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Section 11/23/21: optimization

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From  Madeleine Udell 10 plays

Section 9/14/21: Github, Jupyter, and Colab

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From  Madeleine Udell 44 plays

Tuesday Tech Tips/FLIT Edition ft. Bomgar and general e-etiquette

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From  Cate Sirek 0 plays

Lesson 29.5 Timed Animation

Our primary application of coroutines in the final assignment is timed animations. In this video we talk about what these are and how to design them with the GameApp class.

From  Hannah Lee 51 plays

Lesson 28.9 Dictionary Comprehension (OPTIONAL)

This video is not optional because the material is advanced. It is optional because this video series has run long and this topic is less important for you to know. While we have not talked about…

From  Hannah Lee 22 plays

Lesson 27.6 Application State

Even though you only need to implement three methods in GameApp subclass, this methods will eventually get very long. In this video we introduce the concept of application state, and talk about how…

From  Hannah Lee 60 plays

Lesson 27.4 Application Input

The big difference between a game and a movie is the ability to respond to player input, be it from a mouse or a keyboard. In this video we show how to us the tools provided by the GameApp class to…

From  Hannah Lee 56 plays

Lesson 19.7 Mutable Table Functions

Dictionaries are mutables and support mutable functions. But this is a case where dictionaries are slightly different from lists. We are allowed to loop over a dictionary as we modify it, so long as…

From  Hannah Lee 50 plays

Lesson 19.6 Immutable Dictionary Functions

Since we can loop over dictionaries, that means we probably want to use them in functions with accumulators. In this video we show how to do this and why they are not that much different from lists.

From  Hannah Lee 51 plays

Lesson 19.5 Dictionaries and For-Loops

Dictionaries are not sliceable, but they are iterable. In this video we show the many different ways you can use a dictionary in a for-loop. The primary thing to understand is that you have to…

From  Hannah Lee 68 plays

Lesson 19.4 Nested Dictionaries

In this video we show that we can nest dictionaries just like we nested lists. In fact, a lot of real world data is represented this way. We show off a particularly complicated JSON file that…

From  Hannah Lee 54 plays

Lesson 19.3 Dictionary Visualization

Since dictionaries are mutable, we must represent them with folders. In this video we show what these folders must look like. In doing so, we see that they look suspiciously similar to other folders…

From  Hannah Lee 59 plays

Lesson 19.2 Dictionary Assignment

Dictionaries are mutable. In this video we show how to alter there contents. This includes reassigning the value of a dictionary for a given key. But it also includes adding and deleting keys.

From  Hannah Lee 57 plays

Lesson 19.1 Dictionary Expressions

In this video, we introduce a dictionary as a collection of key-value pairs. We also show how to write a dictionary expression in Python. It looks just like a JSON string, but without the quotes.

From  Hannah Lee 65 plays

CAM Colloquium - Noah Stephens-Davidowitz (10/9/20)

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From  Erika Fowler-Decatur 6 plays

Session 2: Bargaining Power

2018-01-30 00:00:00+00

From  Donald Bazley 633 plays