Python All-in-One, 3rd Ed (For Dummies)
Wednesday, 10 April 2024

This is one of the For Dummies book collections, made up of seven individual bundled books. The book can be used as a starting point for those new to coding, as well as a reference for experienced coders looking for more than the basics. John C. Shovic looks at how to apply Python skills to data analysis, learn to write AI-assisted code using GitHub CoPilot, and discover other uses for Python.

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Author: John C. Shovic
Publisher: For Dummies
Date: April 2024
Pages: 704
ISBN: 978-1394236152
Print: 1394236158
Kindle: B0CW1C834N
Audience: Python developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Python

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