Beginning with Python; the right choice?
charles at declareSub.com
Sat Jun 27 18:46:23 CEST 2009
On Jun 26, 2009, at 10:22 PM, sato.photo at gmail.com wrote:
> As you can imagine, I am new, both to this group and to Python. I
> have read various posts on the best book to buy or online tutorial to
> read and have started to go through them. I was wondering, as someone
> with virtually no programming experience (I am a photographer by
> trade), is Python the right language for me to try and learn?
> I do vaguely remember learning what I think was BASIC on some old
> Apple's back in elementary school (circa 1992). Would something like
> that (the name at least makes it SOUND easier) be more feasible?
> If I do choose to learn Python, are there any tutorials for the
> absolute beginner. I do not mean beginner to Python, but rather,
> beginner to programming. Someone who hasn't a clue what object
> oriented whatcha-ma-whoozit means. I ask again because I understand
> that content is always evolving and there might be new tutorials out
As an alternative to Python, I'd suggest REALbasic. Its main
disadvantage is that it is not free. But you get a language, editor,
and two application frameworks in one package.
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