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Recommended literature for Python learners

Your favourite book, web, blog or even subscribed magazines... What are your favourites?

7th Mar 2017, 2:30 AM
Martin Cupak
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Ok. I googled that very popular literature is "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python". Also today I joined site called codewars.com which is so awesome. You are given tasks to practice your knowledge, by difficulty and language you set as well as you can challenge other people like challenges on sololearn. I am so asdicted to it right now. Either www.codewars.com or www.codewars.com/r/Ab0fJQ will automatically make you my ally ☺
7th Mar 2017, 8:18 PM
Martin Cupak
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Other than solo learn of course- try "How to think like a computer scientist" on the runestone interactive website - and python-course.eu. Swaroop's book - Byte of python also good for basics.
7th Mar 2017, 5:00 PM
Alan Beveridge
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Not really literature, but it's great anyway: PyCon conferences, especially by Raymond Hettinger and David Beazley are (nearly) always brilliant. You can go watch them, they're on YouTube
10th Mar 2017, 9:14 PM
Amaras A
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