Flask and Python 3

Ned Batchelder ned at nedbatchelder.com
Fri Sep 26 13:41:40 CEST 2014

On 9/25/14 2:26 PM, Chris “Kwpolska” Warrick wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 8:18 PM, Juan Christian
> <juan0christian at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> The thing is, it’s text.  I suppose I could use some text-to-speech
>>> software to provide you with a video tutorial version of that.
>> No, you can't, if you think a video tutorial is only that, I'm afraid to
>> tell that you only saw terrible courses/tutorials in your life.
> Go on, show me a good video tutorial.  One that is quick to consume,
> and one I can come back to at any time I please (within reasonable
> bounds).  I can just open a text-based tutorial and use my browser’s
> search capabilities (or a Table of Contents or an index in an analog
> book) to find the precise bit of knowledge I need.  You can’t easily
> do that with video tutorials.
> Also, video tutorials for code (as well as analog books) lack a very
> important feature: copy-paste.  Nobody likes retyping large passages
> of code.  Especially because it’s error-prone.

Chris, you are trying to convince the OP that videos are a bad way to 
learn, after the OP has told you that it is his part of his preferred 
way to learn.  Seriously? Do you really think you know what is best for 
everyone?  Different people learn in different ways, and there could be 
a large generational component at work here.

It's clear that you prefer text content to video content.  I do too. 
Lots of people do.  But videos are popular also.

Can't we just stick to trying to help people with Python, and let them 
make other decisions for themselves?

Ned Batchelder, http://nedbatchelder.com

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