Programming

Here are my references to the program languages that I learn at the moment: 
Python and SKILL (Cadence Lisp dialect)

Python
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VIM - how to work with vim
https://github.com/mbrochh/vim-as-a-python-ide
Python TDD (test driven development) part1
Python TDD (test driven development) part2
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SKILL
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Still nothing.
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Leo is...
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  • A premier Integrated Development Environment, fully scriptable using Python.
  • An outline-oriented, flexible filing cabinet holding any kind of data: including programs, web sites, text documents of all kinds, music, graphics and movies.
  • The premier platform for creating, generating, studying, scripting, testing, and validating computer programs, web sites and any other complex data.
  • A rendering engine for reStructuredText, web pages and svg graphics.
  • A music and movie player.
  • A sophisticated PyQt app running on Windows and Linux.
  • 100% pure Python, running on Python 2.6 and above, including Python 3.x.
  • Open Software, distributed under the MIT License.
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http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo
http://www.greygreen.org/leo/#a10
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgJ89ekGj-s&feature=plcp
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