The Quick Python Book 3rd Ed (Manning)
Thursday, 05 July 2018

This is the third edition of a book introducing the elegant Python programming language and its easy-to-read syntax. Author Naomi Ceder has written the book for programmers new to Python. This latest edition includes new exercises throughout. It covers features common to other languages concisely, while introducing Python's comprehensive standard functions library and unique features in detail.

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Author: Naomi Ceder
Publisher: Manning
Date: June 2018
Pages: 472
ISBN: 978-1617294037
Print: 1617294039
e-book: Free with print title
Audience: Programmers wanting to learn Python
Level: Intermediate
Category: Python

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  • Clear coverage of Python 3
  • Core libraries, packages, and tools
  • In-depth exercises
  • Five new data science-related chapters

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