[python-win32] [Tutor] Good Book

Mark Curphey mark at curphey.com
Tue Jul 26 02:34:29 CEST 2011

I strongly recommend Thinking in Python - http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkpython/thinkpython.html

I recently wrote a blog about my experiences learning - http://www.curphey.com/2011/07/learn-core-python-in-a-week-my-way/

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On Jul 25, 2011, at 5:27 PM, Bill Allen <wallenpb at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Dear All Pythonist,
>> I'm strarting learn python programming and I have been found many resources on it but I have a problem. I don't know, what is the best complete book for new learner like me.
>> I need your recommendation, thanks before . . .
> Ryan,
> Here some more good free book resources for Python programming,  by the same author.  The website provides both HTML and PDF versions.
> Book 1:  Intended for beginners and non-programmers (I think it is good, even for programmers even if some material might be a little bit elementary.  Certainly good if one has not programmed in a while, for review.):
> http://homepage.mac.com/s_lott/books/nonprogrammer.html#book-nonprogrammer
> Book 2:  Intended for more experienced programmers:
> http://homepage.mac.com/s_lott/books/python.html#book-python
> Book 3:  Specifically focuses on OOP design, two editions of this book for Python and Java:
> http://homepage.mac.com/s_lott/books/oodesign.html#book-oodesign
> --Bill Allen
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