[Texas] No Starch Press prize books for PyTexas
bradallen137 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 19:43:59 CEST 2011
Travis, some of the responses were sent back to the list without
cc'ing you. I'll forward you the full thread.
The books don't have to be Python-oriented; they only need to be of
interest to people in the Python community. That could include good
books on general concepts such as software design, architecture,
methodologies. Books on specific tools tend to be less interesting (to
me) because many of them get out of date rapidly.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 12:33 PM, No Starch Press <media at nostarch.com> wrote:
> Yeah, "Gray Hat Python" is our only strictly Python book. We're working on
> some others, but they won't be out until next year. And unfortunately, "The
> Art of R Programming" is not yet available either.
> Would attendees be interested in other programming books, covering languages
> on those. We also have some great new security books on Metasploit, IDA Pro,
> and packet analysis.
> Let me know what you'd like to do.
> On 8/9/2011 7:43 PM, Robert Love wrote:
>> On their web page, searching for "python" I don't see too many books. The
>> Grey Hat Python seems the only pure play. Are their others I'm missing?
>> I'd vote for "Art of R Programming" because it talks about linking R to
>> C++ and Python.
>> On Aug 9, 2011, at 5:55 PM, Brad Allen wrote:
>>> Good news! No Starch Press has agreed to provide 6 books as prizes for
>>> Does anyone want to pitch in some ideas about which books to include?
>>> Texas mailing list
>>> Texas at python.org
> Travis Peterson
> Product Manager
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