[BangPypers] My book on Python for newbies
venkatasubramanian at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 15:45:41 CEST 2008
On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 5:48 PM, gnuyoga <gnuyoga at gmail.com> wrote:
> venkata subramanian wrote:
> > Moreover, a documentation does not equate to a book.
> > They serve different purposes, have different presentations.
> > I liked Kushal's presentation a lot ( his writing can be improved).
> > Python Books - the more the merrier.
> > Regards,'
> > Venkat
> this is interesting. what is that people are looking while learning a
> language ??
> I would love to have the following
> - Quick Started Guide
> - Hands On (lots of use cases and examples)
> - Advanced Language use cases
> - Tricks & Techniques - proven ways of solving commons problems
Does a Cookbook equate to this? I find cookbooks to be very useful.
Also, I would like to know the gotchas and the design warts of the language.
> - API Documentation
> Each soul is potentially divine. The goal is to manifest the divine by controlling nature, internal or external. Do this by work or worship or psychic control or philosophy by one or more, or all of these and be free.
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