Programming with Python
jasonic at nomadicsltd.com
Mon Dec 4 13:09:21 EST 2000
Yes. I may be wrong, but Prima_Tech seem to publish particularly useless
Their main contribution seems to be splatter a cheesy rendering of that damn
bathtubtoypenguin everywhere, including giant as a page background = yikes!
They seem to think this will sell books.. what a tragedy-travesty :-(
The general series page design and layout is confusing, and poorly
conceived - a Prime example of 'fluff' or 'value-subtracted' publishing.
Content and editorial also appear to be inexperienced and rushed to market.
I feel sorry for any auhtor sucked into a contract with them and it is a
shaem there is even a Python title in that series at all.
caveat emptor [buyer beware]
Jason CUNLIFFE = NOMADICS['Interactive Art and Technology']
Don Tuttle <tuttledon at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:9iOW5.55847$L26.16633720 at typhoon.southeast.rr.com...
> "Simon B." <sbrunning at bigfoot.com> wrote in message
> news:90fq39$jgq$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...
> > I came across a Python book this weekend that I haven't heard of
> > before - Programming with Python, by Tim Altom
> > (see <http://www.prima-tech.com/book.asp?id=3942>). Anyone have this?
> > Any good?
> IMO, this is the only bad Python book on the market. Don't waste your
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