Weeknotes Week 10. More rail problems, preparing for DataFest19, fixing #AirQuality with @AirAberdeen, reading Orwell, walking and photography.
Updated (*) 17/1014 2 new bullet points at the end. At the first Code The City event, held in Aberdeen in June 2014, one of the projects which was worked on for the weekend was the setting up of a
Four of my five top non-fiction books which I read this year are Python programming titles. This is unsurprising as I’ve spend a considerable amount of time teaching myself Python via books and MOOCs. The titles below will take you
Have you ever wanted to use the APIs of the main Social Media platforms, to download and analyse data, manipulate it and combine it with other data sources? Then this excellent, updated book is for you. [AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”1449367615″] The sample
Whether you are a complete new-comer to the Raspberry Pi, or someone with a bit more experience of the pocket-sized pc or of the Linux Open Source Operating System, you will find lots of valuable information in Simon Monk’s new
Last Christmas I got a Raspberry Pi as a present. As you may know it comes with the Python programming language as standard. As a former programmer, who started on punch cards at school, wrote some Sinclair Basic for ZX81,