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Python In A Day: Learn the basics, Learn it quick, Start coding fast

| June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
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python in a dayAre you fed up with reading long, boring, lengthy paragraphs after paragraphs of text and want to get up and running in Python as soon as possible?
Well, you’re not alone. I for one hate having to read through masses of text for very little benefit. Python In A Day strips away the non essentials and instead provides you with the fundamentals from which you can blossom as a Python programmer.

So, what can I expect from the book?

Learn the Basics
Python In A Day provides you with the fundamental building blocks to get you up and running in Python in no time.

Learn it Quick
Written for simplicity so that you can learn Python quickly and efficiently.

Start Coding Fast
You start coding as soon as Python is installed on your computer.

Anything else?
Yes! Lots more. For example, every single script in the book is available to view online or download, providing you with all the code you need at your finger tips!

Learning to code does not need to be difficult or complicated. This book will supercharge your Python learning experience.

This book is fine for an easy read on your Kindle to introduce you to basic python syntax and expressions, but it gives very little detail in examples and only very basic syntax. I can see it being useful either for a complete newbie to programming who just wants to get their hands a little wet or someone who needs to look at (but not create) code. You could probably do just as well from any number of webpages, however, particularly since the book is digital only. In fact, what it most resembles is a basic online tutorial; each chapter could be contained in a small number of html pages and would work better than this, since the code could be more easily copied or linked.

s a total novice to programming I thought this to be a gentle and friendly beginning I even had a few”Aha moments” as a concept became clear well worth buying I have the Kindle version on my iPad Would (and just did recommend)Should be required reading for all new hires at the Ministry of Silly Walks -yes that”Python.”

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My name is John Link.I am 26 years old. My major is Computer science and technology. I am a junior programmer with Python.

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