Monthly Archives: February 2016

Radio Shows As Podcasts: Part 3b – Scheduling the Python Code

This is the second part of the post on how I daemonised my Podcast XML auto generating Python programme. Part 3a can be found here. When writing the scan_for_podcasts.py file, I’d already written a check to see whether the current time (i.e. datetime.datetime.now()) … Continue reading

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Radio Shows As Podcasts: Part 3a – The init.d Script

This is the first part of the post on how I daemonised my Podcast XML auto generating Python programme. Part 3b can be found here. After some research, I found this blog post to contain most of the information I needed. I … Continue reading

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Radio Shows As Podcasts: Part 3 – Daemonisation

Note: this post was original published before I’d had a chance to write up Part 2, which discussed how I generated the XML for the podcast feed, hence the out of order numbering. It also got way bigger than I … Continue reading

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Python for Data Analysis: Quick Update & Fix

Been a little while since I’ve been able to update this blog, or do much Python programming. Finally had a chance to start working my way through the first proper chapter and rather quickly ran into a problem with using … Continue reading

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