[Baypiggies] Book Suggestions?
brent.tubbs at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 01:22:40 CEST 2009
If I were in your shoes I'd get the Python Cookbook. Since thumbing
through it in the library a couple weeks ago I've been strongly
tempted to go buy my own. The parts I looked at really took me beyond
noob level to understand a better way of doing things.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 3:33 PM, Daryl Spitzer<daryl.spitzer at gmail.com> wrote:
> I recommend "Python Web Development with Django". Django may continue
> to change, but I don't think the book is out-of-date; not only because
> it covers Django 1.0 but also because after giving you a solid
> introduction in Django (and dynamic web sites in general), it explains
> how to create several example applications.
> See my detailed review at
> On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 2:57 PM, wesley chun<wescpy at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I have a $50 gift certificate to amazon burning a hole in my pocket.
>>> I'd like to pick up either a newb/intermediate Django book or an
>>> intermediate/advanced general Python book.
>>> Any suggestions?
>> *totally unbiased* but check out all 3 books below... they fit your
>> criteria perfectly.... ;-)
>> -- wesley
>> ps. reviews for all here: http://www.amazon.com/s?field-keywords=chun+python
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>> "Core Python Programming", Prentice Hall, (c)2007,2001
>> "Python Fundamentals", Prentice Hall, (c)2009
>> "Python Web Development with Django", Addison Wesley, (c) 2009
>> wesley.j.chun :: wescpy-at-gmail.com
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>> cyberweb.consulting : silicon valley, ca
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