Illustrated Guide to Python 3 2nd Edition Book Pdf Description:
PYTHON IS BOOMING! IT IS THE TOP LANGUAGE BEING TAUGHT IN UNIVERSITIES. Python developers are among the highest paid. With the boom in data science, Python is quickly becoming one of the most desired skills for analytics. Operations are also adopting Python to manage their backend systems. They are discovering what web developers using Python have known for a long time; namely, that Python will make you productive. Python has crossed the tipping point. No longer are only small, agile startups relying on it. Looking to take advantage of its power and efficiency, enterprises have also converged on Python. Over the past year, I’ve taught Python to hundreds of seasoned developers with years of experience at large companies, who are moving to Python.
THIS BOOK WILL FOCUS ON PYTHON 3. PYTHON 2 HAS SERVED US WELL OVER THE years. The Python Software Foundation, which manages releases of the language, has stated that Python 2 is coming to an end. As such, after 2020 they will no longer support the language. Python 3, has been out for a bit now and is somewhat backward incompatible with the 2 series. For green field development, you should move forward with Python 3. If you have legacy systems on Python 2, do not fret. In fact, most of the content in this book is perfectly applicable to Python 2. If you want to focus on Python 2, check out the prior version of this book. Python enables increased productivity. I came to Python as a Perl programmer. At work, I was assigned to a team with a co-worker who was well versed in Tcl. Neither of us wanted to jump ship though both of us were interested in learning Python. In 3 days our prototype was completed, much faster than we expected, and we both promptly forgot our previous “goto” language. What appealed to me about Python was that it fit my brain. I firmly believe if you have some experience in programming, you can learn the basics of Python in a few days. Python is easy to learn. For beginning programmers, Python is a great stepping stone. Learning to write simple programs is pretty easy, yet Python also scales up to complex “enterprise” systems. Python also scales with age I have personally seen people from 7-80+ learn basic programming skills using Python.
Book Name: Illustrated Guide to Python 3 2nd Edition: A Complete Walkthrough of Beginning Python with Unique Illustrations Showing how Python Really Works
Author: Matt Harrison
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages: 256 Pages
File size: 4 MB
File format: PDF
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