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Doug Hellmann is a senior developer with Racemi, Inc., and communications director of the Python Software Foundation. He has programmed with Python since version 1.4, and has worked on multiple platforms in mapping, medical publishing, banking, and data center automation. Hellmann was previously columnist and editor-in-chief for Python Magazine and, since 2007, has blogged the popular Python Module of the Week series at doughellmann.com.
Perfect reference book for Python! Great for when you need to quickly reference something that's slipped your mind. Examples in the book are really well done.Published 1 month ago by David
This book is on one hand a reference, and on the other provides examples for each library module. Some of the examples are painfully artificial/contrived but that's always... Read morePublished 12 months ago by V. B. Rao
The book provided examples for some of the numerous Python modules. It provided information and examples for modules not included in the other Python reference books in my library. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Fred
Haven't gotten around to actually reading it yet, but it looks good and makes a great paperweight... It arrived promptly and without damage.Published 21 months ago by Courtney E. Christensen
The reason for the low rating is not so much the book (it's reasonably well written, it covers A LOT of ground, it is accurate, as far as I can tell) but more the concept: despite... Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by M. Massenzio
After buying about a dozen books on Python, this is by far the best book I've layed eyes on. It's a toolbox full of useful code that you can start to use right now. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by Robert K.