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 book is designed for someone who has knowledge in some type of computer programming. Not a great book for a person without any previous computer programming.Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great introduction to Python 3, I already knew programming, so just wanted to learn Python, and this book was a very quick read.Published 1 month ago by Bhaskar K.
This "updated" version was published in 2013, but it still mentions floppy drives (as opposed to USB drives for instance). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Groundhog Day
Aside from teaching me the power of Python this book also served me as a good pocket guide for the language syntax. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stanislav Akhatov
Yeah, this is an odd book, unlike others that I have read. Although I wasn't too happy to see that it was attempting to survey both beginner and advanced topics in one book (that... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brent Frakes
The book requires a lot for first-time python users. I can see that if I return to it after I have a few python apps under my belt, I'll see a more expanding book.Published 8 months ago by Dean666
I think this is a great book with one caveat- it is for 3.x. I found that my industry likes to use 2.x
Other than this, I think it is well written and an easy read. Read more
I believe the best way to master a subject is to get exposed to different approaches and explanations on a subject. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Visionary800
This book has boosted by programming performance significantly.
I feel a lift from 'beginner' to 'medium experienced'.
Absolutely recommendable !