[pydotorg-www] Python for number theory tutorials

Martin Weissman weissman at ucsc.edu
Sat Sep 9 14:21:44 EDT 2017

Dear Python Wiki administrators,

I'm a mathematician at UC Santa Cruz, and I've just written a series of
Python tutorials oriented towards beginners who are pursuing number
theory.  These are free, under a GPLv3 license.  While they are associated
with my recent book, "An Illustrated Theory of Numbers", the book is not
necessary for the tutorials, and I hope they are a good resource for the
Python community.

I understand that you are not allowing public edits of the Wiki, but I
would like to place a link beneath the "Scientific Audiences" section of
https://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammers to my
programming tutorials.  These are available at
http://illustratedtheoryofnumbers.com/prog.html or directly on GitHub at
https://github.com/MartyWeissman/Python-for-number-theory.  Please let me
know if such links are appropriate, and provide editing access or add them
directly if possible.


Marty Weissman
Associate Professor of Mathematics
University of California, Santa Cruz
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