Books for programmers

vasudevram vasudevram at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 22:47:00 CEST 2008


On Jun 5, 3:09 am, goldw... at slu.edu (Michael H. Goldwasser) wrote:
> Dick Moores <r... at rcblue.com> writes:
> > Do not neglect the 2008 book, "Object-Oriented Programming in Python",
> > by Goldwasser and Letscher.
> > <http://www.prenhall.com/goldwasser/>
> > <http://www.bestbookdeal.com/book/compare/0136150314/>
>
> > Dick Moores
>
> I'll note that our book is designed as a "CS1" text, and thus intended
> primarly for beginners.  So its probably not a match for the original
> poster who wants a more advanced Python book.  That said, I think its
> a great book for those with less experience.
>
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>        | Dept. Mathematics and Computer Science
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Yes, "Python in a Nutshell" (also by Alex Martelli) and "Programming
Python" (by Mark Lutz) are also quite good, as others have said above.

- Vasudev Ram
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