Mon, 6 Nov 2000 11:02:01 -0500
Ok, I think Daniel is a bit more experienced than I am. I read the tutorial after I already knew Eiffel, C++, Java, and C (and was in my second year of Software Engineering here at RIT).
I liked the tutorial, but maybe I was familiar enough with programming to understand it.
On Mon, 06 Nov 2000 00:58:00 Daniel Yoo wrote:
| On Mon, 6 Nov 2000, D-Man wrote:
| > The tutorial on python.org is a great place to start. If you have any
| > specific questions you'll get lots of help here.
| > Welcome to Python.
| > -D
| > On Sun, 05 Nov 2000 18:36:13 Shawn K Parrish wrote:
| > | Hello all,
| > |
| > | Newbie here. I've got zero experience. Can anyone point me
| > | towards some excellent resources to get started?
| Dear Shawn,
| Time to start sowing internal discord... *grin* I don't recommend the
| official tutorial at:
| At least, not until you're more familiar with programming. It's ok to
| take a brief glance at it, but it's the "deep end of the pool".
| On the other hand, I think you're better off with the Introductions
| section of python.org here:
| You can get a lot out of the "Introductions to Python programming for
| non-programmers" section on that page.
| Good luck!