IronPython: A Quick WinForms Introduction

Background A few months ago I wrote up an article on using PyTools, Visual Studio, and Python all together. I received some much appreciated positive feedback for it, but really for me it was about exploring. I had dabbled with Python a few years back and hadn't really touched it much since. I spend the bulk of my programming time in Visual Studio, so it was a great opportunity to try and bridge that gap. I had an individual contact me via the Dev Leader Facebook group that had come across my original article. However, he wanted a little bit more out of it. Since I had my initial exploring out of the way, I figured it was probably worth trying to come up with a semi-useful example. I could get two birds with one stone here--Help out at least…

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Git + Google Code + Windows

Just a quick one here because I'm hoping it will benefit a person or two. I'd like to start by stating I've always been a Windows user. I don't like using Macs and I don't like using *nix. Why? It's just my preference, and I'll leave it at that (I don't have an emotional attachment to Microsoft or anything, I'm just well versed with Windows). Anyway... I was recently trying to get a Google Code page setup for one of the postings I wrote. However, being a Windows user made things pretty difficult. Here's how I solved my problem: Install GitExtensions (I already had this installed, because I use this for everything) Created my google code account and created my project. Changed my google code account permissions to allow my GMail credentials when pushing. You can do that here. Navigate…

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