how to go on learning python

Xavier Heruacles xheruacles at gmail.com
Tue Nov 30 15:37:47 CET 2010


I'm basically a c/c++ programmer and recently come to python for some web
development. Using django and javascript I'm afraid I can develop some web
application now. But often I feel I'm not good at python. I don't know much
about generators, descriptors and decorators(although I can use some of it
to accomplish something, but I don't think I'm capable of knowing its
internals). I find my code ugly, and it seems near everything are already
gotten done by the libraries. When I want to do something, I just find some
libraries or modules and then just finish the work. So I'm a bit tired of
just doing this kind of high level scripting, only to find myself a bad
programmer. Then my question is after one coded some kind of basic app, how
one can keep on learning programming using python?
Do some more interesting projects? Read more general books about
programming? or...?
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