[Tutor] What books do you recommend?

Che M pine508 at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 11 20:37:35 CET 2009

> I won't continue to divert this thread from good books, but I will continue to look 
> for more and more tutorials and will post it  The more the more merrier...

> Becky 

Just on that topic of tutorials, have you seen www.ShowMeDo.com?  
They have right now 516 screencast tutorials related (directly or indirectly)
to Python.  This way you can watch a video and usually hear a person
describing what they are doing and why.  Oftentimes, videos are organized 
into a series on a particular topic, like GUI programming, databases, etc.
It's a different way to learn, and I find it a great service to the Python
(and other programming or computer use) community.

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