[Tutor] What are your favourite unofficial resources
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Mon Jun 30 14:52:21 CEST 2014
Learning Python Design Patterns, by Gennadiy Zlobin
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On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 7:05 AM, Bob Williams
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> On 29/06/14 23:41, Alan Gauld wrote:
>> I'm looking for tips for an appendix to a book that I'm working
>> What are the best unofficial (ie not python.org) resources for
>> people who have learned the basics but are not experts yet? ie
>> Typical tutor list "graduates"...
>> I'm thinking about web sites, blogs, books, videos etc. Anything
>> that might be worth knowing about.
>> I've got a few of my own - Activestate, O'Reilly, ByteOfPython,
>> PythonChallenge, ShowMeDo etc.
>> But I thought the tutor list readers might be an interesting source
>> of alternatives that I hadn't thought of, or even heard of.
>> All contributions considered :-)
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