[Tutor] Learning books

Srinivas Iyyer srini_iyyer_bio at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 20 22:19:47 CET 2005

1. Learn to Program Using Python by Alan Gauld (Stage
2. Learning Python by Mark Lutz and David Ascher
(Stage 2)
3. If u are serious in learning python - my sincere
You can never find good teachers with lots of patience
and with real appetite to teach elesewhere. To name
some excellent teachers here on this list: Kent,
Danny, Alan (Alan gauld himself). There are many more
and I do not remember their names. I thank them a lot
every time I try to solve my problems. Without this
list my Ph.D. would not have been possible and I
learned many thing in just 5 months. So, these 3
sources are enough to help you carve a good python
programmer inside you. 
Good luck.

--- Richard <rich.424 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Afternoon all, My son asked me what books I would
> like for Christmas 
> this year. So what would you recommend?
> I am a beginner here.
> Thanks
> Richard
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