Python 101 (Michael Driscoll)
Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Learn how to program with Python from beginning to end with Michael Driscoll's book for beginners and intermediate programmers. After Python basics, he covers a subset of the Python standard library. There's a series of tutorials and the final part of the book is on 3rd party modules and also covers creating a module and its packaging and distribution.

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Author: Michael Driscoll
Publisher: Michael Driscoll
Date: May 6, 2014
Pages: 238
ISBN: 978-0996062817

 

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