[Core Python Applications Programming] [Core Python Applications Programming]
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  • Core Python Programming companion helps readers become versatile developers via a variety of topics
  • Written in the same relaxed style as earlier Core Python titles makes for easy reading
  • Code snippets to full apps in both Python 2 & 3 (or be compatible with both) + migration tips
  • Powerful insights into current and best practices for the intermediate Python programmer
  • A variety of exercises at the end of every chapter to help hammer the concepts home
  • Core Python Programming 2nd ed.
    For existing programmers desring to learn Python as quickly and as in-depth as possible.
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    DVD+workbook for programmers who prefer to learn via video lectures before coding.
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    For developers who want to learn this web framework.
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    Original edition from 2000 and still relevant for those who must work in a 1.5 environment.
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