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Well, OK book; however somewhat haphazard structure makes it confusing. Gain insight into modern Python programming paradigms including testing, documentation, packaging, and distribution.
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Believe it or not, with all the great content in this book, the best is yet to come. This was a great introduction on Python programming, I did a quick reading over a week in for my projects in University, and I was able to get really a good quality code project going on.
Ten different projects illustrate the concepts introduced in the book. Open source changes too fast and what worked yesterday, today needs a lot of time fixing. TOP Related Posts.
Beginning Python: From Novice to Professional