Python 3 Object Oriented Programming

Python 3 Object Oriented Programming had been reviewed already by a number of people in the python community and I’m lucky to have been given the occasion to read it as well. As most of the other reviewers I say that the book is pleasant, it’s easy to follow and crystal clear. It gives a good overview of everything you have to expect from python. The book is composed of 12 chapters The first 5 introduce the reader to basic concepts related to object oriented programming like Objects and Classes, Exceptions and Inheritance: Object-oriented Design, Objects in Python, When Objects are Alike, Expecting the Unexpected, When to Use Object-oriented Programming The next 2 delve into more python specific features and […]

Android Motorola phones policy

As a previous HTC Dream owner I have been quite sad with my Motorola Backflip in the past few months. I couldn’t upgrade it to unofficial roms, I couldn’t run root software, my bootloader was constrained to run only specific signed roms probably by using IBM eFuse and last but not least Motorola announced that it didn’t have any intention to provide an upgrade to Android 2.X for the Backflip in Europe. It’s 2010 and I am confined to a device running an Android version older than the version that my 2 years old HTC Dream did run. As I really liked the policy from Samsung to release their complete OS sources for their android phones and I really liked […]