[TriLUG] Books for learning Python
pmclanahan at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 15:19:37 EDT 2009
I bought and enjoyed "Core Python Programming" by Wesley Chun when we
started switching from mostly Perl to Python at $WORK. I have the 2nd
edition which covers through Python 2.5. I was looking for exactly the same
thing as you, a book with wich to learn Python targeted at experienced
programmers in other languages, and I'm very happy.
On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 2:29 PM, John Mitchell <john280z at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Gang !
> A couple of co-workers (and I) are looking for some Trilug
> recommendations on books to learn Python.
> We know how to program (mostly asm and C, a little C++) and We are using
> Tutorials at Python.org but do any of you have a "can't live without this
> book" you would like to recommend?
> john mitchell
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