Archive of month: January 2008

£5 App & My first ProjectBrighton post

2008’s first £5 App will be held on 12th February with Rupert Loman (founder of EuroGamer) talking on how he built the company from humble beginnings. As usual please sign-up on Upcoming so we know how much beer to buy and cake to bake. I’m also happy to say I’ve written my first article on […]

Brighton Python User Group – Feb 20th

John and I have decided to organise a Python pub meeting here in Brighton, the date is the somewhat-distant Feb 20th. Why? We want to figure out how many Python programmers are down here and find out what people are working on. Personally I’m also interested in receiving some feedback on which Python topics we […]

Installing IE6 on Ubuntu Gutsy (7.10)

I wanted to test ShowMeDo‘s rendering on IE6. My Windows XP box uses IE7 and I figured my Ubuntu box could run IE6 via Wine…it turns out to be just a simple install step. I was up and running within 5 minutes. First – install wine. Second, get the ies4linux installer and run it using […]