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Autistim | Dating | Websites

Autism Dating Websites

autisticdating.net

www.aspieology.com

www.aspie-singles.com

www.spectrumsingles.com

www.autisticpersonals.com

All found via http://wrongplanet.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=3358931

Also, search Wrong Planet for "dating sites" yields many results to read through


LearnPython | Reddit | Index | Wiki

LearnPython Reddit Wiki Index

There is a comprehensive resource wiki for learning Python at the LearnPython Index.  I noticed this link in the sidebar of the LearnPython subreddit. Videos, documenation, FAQs, tools for learning and tons more. I'm wondering whether I need to learn more Python before I go into Django.

I guess I will find out if I start getting too bogged down whilst learning Django. Here is a link to the folder on my Dropbox where I have a spreadsheet tracking my progress with learning Djang. (Idea: build a Django web application to track my progress with learning Django..)


Django | Links

Image from http://www.justwebframeworks.com/category/python/

My earlier blog post about Django Resources connects to Django Links, It features a tag cloud with tags such as screencast. I followed the link for Mike's Django Python Tutorial Videos which will take you to his webpage with many Youtube videos. I also came across paid for courses such as Complete Python Bootcamp and Python - Learn Python From Scratch In No Time Flat! (both on Udemy). And then an old (2010) tutorial sequence about the basics of Django on Webmonkey.

The Webmonkey page could be a good place to start with Django as they get you to build an app in lesson 2.

Also, flicking through Dive Into Python; I'm on Native Datatypes. Open Source Hacker has a nice little tutorial on using IPython to help set up your Django.  It recommends reading Django Girls Tutorial if you're new to Django - it does look really good too - nicely laid out like proper Python documenation. (Open Source Hacker's link didn't work so I found an alternative one).


Django | Resources | Python

via http://www.ziptask.com/Django-at-10000-Feet-A-High-Level-Tour

I came across a very large Django resources via a comment on the Python subreddit. Lots of useful links!! Also, while searching for a cool Django image to use on this blogpost I came across Django at 10,000ft - A High Level Tour.

Trains | Blender | Reddit

Multi track drifiting

I've just read that the Blender subreddit has announced it's theme for this month's competition: Trains!

And download more Blender models and rigging systems for free. Which links to downloading a Mario model on Blendswap.

 

Blender | Documentation

Minecraft Blender Rigs

Blender Documentation Contents (or from Blender itself: Help - Python API Reference)

Also, have a look at Minecraft Blender Rigs! Also, Introduction to Rigging in Blender looks really well documented (but it's not free of charge..).


"What is Harrison Mixbus?"

Harrison Mixbus

If you ask Google that here's what you get:

The Harrison of Digital Audio Workstations

Mixbus User Forum

Harrison Mixbus DAW Software [Mac OS X]

Harrison Mixbus v3 - Youtube

Is Harrison's Mixbus 3 the perfect 'analogue-style' DAW?

Harrison Mixbus 2.0 review

Harrison Mixbus - Wikipedia