how to become a really good Python programmer?

Grant Edwards grante at
Wed Jun 16 09:58:44 EDT 2004

On 2004-06-16, Miki Tebeka <miki.tebeka at> wrote:

> Apart from other recommendations you'll get I suggest you
> learn other programming languages. This will enable you to
> view problems in a different light.
> I recommend at least one lisp dialect (scheme is perfect for
> learning) and one prolog dialects. Both have free interpreters
> available (I recommend mzscheme and SWI prolog).

Have a look at Smalltalk as well if you've got the time. It's
close enough to Python to be comfortable, but different enough
to provide some insights.

Grant Edwards                   grante             Yow!  Now KEN and BARBIE
                                  at               are PERMANENTLY ADDICTED to
                                 MIND-ALTERING DRUGS...

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