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Naomi Ceder has been programming in various languages for over 20 years and has been a Linux system administrator since 2000. She started using Python for a variety of projects in 2001 and is an elected member of the Python Software Foundation. Naomi is the IT Director/Lead Developer for Zoro Tools, Inc of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, and is also an organizer of the Chicago Python Workshop and the CLC Linux Club. An advocate for open software and open content, Naomi gives talks to whoever will listen on Python and the benefits of teaching programming, particularly in schools.
This is a great text with good examples to get you going quickly. It is intended for someone who already knows how to program C/C++/Java. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stephen A. Byers
This is a good book to "jump-start" Python, for anyone who already has learned and used a language or two. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael D. Zorn
It is exactly what I wanted.
I wish the author could write the same style of book for C++.
Originally I rated this book a 5, now knocking down to a 3.
I agreed with the positive reviews at first. Read more
great book, mostly basic info but concise and easy to read.Published 11 months ago by David L. Hickman
I'm new to python (some perl background). before purchasing this book, i've tinkered with python 2.6/2.7 but never really studied/learned it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Da'Ron