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Return to Book Page. I’m convinced that this book will show you everything needed to master Python. Feb 08, Quang rated it it was amazing.
The author is obviously very experienced and knowledgable. Python for Graph and Network Analysis.
You submitted the following rating and review. To ask other readers questions about Introducing Pythonplease sign up. 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. You can see that this is most of core Python in a single chapter. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Preview — Introducing Python by Bill Lubanovic. 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. This book has promised to give introduicng broad look on the Python’s ecosystem, it actually delivers on what it promises.
Introducing Python: Modern Computing in Simple Packages by Bill Lubanovic
It starts off slowly and with lots of reassurance. Nov 16, Matthew rated it really liked it. Lesley rated it it was amazing Feb 04, The chapter finishes with a look at testing, debugging, source control and other ways of running you Python code. It makes use of everyday analogs of programming – recipes, knitting patterns and so on.
Python High Performance – Second Edition. Feb 03, Ben Hughes rated it really liked it. I really have no idea why the topics are laid out in the order they are.
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. MicroPython for the Internet of Things.
I would recommend this book to whoever want to begin in Python. Mostly this is about using Python with other non-Python web servers and the frameworks that are available to do so. Then on to pjthon and classes, inheritance, overriding and so on. Aug 23, Karla Winick-Ford rated it did not like it.
This goes back to the way just about every other book deals with programming knowledge. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: But this lubanovix is so shallow that I can’t recommend this book fo This is actually the first book about Python I’ve read even though I’ve used it extensively throughout the years.
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Introducing Python: Modern Computing in Simple Packages
Open Preview See a Problem? But this look is so shallow that I can’t recommend this book for those who’s willing to get a deep dive into Python on a weekend. Peter Bates rated it it was amazing Jan 05, No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! My perception that this book proves is that Pythonistas are usually not programmers by trade, they’d come to programming either due to a lucky coincidence or by taking a wrong turn on the road of career hopping.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Julian rated it liked it Jul 17, This lubanovkc actually the first book about Python I’ve read even though I’ve used it extensively throughout the years.
See if you have enough points for this item. This is where it is make or break time for the beginning programmer. May 25, Carsten rated it really liked it. But, in the end, it never let me down and I found the teaching style and explanations to be top notch.
Paul rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Jul 19, Michael Koltsov rated it liked it. This book also shows you how to use Python for applications in business, science, and the arts, using various Python tools and open source packages.
It is not suitable for someone who doesn’t know how to program. Introduction to Machine Learning with Python.