How to Create GUI Applications Under Linux Desktop Using PyGObject – Part 1

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21 Responses

  1. MJZ2325 says:

    I’m finding this very interesting. I used to program years ago – mainly in BASIC, and small dalliances with C & COBOL (a very elegant language, essentially like writing English sentences).

    I become fed up with Windows 10, which has basically ruined my HP Pavilion dv7 (the Windows 7 it originally came with ran far better), so I bought a second hand MacBook Pro, which I love and is perfect for all my everyday uses, especially media – I’m a keen photographer and also getting into film-making. I would have bought a new MacBook, but if I’m honest I couldn’t afford it, and they’ve stopped doing the 17″ screens anyway – big mistake, Apple – but I digress.

    Being loathed to get rid of the HP, whose hardware is of a similarly high spec to the MacBook, I’ve decided to use it for a very different purpose, effectively restoring my HP with Linux Mint Tara, which looks like a really elegant system, and and using it to get back into programming with this impressive Python language, so I basically wanted to say thank you to the author for writing these tutorials, and to ask the community for any tips you may have for someone who, while reasonably well-versed with computers generally, is very much out of date on the nuts & bolts side, and basically a beginner where Linux & Python are concerned.

    Thank you in advance for any helpful replies.

  2. george codestanza says:

    Nice indentation there. Must be some real code experts on this site

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