[Tutor] New person greets you all!
tiagotmc at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 19:41:10 CET 2011
I am not a computer major, either. I am a Linguistics doctorate Student. I
worked with the basics of programming (C, prolog...). And now using Python
for Natural Language Processing. My interests are probably very different
from yours, but I got intimate by Wesley Chun's Core Python Programming.
On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 3:18 PM, Knacktus <knacktus at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Am 11.03.2011 17:12, schrieb Yaşar Arabacı:
>> First of all, I want to greet you all since this is the first time I
>> will be using this mail groups.
>> I consider myself being familiar with programming logic, structures in
>> general. I do/did lots of PHP programming. I know python and PHP is
>> pretty much different things, I am saying this just to show yourself my
>> level of understanding on programming. I am not computer major or
>> anything, but I am highly interested in.
>> Today, I decided to make a chat application using python. I have chosen
>> python because I know its powerfull and easy to use. The first step for
>> me to go should be, clearly, begin learning how to use it :)
>> My question is, where would you recommend for me to read tutorials, see
>> example etc. What is the best approach would be?
> The official Python tutorial is a good start. You get familiar with the
> Python documentation as well.
> (Find the link to the tutorial on this page.)
> A classic and famous tutorial is here:
> If you have any questions about this, you're lucky to be on this list,
> because the author of this ressource is very active here. (One of or the
> founder of the list?)
> Another classic is "Dive into Python". You can find it easily with google.
> There're two versions, Python 2.x and 3.x. By the way, I would recommend
> starting with Python 3.2. Some 3rd party libs and web frameworks are not
> ported yet, but for your chat app you should be very happy with Python 3.2.
> Recently, a tutorial with a bit of a different style has been finished. I
> haven't done it and the style is not my cup of tea, but some people like it
> a lot. It's called "Learning Python the hard way". Google for the url...
> Now, welcome to the beach of programming!
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