Need reviews for my book on introductory python
tdldev at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 07:32:17 EST 2017
You would like us to volunteer to "review" your book that you'd like us
to buy from you and that has already been published and used as a
curriculum guide... If you'd like it reviewed by the Py community, how
about making it available to us and allow us to edit it or suggest
changes as needed? This, of course, would be for no-charge as we are
using our time and resources to review your publication at no cost to
On 1/25/2017 9:25 PM, Sandeep Nagar wrote:
> A few month ago I wrote a book on introductory python based on my experinces while teaching python to Bachelor students of engineering. It is now available in e-book and paperback format at Amazon.
> The book is written for beginners of python programming language and written in learn-by-doing manner. If some group members can review the same, it will be useful for myself to come up with an improved version.
> Other similar books of mine are based on Octave and Scilab with following links:
> https://www.amazon.com/dp/152015111X (Scilab)
> https://www.amazon.com/dp/1520158106 (Octave)
> If you are interested in open source computing, please have a look.
> Also please do share the link for print books with your colleagues at other universities and recommend them for libraries and researchers, if you feel that they can be helpful to them.
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