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Chapter 10 goes into interacting with the operating system and Chapter 11 covers two not really related topics – concurrency and networking.
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Introducing Python: Modern Computing in Simple Packages by Bill Lubanovic
Overall a pretty good book. Easy to luganovic and fun to read, Introducing Python is ideal for beginning programmers as well as those new to the language.
Aug 23, Karla Winick-Ford rated it did not like it. Cracking Codes with Python. Next we have larger structures – modules, packages and programs.
Author Bill Lubanovic takes you from the basics to more involved and varied topics, mixing tutorials with cookbook-style code recipes to explain concepts in Python 3. So with that said I found gaps in the index which normally wouldn’t bother me as much as they did with this.
Great book for introduction to Python programming language. The title should be at least 4 characters long. It starts off slowly and with lots of reassurance. The only caveat is that the book is a little dated and some of the examples do not work anymore and require a little debugging. The book is well organized for someone who already knows how to program, and it covers a lot breadth of not only the Python language, but a lot of the libraries that make Python so useful.
The technical details it gives look like author’s waving the hands in the air with no actual proof that I’m used to in Scala and Java books.
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It touched on several language features that I don’t use that often, and it helped me track down a couple of useful modules that I want to learn more about.
Andrew Kostandy rated it really liked it Dec 04, This probably serves as introducinb approachable introduction after which reading the official Python documentation is useful. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. To really understand what this book is about and what it offers it is important that you read to the end of this review and you also need to know that it is about Python 3 – which is a good thing.
Python programmers with data to analyze Rating: This book focuses on the current version of Python, 3.
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And yet as soon as Chapter 2 the level has ramped up so that any reader without a good idea what programming is all about would find it hard to keep up. Python 2 and 3 Compatibility. Python Data Structures and Algorithms.
It manages to introduce Python lubanovlc any programming language in the way it should be done. Sep 01, John Paul rated it really liked it.
The Python Quick Syntax Reference. Refresh and try again. You can see that this is most of core Python in a single chapter. Python in a Nutshell. Lubamovic rated it really liked it Dec 19, The review must be at least 50 characters long.
The chapter finishes with a look at testing, debugging, source control and other ways of running you Python code. May 25, Oython rated it really liked it. This book is perfect for me on start learning Python. Introduction to Python for Engineers and Scientists.
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People wanting to learn to introducingg in C Rating: Nov 16, Matthew rated it really liked it. Developed to be easy to read and maintain, it has proven a boon to anyone who wants applications that are quick to write but robust and able to remain in production for the long haul. Preview — Introducing Python by Bill Lubanovic. Lists with This Book. The author is obviously very experienced and knowledgable. It’s clear and pyghon the point It covers basics data, flow, object introdkcing detail and intro on some advanced topics Web, concurency, debugging.
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