.

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CLTV25: Interview with Jorge Lima (aka. Eggy Lippmann in Second Life), long term resident and founder of betatechnologies.info

Sunday, June 17th, 2007



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Jorge Lima is Second Life resident since the beta phase in 2003. He is known as Eggy Lippmann in-world. He is co-founder of the SL History Wiki, did quite a lot of projects and co-founded Beta Technologies last year which is a quite successful Second Life consulting company.

In this interview we talk about how it was in Second Life in the early days, how the future of it might look like and what impact Open Source might have. Back then when we did the interview, the Open Source client was not released and we were more expecting a time of August 2007 instead of January when it actually happened. Thus it’s interesting to hear now what we though back then about it.

CLTV17: Plone Conference 06 Lightning Talk: Rocky Burt about Plone4Artists Audio

Sunday, November 26th, 2006

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Plone Conference, Plone4Artists Audio product page

recorded on Oct 25th, 2006 at the Seattle Center