Murach's Python Programming 2nd Ed (Murach)
Monday, 17 May 2021

This book is aimed at people who want to learn how to program but don't know where to start. Joel Murach takes a self-paced approach designed to help build competence and confidence in the reader's programming skills. The book begins with an 8-chapter course that will get anyone off to a great start with Python, and also looks at object-oriented programming, and how to build database and GUI programs for the real world.



Author: Joel Murach
Publisher: Mike Murach & Associates
Date: May 2021
Pages: 564
ISBN: 978-1943872749
Print: 1943872740
Audience: People wanting to learn Python
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Python


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