[Texas] No Starch Press prize books for PyTexas
jeremy at 33ad.org
Wed Aug 10 19:49:50 CEST 2011
used in parallel with almost all web related projects.
The Blender books are also pretty interesting to the Python community.
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
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