[CALUG] Followup to tonight's presentation

jason maxwell decepticon at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 18:31:23 CDT 2005

for learning python, i liked mark pilgrim's "dive into python". he
frequently compares the way python does things to the way java, C,
etc. do them. a very good book. its available online in several
formats at diveintopython.org

On 10/12/05, Derek Rogillio <dereklist at rogillio.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2005 at 10:41:10PM -0400, Eric V. Smith wrote:
> > Tonight, someone asked me what Python book I liked.  My favorite book
> > when learning Python was "Python Essential Reference, Second Edition",
> > by David M. Beazley, New Riders, ISBN 0-7357-1091-0, published 2001.
> > It's dated now, I'm not sure if there's a newer version.  Although it
> > claims to be a reference, it does start with a short tutorial.  Coming
> > from a C++ background, I found it very helpful.
> Eric,
> I have that one as well, and really like it.  I've yet to find another book on Python that I like better.
> --
> Derek A. Rogillio
> dereklist (at) rogillio (dot) net
> _______________________________________________
> Columbia, Maryland Linux User's Group (CALUG) mailing list
> CALUG Website: http://www.calug.com
> Email postings to: lug at calug.com
> Change your list subscription options: http://calug.com/mailman/listinfo/lug

More information about the lug mailing list