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I think.. it's still better to get a book.. and come back here to have a sort of review..😀

6/19/2017 3:23:01 PM

Mr. Yoh So

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Use @ and the name of user to ask specific user. Me? No. I learn python to better serve customer that is starting to use python to test embeded system superseding labVIEW environment. I have minimal experience of coding, started to learn basic Linux bc the embeded systems run Linux as os. Steep learning curve 😉

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thanks

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Another approach, perhaps not the cheapest one, would be to purchase courses through https://www.coursera.org/ Each course contains a lot of written material, references, quizzes, as well as videos.

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thanks

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my God, the site says $20k tuition for a Master's Degree, most affordable.. haha.. I 👍 it do, it's just that I don't have that kind of money... maybe someday.😀

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do you use phyton to develop android app?

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thanks for the @.👍😸.. I have read that android runs on Linux.. thanks for the heads up.. 👍

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Personally, I'd rather prefer to watch videos than reading books. It's definitely more efficient.

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But it's difficult to look up subjects after. Videos are non searchable ..

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There are a few good free pdf books, like from authors Mark Lutz and a mr Summerfield. For me they seem exelent but it give no diploma ofc .

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@yoh so. I've heard that Android is based on Linux os. I'm not sure if it is the case. I've also heard that Google is making a new os. Have fun :D