Screencasts

Python Morsels currently includes 84 screencasts (each is about 3 minutes long). I publish one or two new screencasts each week. The most recently published screencasts are at the top of this page.

These screencasts are broken into topic trails in which each screencast builds on prior screencasts. I recommend watching earlier screencasts in each topic trail before later ones.

Don't like watching videos? That's okay! Every screencast includes a transcript. So you can think of these screencasts as mini blog posts!

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My name is Trey Hunner and I'm a Python trainer. Through Python Morsels I publish new Python screencasts every week and I also send out Python exercises.

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Printing to a file
Creating and writing to a file in Python
Files are iterators
Reading files line-by-line
How to read from a text file
Making a main function in Python
Tuple unpacking isn't just for tuples
Importing a module runs code
Decorators aren't always functions
Parsing command-line arguments in Python
Making a class decorator
Accessing command-line arguments in Python